The following individuals from the Canadian Fire Services
have been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubillee Medal
# 1. Mr. Terry K. Diabo ,
Kahnawake First Nation, Mohawk Reserve
Kahnawake Fire Brigade
40 years of service to his community
# 2. Mr. Harold A. Conrad ,
Village of Hebbville, Lunenburg Region
Hebbville Fire Department
64 years of service to his community
# 3. Mr. Michael J. Walsh ,
Municipality of the Town of Gibsons
Gibsons and District Vol Fire Department
35 years of service to his community
# 4. Mr. Wayne C. Jasper
Shawnigan Lake, Cowichan Bay F & R
Mesachie Lake VFD and CFFF Director
27 years of service to his community
# 5. Fire Chief Jamie Coutts
Town of Slave Lake
Lesser Slave Regional Fire Service
21 years of service to his community
# 6. Deputy Chief Todd Whitby
Town of Slave Lake
Lesser Slave Regional Fire Service
7 years of service to his community
# 7. Fire Chief Dan Thorsteinson,
City of Selkirk, Manitoba
Selkirk Fire Department (Volunteer)
28 years of service to his community
# 8. Mr. Rodney McEachern,
Township of Severn, Orillia
Township of Severn Fire & Emergency Services
25 years of service to his community
# 9. Mr. Darren Storey,
Village of Clarksburg, Ontario
Blue Mountains Fire Department
14 years of service to his community
# 10. Mr. John Howard Yates, MFR
Upper New Cornwall, Lunenburg Region
Cornwall & District Fire Department
32 years of service to his community
# 11. Fire Chief David Campbell, MFR
Town of Balgonie, SK
Balgonie Volunteer Fire Department
30 years of service to his community
# 12. Captain Carl G. Pearson,
City of Thorold, ON
Thorold Fire & Emergency Services
10 years of service to his community
# 13. Mr. Fred B. Kennedy ,
The Village of Blackville, Miramichi Region
Blackville Volunteer Fire Department
42 years of service to his community
His service extended provincially
# 14. Mr. Barry Borkowski,
Rural Municipality of St. Andrews
St. Andrews Fire Department
17 years of service to his communityAdditionally 18 years of fire research
# 15. Mr. Patrick J. Rowe
Village of Fort Simpson
Fort Simpson Volunteer Fire Department
Serving his community over 30 years
# 16. Mrs. Judy Ann Evans
Municipality of Belcarra
Sasamat Volunteer Fire Department
27 years of service to her community
# 17. Mr. Allen Meston
City of Thompson
Thompson Fire & Emergency Services
32 years of service to his community
# 18. Dr. William (Bill) C. Brooks,
Town of Lunenburg
Lunenburg and District Fire Department
Service: Regional, National, & InternationalOne of the tri-founders of the CFFF
# 19. Fire Chief Larry G. Scott
Anmore, Municipality of Belcarra
Sasamat Volunteer Fire Department34 years of service to his community
# 20. Mr. Robert J. MacPherson, MFR
Town of Antigonish
Antigonish Town Volunteer Fire Department
25 years of service to his community
# 21. Chief Training Officer Miles Boulter,
Town of Cornwall
PEIFFA School  /  O’Leary Fire Department
35 years of service to his island community
# 22. Inspector Nathalie J. Michaud,
Ville de Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu
Service d’incendie de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
7 years of service to her community
# 23. Mr. Bradley L. Scheideman,
Town of Stony Plain
Stony Plain Fire Department
33 years of service to his community
# 24. Fire Chief Jeffrey H. Fallow, CFO,
City of Cold Lake
Cold Lake Fire Rescue
23 years of service to his community
# 25. Mr. Dave Carruthers,
Stayner – – Clearview Township
Clearview Fire & Emergency Services
32 years of service to his regionFormer President of the FFAO
# 26. Captain Reid A. Whynot
Town of Bridgewater
Bridgewater Fire Department
39 years of service to his community
# 27. Mr. Paul C. Krawiec,
Village of Thorsby,
Thorsby Fire & Rescue
31 years of service to his community
# 28. Deputy Chief Kerry Zado,
City of Langford
Langford Fire Rescue
Serving as an Educator, EFD, Senior Officer
# 29. Fire Chief Brian Leduc, C.E.M.C., CFO
Nobel, Municipality of McDougall
Georgian Bay & Medougall Fire Departments
22 years of service to his municipality
# 30. Fire Chief Julie Fontaine,
Town of Saint Pie
Saint Pie Fire Service
