Frank Reposh, who joined the Villa Park Fire Department nearly 16 years ago, officially attained the rank of lieutenant earlier this month. Surrounded by his family and his colleagues, Reposh was honored with a badge-pinning ceremony at the start of the Villa Park Village Board meeting on Aug. 9. Reposh, who grew up in Oakbrook Terrace, attended Albright Middle School and Willowbrook High School. He joined the Villa Park Fire Department as a firefighter/paramedic in October 2005. As a member of Villa Park’s Fire Investigation Unit and the DuPage County Fire Investigation Task Force, Reposh has participated in numerous fire investigations. He and his wife Caryn have a son—Nate (age 9)—and a daughter—Eleanor (age 8). Reposh is one of six lieutenants with the Villa Park Fire Department. The latest opening at that position became available after Lt. John Rzeszut, who spent 25 years with the department, retired in late July. Reposh is pictured on Saturday, Aug. 14, at Station 82, located at 102 W. Plymouth St.


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