New leadership elected at Luling Fire Dept.
Pictured are Chief Pat Beard, Firefighter of the Year Chris Switzer, Asst. Chief Armond Bourque, and Deputy Chief Randy Petit.
During the event, awards were also handed out. Chris Switzer was named Firefighter of the Year, Buddy Weems was given the Safety Award, Jason Bergeron earned the leadership awards, Chief Pat Beard was named Fireline Officer of the Year and Phillip Matherne was named Rookie of the Year.
Those elected to leadership positions are below:
President Dean Bergeron
Vice President David Burgbacher
Secretary Jason Bergeron
Treasurer Susan Weems
Sergeant At Arms Troy Gaubert
Chief Craig Petit
Assistant Chief Armond Bourque
Deputy Chief Andrew Metrejean
Training Chief Josh Smith
Safety Officer Patrick Beard
Fire Prevention Officer Silas Poteet
EMS Officer Barry Minnich
Training Captain Barrett Donnaud
Captain Station 21 Chris Switzer
Captain Station 22 Russell Burgbacher
Captain Station 23 Tony LeBouef
Captain Station 24 Don Murray
Training Lieutenant David Burgbacher
Lieutenant Station 21 Daniel Ward
Lieutenant Station 21 Jason Bergeron
Lieutenant Station 22 Daniel Dugas
Lieutenant Station 23 Shane KingLieutenant Station 24 Jason Troxler
Membership in the department is open to everyone - no prior experience or training is required. The station is also open to support members who do not want to fight fires.
To learn more, visit the office at 67 St. Anthony St. in Luling or call (985)785-6194.
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