Marc Pennetti


Marc Pennetti started his public safety career in 2012 as a volunteer fire fighter on Long Island, NY, where he still proudly serves as a member of the Engine Company and Water Rescue Team. Marc played a vital role in rescue operations of trapped victims during Hurricane Sandy and honorably recieved the Arthur Kuss Jr award. The Arthur Kuss Jr award is one of the oldest firematic awards on Long Island for acts of bravery and valor above the call of duty.

January 2016 Marc achieved his dreams of becoming a Police Officer. After the Police Academy Marc was assigned to a precinct in Queens South where he held various assignments such as Patrol, Graffiti Officer, Neighborhood Coordination Officer, Public Safety Team, and Anti Crime. After years of hard work Marc recieved the “ Cop of The Year Award “ amongst many other citations. Marc was soon transferred to the Special Operations Division for the remainder of his NYPD career. Currently Marc works as a Police Officer for a local department on Long Island. Marc has dedicated his life to the community and will always be there when called.

“I am beyond grateful to be given this opportunity. Being able to bring happiness and joy to members of law enforcement as well as their families is priceless. The goal is to let them know we are one big family, no one fights alone. Fidelis Ad Mortem – Faithful Unto Death “