When members of the Wildwood, New Jersey community heard that Ethan Kranig wanted to visit their beach town, locals pulled out all the stops -- including swearing him in as a police officer. - From Fox News
Ethan Kranig was sworn in as an honorary police officer with the Wildwood Police Department.
(John Lynch via Facebook) When members of the Wildwood, N.J., community heard that Ethan Kranig, a sick 9-year-old who always wanted to be a police officer was planning on visiting their beach town, locals pulled out all the stops.
Kranig from Prescott, Wis., who was diagnosed with the rare disease ectrodactyly ectodermal dysplasia, was officially sworn-in Monday as an honorary police officer with the Wildwood Police Department.
and I’ve been with the department for 28 years.” A Wildwood resident, Christine Six Brown, helped to coordinate Kranig's trip, but it was John Lynch, a local who works with the city’s tourism department and is known for giving back to the community, who spearheaded the event.
Ethan Kranig is collecting police department patches.