Commissioner Cassano Inducted into Superman Hall of Heroes
Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano is inducted into the Superman Hall of Heroes.
Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano received a special honor on May 13, he was inducted into the Superman Hall of Heroes.
“For the FDNY to be included in this outstanding group is a privilege, and we’re very grateful for the honor,” Commissioner Cassano said during the ceremony in Times Square. “However, when you ask any FDNY member if he or she is a hero, they’ll tell you quite simply, they were just doing their job.”
Fire Commissioner Salvatore Cassano with the other inductees.
Those receiving the honor included Paralympian medalist, Alana Nichols; actor and activist Christopher Reeve, accepted by his son, Matthew Reeve; celebrity chef and philanthropic community supporter, David Burke; marathoners and activists Dick and Rick Hoyt (Team Hoyt); baseball player and activist, Jackie Robinson, accepted by the CEO of the Jackie Robinson Foundation, Della Britton Baeza; National Teacher of the Year, Jeff Charbonneau; founder of Tiny Super Heroes, Robyn Rosenberger; Medal of Honor recipient, Sal Giunta; and professional basketball player and community activist, Shaquille O'Neal.
“Each of these heroes makes a difference,” Brad Globe, President of Warner Brothers Consumer Products, said. “This will be a lasting tribute to the impact they made.”
Learn more at supermanhallofheroes.com.