Luling Volunteer Fire Department annual awards banquet

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February 11, 2013 at 10:04 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Susan Weems (30 years) Wayne Robinson (40 years)  Troy Gaubert (30 years).
Susan Weems (30 years) Wayne Robinson (40 years) Troy Gaubert (30 years).
The Luling Volunteer Fire Department held it's annual awards banquet, training and installation of officers on Jan. 19 at the River Room in Luling. Tab Troxler served as the Master of Ceremonies.

 

2013 Administrative Officers

President Dean Bergeron, Vice President Jack Crais, Secretary Jason Bergeron, Treasurer Glenda Metrejean, Sgt. at Arms Sean Robert

 

2013 Fireline Officers

Chief Craig Petit, Asst. Chief Armond Bourque, Deputy Chief Andrew Metrejean, Training Chief David Burgbacher, Safety Officer Pat Beard, Fire Prevention Officer James Tassin, EMS Officer Barry Minnich, Training Captain Barrett Donnaud, Captain Station 21 Chris Switzer, Capt. Station 22 Troy Gaubert, Capt. Station 23 Tony LeBouef, Capt. Station 24 Don Murray, Lt. Station 21 Daniel Ward, Lt. Station 22 Frank Williams, Lt. Station 23 Shane King, Lt. Station 24 Jason Ward

Firefighter of the Year - Shane King; Fireline Officer of the Year - Chris Switzer; Rookie of the Year - Ian Fallon; Safety Award - Benny Raziano and Member Leadership Award - David Burgbacher

Service Awards: 1 year jackets - James Tassin, Frank Williams, Glenda Metrejean, Jake Matis; 3 year pins - Tony Amato, Christian Gaubert, Phillip Matherne; 5 year pin - John Burgbacher; 7 year pin - Patrick Doucet; 10 year pins - Shane King, Jason Troxler; 30 year pins - Susan Weems, Troy Gaubert and 40 year special service award Wayne Robinson.

In honor of Robinson’s 40 years of continuous, active service with Luling Volunteer Fire Department, past members of the Department were on hand to honor him along with Robinson's family - children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

 




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