LINDEN — Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery donated a Lifepak Express Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) to Linden High School, arranged through the Region II Voluntary Protection Program Participants’ Association (VPPPA) Board of Directors and the Norman Deitch AED Outreach Fund.
Carol Ziegler, Bayway Refinery Public Affairs Manager and Mary Phillips, Bayway Refinery Community Relations Coordinator, presented the donation, along with VPPPA board member, Billy DePuy, to Principal Antoinette Modrak and the winter sports team captains at Linden High School.
Ziegler said, “Phillips 66 prides itself on being a responsible citizen in the communities where its employees live and work, and that’s where our company values of safety, honor, and commitment come into play. We are pleased to donate the Lifepak Express AED to the students and staff at Linden High School.”
“On behalf of the students and faculty at Linden High School, I offer our wholehearted thanks for providing us with this lifesaving device. It’s a comfort to know the AED is readily accessible in the event of an emergency,” said Modrak.