Salisbury Press

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms honored Salisbury Township Police Chief Allen W. Stiles, as a “Hometown Hero” at a recent Phantoms game. Stiles was nominated by his daughter, Karen Kelly. Stiles, who said “he is not a hero, just a solder who did what he was told to do and happened to survive for a year in Vietnam,” accepted the invitation “as a way to remember the real heroes (my fellow Vietnam Copyright - © JustSports Photography The Lehigh Valley Phantoms honored Salisbury Township Police Chief Allen W. Stiles, as a “Hometown Hero” at a recent Phantoms game. Stiles was nominated by his daughter, Karen Kelly. Stiles, who said “he is not a hero, just a solder who did what he was told to do and happened to survive for a year in Vietnam,” accepted the invitation “as a way to remember the real heroes (my fellow Vietnam Copyright - © JustSports Photography
Devon Frey, group sales specialist for the Phantoms, Salisbury Township Police Department Chief Allen W. Stiles and Karen Kelly, Stiles’ daughter, stand for a photo following the “Hometown Hero” presentation recently. In addition to Karen Kelly and her husband Kyle, Stiles’ daughter Sheila Eagan, of Orchard Park, N.Y. and six of his eight grandchildren attended the Phantoms game to support him. Copyright - © JustSports Photography Devon Frey, group sales specialist for the Phantoms, Salisbury Township Police Department Chief Allen W. Stiles and Karen Kelly, Stiles’ daughter, stand for a photo following the “Hometown Hero” presentation recently. In addition to Karen Kelly and her husband Kyle, Stiles’ daughter Sheila Eagan, of Orchard Park, N.Y. and six of his eight grandchildren attended the Phantoms game to support him. Copyright - © JustSports Photography

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