Firefighters & First Responders of the Year

Year Firefighter of the Year First Responder of the Year Rookie of the Year
1988 Rick Lemons
1989 Ron Mayworm
1990 Greg Janda
1991 Jimmy Davis
1992 Jerry Merker
1993 Weldon Wright
2000 Cecil Ware
2002 Steven Kehlenbrink Jason Ware
2003 Jason Ware David Dibello
2004 Steven Kehlenbrink Jason Ware
2005 Nicholas Hickson Joshua Glover
2006 Greg Cross Chad LaPrelle
2007 Nicholas Hickson Chad LaPrelle
2008 John Mathews Brock Street
2009 Greg Cross Brock Street Rex Winslow
2010 Trey Smith Derek Bishop Katlene Lee
2011 Greg Janda Greg Janda Derek Shultz
2012 Corey Shultz Jason Loyd Josh Carter
2013 Josh Carter Todd Loggins Erin Lee
2014 Brayton Lee Brayton Lee Perry Eckert
2015 Jason Ware Joshua Moore John Ringhauser
2016 Joshua Moore Matthew Drennan Benjamin Leahy

The firefighter and first responder of the year are decided each year by a vote of the department's membership. Those selected as firefighter and first responder of the year are chosen by their peers based on leadership, response to incidents, and personal growth during the year. Members chosen receive a plaque to keep and are listed on the perpetual plaques in the station. The designation of "Rookie of the Year" was created in 2009 to recognize new members of the department who show exceptional commitment and leadership in the department. It is also selected by a vote of the membership.


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