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was born on April 25, 1913. A World War 11 veteran, He served in the
Air Force's 8th Engineering Outfit and was stationed in England from
1943-1945. On a professional level he was a roofer and sheet metal
worker by trade. Dedicated and determined, Conrad worked up until the
age of 78, performing tasks that even younger workers had trouble doing.
joined the Hicksville Fire Department in 1939 and witnessed its
transition from a small company in what was once rural Hicksville to
today's modern force. Over the years he served on numerous company
committees, he was a member of the fire police and severed as 2nd
Lieutenant and captain of Engine Company #2.
On December 7th,
1941 (which was Pearl Harbor Day) Conrad married his long time love
Evalyn (Marvin). Later on through the years they had two children
Conrad and Andrea Elaine.
In 1989 Conrad reached his 50th year of
service with the Hicksville Fire Department and was appointed Honorary
Chief. He was the recipient of various town, county and state
proclamations and on April 15, 2000 former Nassau County Executive
Thomas Gulotta proclaimed the day as "Conrad Schlauch Day."
served 25 years as the Hicksville Fire Department's delegate to the
Nassau County Fireman's Association. He was a member of the Southern
New York Fireman's Association and the Hicksville Hicks Championship
Racing Team during the 1930's and the 1940's. He was also a member of
the Bug House Hose Company, a fraternal group that entertained parade
goers on many occasions dressed in costumes and using floats and old
fire engines. A former Triple A Baseball player, Conrad was once
actively involved with the Hicksville Little League serving as both a
sponsor and manger.
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