Serving as a Senior Officer and an Educator
# 31. Firefighter James Milne,
Town of Parry Sound
McDougall Fire Department
An unselfish commitment of 36 years
# 32. Firefighter Jennifer L. Mabee,
Town of Midland, Simcoe County
Georgian Bay Fire Department
Serving as an Educator, EFD, and FF
# 33. Archie L. R. Richardson
Town of Rocky Mountain House
Rocky Mountain House Fire Department
30 years of service to his community
# 34. Deputy Chief Robert V. Sweeney
Weymouth
Plympton-Gilbert’s Cove Fire Department
16 years of service to his community
# 35. David Rossiter, GIFireE, CFO, CFEI
St. Peter’s
Fire Marshal – Prince Edward Island
27 years of service to his community
# 36. Captain Richard J. Pecaskie
Township of Killaloe-Hagarty-Richards
Killaloe-Hagarty-Richards Vol. Fire Department
22 years of service to his community
# 37.  Anthony P. Kulbisky, B.A., CMG, CAO
Town of Devon
Devon Fire Rescue Department
Director of Emergency Management – Firefighter
# 38. Fire Chief Kevin G. Eskra
Town of Churchbridge
Churchbridge Fire Rescue
2010 – SAFC’s Fire Chief Award of Merit
# 39. Fire Chief / Paramédic Robert A. Main
Town of Devon
Devon Fire Rescue Department
Serving as a Senior Officer and an Educator
# 40. Fire Chief Paulin Lorenzo
Tracadie, Gloucester County
Serving his community for 27 years
Tracadie – Sheila Fire Department
# 41. Fire Chief Steven M. Rasmussen
Village of Chipman, Lamont County
Chipman Fire Department
3 Tours of Duty to Afghanistan with the RCAF
# 42. Fire Chief Brian Anton Starkell,
Town of Nipawin
Nipawin Fire Department
2012 “CVFSA Lifetime Achievement Award” ©
# 43. Kimberley A. Phillips, EFD
Cobble Hill, Cowichan Valley RM
Nanaimo Fire Department
30 years of service to his community
# 44. Robert (Bob) Garman O’Rourke
Town of Kentville – DNR Western
NS Dept. of Natural Resources
Wild Fire FF / Forest Technician
# 45. Chief of Operations – Mario Lacombe
Town of Otterburn Park
Otterburn Park Fire Department
Fire Investigator – Board Member, Pink Heals Canada
# 46. Chaplain Bruce E. Rushton, BRE
Official Chaplain for the CFFF (volunteer)
Known for compassion and respect
8 years working at the national level
# 47. Firefighter Brian Clements
Village of Berwyn, M.D. of Peace No. 135
Berwyn Fire Department
44 years of service to his community
# 48. Mr. Walter Tomaszewski (Thomas)
City of Fort Saskatchewan
Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department
WWII Veteran with 60 years volunteering
# 49. Firefighter Steve R. Pandur
Welland – RM of Niagara
Welland Fire and Emergency Services
Serving 36 years as a volunteer
# 50. Captain Robert B. Kirkpatrick
Mississauga Fire & Emergency Services
National President of the CFFF
Respected leader and tireless manager
# 51. Paul Buxton-Carr, International WLFF
Salmon Arm – BC Forest Service
Air Attack Officer –Rapattack Team
9 years as a Director on CFFF Board
# 52. Mr. David L. Ferguson
Village of Cowichan Bay
Cowichan Bay Fire Rescue
Volunteer – MDC, BCFCA, VIFFA
# 53. Fire Chief Leonard G. Zebedee
Town of High River
High River Fire Department
Serving 36 years – Officer – Instructor
# 54. Captain Terry W. Stauffer
RMWB – Fort McMurray
RM Wood Buffalo Emergency Services25 years as both a volunteer & career FF
# 55. Division Chief Douglas F. Wylie, (Retired)
City of Burnaby
1st Vice President of the CFFF
34 years – Vancouver Fire Department
# 56. Deputy Chief Larry A. Jones
City of St.Catharines “The Garden City”
St. Catharines Fire Service2002 Instructor of the Year – OAFTO
# 57. Captain Timothy P. Jenkins
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department
President of the PEIFFA
# 58. Fire Chief Robert A. Galloway
City of Leduc
Leduc County Fire Service
An impressive 46 years of service
# 59. Fire Chief Ronald D. Hope, EMR
Town of Kindersley
Kindersley Fire Rescue
1st Vice President of the SAFC
# 60. Fire Chief Donald R. Black
Village of Berwyn
Berwyn Fire Department
Demonstrated excellence and professionalism
# 61. Fire Chief Arley Duchek
Stockholm, RM Fertile Belt No. 183
Stockholm Fire Department
Serving 32 years – Officer – Instructor
# 62. Councillor George E. A. Low, MFR
Hamlet of Bragg Creek, Rocky View Co.
