Luling Volunteer Fire Department officer installation

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Firefighter of the Year Ian Fallon with 2013 recipient Shane King.
Firefighter of the Year Ian Fallon with 2013 recipient Shane King.
The Luling Volunteer Fire Department recently held their 2014 Annual Installation of Officers and Awards Banquet.

Tab Troxler served as Master of Ceremonies and Louisiana State Fire Marshall Butch Browning was the guest speaker.

The 2014 Administrative Team is Dean Bergeron, President; Jack Crais, Vice President; Jason Bergeron, Secretary; Glenda Metrejean, Treasurer; Sergeant at Arms, Sean Robert. The 2014 Fire Line Officers are Craig Petit, Fire Chief; Armond Bourque, Assistant Chief; Chris Switzer, Deputy Chief; Andrew Metrejean, Training Chief; David Burgbacher, Safety Officer; Frank Williams, Fire Prevention Officer; Jason Bergeron, EMS Officer; Barrett Donnaud, Training Captain; Ian Fallon, Capt, Station 21; Shane King, Capt. Station 22; Tony LeBouef, Capt;. Station 23; Jason Troxler, Capt. Station 24; Pat Beard, Training Lieutenant; Russell Burgbacher and Josh Smith, Lieutenants Station 21; James Tassin, Lieutenant Station 22; Brian Henry, Lieutenant Station 23 and Daniel Ward, Lieutenant Station 24.

Leadership Award recipient Jack Crais with Chief Craig Petit.
Deputy Chief Andrew Metrejean, Rookie of the Year Raul Davila, Chief Petit and Assistant Chief Armond Bourque.
Chief Petit, Safety Award recipient Andrew Metrejean and Safety Officer Pat Beard.
   



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