From left, Frank Szczepanik is presented with the Red Cross Lifesaving Certificate of Merit Award by Otto Ferrene of the Red Cross for saving an 18-month-old girl's life in July. Looking on are Szczepanik's wife, Barbara, and Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka. The presentation occurred during Tuesday's Bluffton Town Council meeting.
From left, Frank Szczepanik is presented with the Red Cross Lifesaving Certificate of Merit Award by Otto Ferrene of the Red Cross for saving an 18-month-old girl's life in July. Looking on are Szczepanik's wife, Barbara, and Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka. The presentation occurred during Tuesday's Bluffton Town Council meeting. Jay Karr, Staff photo
From left, Frank Szczepanik is presented with the Red Cross Lifesaving Certificate of Merit Award by Otto Ferrene of the Red Cross for saving an 18-month-old girl's life in July. Looking on are Szczepanik's wife, Barbara, and Bluffton Mayor Lisa Sulka. The presentation occurred during Tuesday's Bluffton Town Council meeting. Jay Karr, Staff photo

Bluffton hero wins top Red Cross award after saving girl from pool

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