Redwood Meadows Emergency Services
Deputy Chief, Instructor, Municipal Councillor
# 63. Lieutenant Jason A. Cochrane, PCP, EMD
Town of Windsor
Windsor Fire Department
Serving his community as a paramedic & a VFF
# 64. Fire Chief Michael McKenna
Hatlеy, Stanstead County, MRCM
North Hatley-Hatley Township Fire Department
Ayer’s Cliff Fire Department
2nd Vice president of the CFFF
# 65. Deputy Chief Shannon Leson
Town of Canora
Canora & District Fire Department
Successful entrepreneur / caring / VFF
# 66. Deputy Chief C. Paul Agar
Grand Valley, Duffferin County
Grand Valley District Fire Department
45 years of distinguished service
# 67. Fire Chief Laurence Joseph Green
Township of McDougall
Parry Sound Fire Department
Dedicated to helping others
# 68. District Dep. Chief J. David Thomson, CMM II
Waterford, Norfolk County
Norfolk County Fire and Rescue (35 years)
President of the FFAO for three termsBoard Member of CVFSA and CAFC
# 69. Fire Chief Andrew R. MacIntosh
Town of Orangeville
Orangeville Fire Department
25 years of service + 10 years with MS Society
# 70. Councillor Walter J. Yachimetz
Town of Calmar
Calmar Fire and Rescue
Serving his community as a Councillor & VFF
# 71. District Chief Charles D. Eagleton
Priddis, Municipal District of Foothills
Foothills Volunteer Fire Department
Coach – Mentor – VFF – Focused Leader
# 72. Deputy Chief Rodney (Rod) J. A. Stevens
Town of Kindersley
Kindersley Fire/Rescue Department
25 years of distinguished service
# 73. Mr. William J. Timmons, C.F.I.-T.P.I
Montréal – Pointe-Clairee
Consultant / Instructor – Phoenix Emergency
Past Executive – FIPRECAN – d’éducateur
# 74. Martin Johnson, Chairperson & Charter Member
City of Winnipeg
Manitoba Firefighters Burn Fund Inc.
Helping support exceptional burn care
# 75. Fire Chief Douglas M. Popowichn, EMR
Community of Waterhen
Urban Search & Rescue (HUSAR CANTF-4)
Charter MemberIFSAC (Awarded the MEGA)Providing extraordinary contributions
# 76. Mrs. Wendy D. Rafuse, RN, MFR
Chester Basin – Chester Municipal District
Chester Basin Volunteer Fire Department
CISM Councillor providing a healthier tomorrow
# 77. Fire Chief Curtis Fraser
Village of Tide Head
Tide Head Fire Department
Dedicated to helping others
# 78. Raymond R. Niblett
City of Summerside
PEIFFA Officier – Instructor
Sharing his experience & expertise
# 79. Fire Chief S. Roger Ekman
District of Invermere
Invermere Fire Rescue
Exemplary Leadership by Example
# 80. Deputy Chief Glen Andersen
Town of St. Paul
St. Paul Fire Department
Dedicated to helping others
# 81. Fire Chief Dale E. Wagner, CCBO
Town of Hague
Hauge Fire Department
President of the SVFFA and Board Member of CVFSA
# 82. Mr.Gary H. J. Macdonald
City of Winnipeg
Manitoba Firefighters Burn Fund Inc.
