Operation Paramount: Hurricane Ian 2022
We believe in Community.
Joe Tekulve has been a part-time resident of Ft Myers Beach, Florida since 2014. This has been Joe’s wife Danielle and his 2 sons’ home away from home for many years. The Tekulve family has become part of the Ft Myers Beach community and has made many friends over the years. Joe is originally from Loveland Ohio.
When Hurricane Ian landed on September 28th of 2022, Ft. Myers Beach and many residents of that area were devastated by one of the worst Hurricanes seen in many years. At 150 mph, Ian’s landfall wind speed in Florida ties for the fifth-strongest on record in the United States
The devastation and lives lost will never be forgotten.
Joe’s family was lucky. The damage to his home and property was minimal. His surrounding neighbors were not so lucky.
That’s when the Paramount Team jumped into action.
Ft Myers Beach September 30 2022
Tekulve family’s front yard.
Volunteers, ready to roll!
Once the announcement was made the Paramount employees volunteered for action!!
After a long convoy of Paramount employees, they arrived at Ft Myers Beach Florida.
Once the island was open, the Paramount Team was ready to work.
There is no stopping the Paramount Team!!
The Paramount team has donated hundreds of hours to the community and we are still there.
If you want to give back to the people affected by Hurricane Ian click on the Red Cross logo below: