(LANSING) -- State Representative Terry Brown (D-Pigeon) hosted four first responders - Elkton Police Chief Scott Jobes, his partner Adam Csanyi, Alex Jobes of the Huron County Sherriff Department, and Anthony Jobes of the Caseville Police Department - as his special guests at the state Capitol ceremony remembering the September 11th terrorist attacks. The event honored the memory of those who lost their lives in the attack and the first responders who stand ready to help their neighbors in any emergency.
"This is a day to remember the victims of a terrible tragedy, but it is also a day to celebrate the sacrifices of our brave first responders, then and now," Brown said. "These individuals represent so many that quietly go about their jobs or volunteer in efforts to protect and serve all of us and our communities depend on them."
Brown was particularly honored to host the three Jobes. Scott is the father to twins Alex and Anthony, who are recent graduates of the Delta College Police Academy. The young men both work for several law enforcement offices in a part-time capacity, and also serve as EMTs and volunteer firefighters in the Thumb area.
"The Jobes family is an inspiring example of service to the community across generations. I'm proud to honor these officers and their commitment to keeping our communities safe."
PICTURED: State Representative Terry Brown (D-Pigeon), center, stands in the rotunda of the state Capitol with his guests for a ceremony Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013, to honor the victims and first responders of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The officers, from left, are Alex Jobes of the Huron County Sheriff Department, Adam Csanyi and Scott Jobes of the Elkton Police Department, and Anthony Jobes of the Caseville Police Department.