Helping support exceptional burn care & Instructor
# 83. Deputy Chief Gerald M. Dombroski
Township of Killaloe
Killaloe, Hagarty, & Richards Fire Department
Exemplifies the volunteer spirit as a VFF
# 84. Captain John Uptegrove
Township of Puslinch
Puslinch Fire & Rescue
Commitment to his community
# 85. Deputy Chief J. Dean Allison
Village of Sunny Corner
Sunny Corner Volunteer Fire Department
22 years of service to his community
# 86. Fire Chief Leo D. (Duke) Chafe
Chester – Municipal District of Chester
Chester Volunteer Fire Department
34 years of service to his community
# 87. Fire Chief William G. Hogan, (ret’d.)
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department
Past President of the PEIFFA
# 88. Firefighter John E. Shaw
District of Invermere
Invermere Fire Rescue
32 years of service to his community
# 89. R. Fire Chief Derian Rosario
Town of Falher, Honey Capital of Canada
Smoky River Fire Department
Serving 27 years – Volunteer – caring
# 90. Platoon Chief Montgomery Malloy
City of Ottawa
Ottawa Fire Service
An impressive 36 years of service
# 91. Firefighter Jamie Hiller
Township of Fergus, Wellington County
Centre Wellington Fire & Rescue – S40
Known for compassion and respect
# 92. District Chief D. Gregory Shaw
City of Charlottetown – CFS/S#2
MFCA Executive Board (1st VP) – Instructor
Sharing his experience & expertise – 28 yrs
# 93. Captain Paul C. Maynard, MFR
Town of Hantsport
Hantsport Fire Department
Serving as a Senior Officer and an Educator
# 94. Firefighter David Hill
City of Victoria
CFB Esquimalt Fire & Rescue
Working tirelessly for the community
# 95. Fire Chief Jamie Campbell, ALS, BAppsES
Town of Black Diamond
Black Diamond Fire Department
Serving his community as a paramedic and FF
# 96. Fire Chief James D. Belanger, CD, PCP, EMD
Timberlea, HRM
Halifax Regional Fire Services – S58
Tours of Duty – Bosnia & Haiti
# 97. Captain Bruce A. Peacock, (Retired)
Municipality of Leamington, Essex Co.
Toronto Fire Services
CISM Councillor – Instructor – VolunteerProviding extraordinary contributions
# 98. Captain Robert (Bob) Edward Hopper
Township of Killaloe
Killaloe, Hagarty, & Richards Fire Department
Exemplifies the Instructor spirit as a VFF
# 99. Lieutenant James Andrew O’Connor
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department – S2
Dedicated to helping others
# 100. Councillor Martin E. Bell, PCP, EMD-Q
Village of Conquerall Bank, Lun. Region
Conquerall Bank Fire Department
Serving his community as Deputy Mayor & VFFCharter Member & past president of CVFSA
# 101. Fire Chief John D. Robart, MEd, B.Ed., BA
Village of Oakhill, Lun. Region
Oakhill & District Fire Department
Past president of MFCA & Director of CAFC
# 102. Captain Chad Murphy, PCP
Town of Conception Bay South
Conception Bay South Fire Department
Serving 15 years – Officer – Instructor
# 103. Captain Sean Francis Nugent
Town of Conception Bay South
Conception Bay South Fire Department
Commendation for rescue & recovery
# 104. Fire Chief Tom Littlechild
Siksika Nation
Siksika Fire Department
An amazing Leader in the First Nations
# 105. Deputy Chief Ken D. MacFarlane, EMR
Municipal District of Spirit River
Spirit River Fire Department
Demonstrated excellence and professionalism
# 106. Fire Chief Ronald Pratt, EMT
Town of LaRonge
LaRonge Fire Department
Working tirelessly for the community
# 107. Firefighter James Franey, (ret’d. Chief)
Aylesford, Home of Oakland Zoo
Aylesford & District Fire Department
An impressive 50 years of service
# 108. Captain Mark Carlson
Town of Conora
Conora & District Fire Department
Unrelenting dedication for 15 years
# 109. Mr. Graham E. Pawlett
City of Port Moody – Metro Vancouver
Port Moody Fire & Rescue
A dedicated volunteer 27 years
# 110. Michael P. Purtill
Springfield Fire and Rescue -12 years
North East Health Association-EMT
National President of the CVFSAthe “National voice of Canadian Volunteer Firefighters”
# 111. Fire Chief Robert (Rob) Simonds, CFO
City of Hamilton
Hamilton Emergency Services
National President of the CAFCthe CAFC “speaks for the Fire Services in Canada”
# 112. Troy R. Mutch, SCO Fire
Town of Calmar
Thorsby Fire Department (24 years service)
Firefighter & Director of Emergency ManagementVice President of the CVFSA
# 113. Mr. Mel N. L. Mercier
Village of Anmore, GVRD
Sasamat Volunteer Fire Department
