Congratulations to the recipients of Lake Dillon Fire time-of-service awards, academic achievements and professional accomplishments honored in a nice ceremony on Saturday, March 1. It was a nice event!
The award recipients and chief officers of Lake Dillon Fire. Back row, from left to right: Chief Dave Parmley, Lt. Jason Bell, fleet manager Randy Miller, engineer Doug Beeler, Lt. Jeremy Antemesaris, Lt. Brian Schenking. Front row: Assistant Chief Bruce Farrell, systems administrator Carlina Duggan, LDFPD Board member Jim Cox, Battalion Chief Joe Hegenderfer, LDFR volunteer Maggie Cox and, kneeling, Deputy Chief Jeff Berino.
Engineer Jeremy Antemesaries with his 10-year award, a Michael Garman statuette.
Engineer Doug Beeler, proud to serve Lake Dillon Fire for 10 years.
Maggie and Jim Cox, who are beloved widely throughout the county for their tireless and wide-ranging volunteer efforts, have given countless hours of their time and energy to Lake Dillon Fire over 10 years now. Both serve in the LDFR Fire Corps, and Jim was elected to the Lake Dillon Fire Protection District Board of Directors four years ago.
Lt. Jason Bell, left, and Lt. Brian Schenking have been stalwarts with Lake Dillon Fire now for 15 years.
Fleet manager Randy Miller, left, has been keeping the engines, ladder truck and assorted department vehicles — as well as those from other neighboring departments — running smoothly for five years now. Here he receives congratulations from LDFR Chief Dave Parmley and an engraved stein to mark his tenure.
Systems administrator Carlina Duggan, left, receives commendation for earning her master’s degree from Chief Dave Parmley, center, and Assistant Chief Bruce Farrell.