“Likes to be involved with his community”
# 114. Fire Chief Ronald W. Clarke, (Ret’d)
Wembley Volunteer Fire Department
45 years of distinguished service
“They don’t make them like that anymore”       LODD – September 3rd 2012
# 115. Fire Marshal Timothy John Hinds,(Ret’d) CD
Territory of Nunavut
Now serving as a VFF in Tracadie District, NS
Currently CFFF Secretary & Education Committee Chair
# 116. Mr. Donald B. McKee, CLU
Village of Bolsover
CAO of the National Association (volunteer)
Life Honorary Member (4 of 4) CVFSA
# 117. Fire Chief Douglas Knott
Town of Lake Cowichan, CVRD
Lake Cowichan Fire Department
32 years of service to his community
# 118. Firefighter Joe MacKinnon
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department
15 years of service to his community
# 119. Firefighter/Paramédic Dwaine White
Kahnawake First Nation, Mohawk Reserve
Kahnawake Fire Brigade
Serving his community as a paramedic and FF
# 120. Mr. C. John McKee
City of Toronto
Volunteer to CVFSA for over a decade
Business Professional with 30 years’ experience
# 121. Ms. Brenda D. Popko
City of Brandon
Manitoba – Emergency Services College
Overseeing fire safety education with dedication
# 122. Deputy Fire Chief Les McGirr
Town of Nipawin – Parcel A
Carrot River Fire Department
Serving 43 years – Officer – Instructor
# 123. Firefighter Luke A. Brisson
City of Calgary
Calgary Fire Department
Demonstrated excellence and professionalism
# 124. John Joseph Mark O’Flanagan, RN, ACP
Town of Beaumont, Leduc County
Beaumont – Fluor Rapid Response Team
Service: Regional and International
# 125. Fire Chief Mac E. Noble, MFR
Elmsdale – MOD East Hants
Elmsdale Fire & Emergency Services
Chief Officer 26 years (46 years of service total)
# 126. Assistant Chief Michael Kaye
Municipality of Saanich, Victoria
Saanich Fire Department
Member of the national Board for MDC
# 127. Firefighter Robert Chandler
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department
Exemplary Leadership by Example
# 128. Firefighter Mark H. Pound, B.A. B.Ed, MFR
Town of Kentville
Kentville Volunteer Fire Department
Order of St. John, Serving Brother
Chairperson of Lifetime Achievement Award Selection Committee 2013
# 129. Firefighter Raymond Gallant, (ret’d. Chief)
Township of Rogersville, Northumberland Co.
Rogersville Fire Department
Chief Officer 30 years (59 years of service total)
# 130. Firefighter/ Instructor Arnold Lazare, MFR
Kahnawake First Nation, Mohawk Reserve
Kahnawake Fire Brigade / Kahnawake Hospital
Dedicated to helping others
# 131. William Stewart Burns
Paris, Municipal District of Brant
40 years of distinguished service
Past Executive Board – FFAO
Helped get Presumptive Legislation in ON
# 132. Deputy Chief Robert B. Helgeson, MFR
Town of Gillam
Gillam Fire and Ambulance Service
Serving 26 years – Officer – Instructor
# 133. Firefighter Owen Vasseur, (ret’d. Chief)
Village of Frontier (Frontier #19 SK)
Frontier Fire Rescue
Dedicated to helping others
# 134. Fire Chief Brian “Murray” Eastcott
Town of Springside
Springside Fire Department
Community service with Lions, Scouts, & Vestry
# 135. Fire Chief Bruce Daly, EMT
Town of Spirit River
Spirit River Fire Department
Exemplary Leadership by Example
# 136. Deputy Chief George Brademann
Town of Beaumont, Leduc County
Beaumont Fire Department
Coach – Mentor – VFF for 30 years
# 137. Deputy Chief C.A. (Chris) Jancowski, B.FSS, CFO, MIFireE
Port Alberni – Alberni-Clavoquot Regional District
Port Alberni Fire Department
2011 Instructor of the Year – BCFTOA
# 138. Firefighter James Pickard
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department
Documented life-saving rescue performed
# 139. Deputy Chief Michael Lockett, ICP
Village of Lawrencetown
Bridgetown Volunteer Fire Department
Serving 20+ years – FF Instructor & Paramedic
# 140. Firefighter Donald Gilbert, MFR
Kahnawake First Nation, Mohawk Reserve
Kahnawake Fire Brigade
Commitment to his community
# 141. District Dep. Chief Launie Fletcher
Ilderton – Township of Middlesex Centre
Middlesex Centre Fire Department – Coldstream
Providing extraordinary contributions to MDC
# 142. Firefighter Cornelius Bergen, (ret’d. Chief)
Village of Winnipegosis
Winnipegosis Fire Department
Chief Officer 37 years (51 years of service total)
# 143. Firefighter William A. Ryder
Town of Ste. Rose du Lac (Cattle Capital of MB)
Ste. Rose du Lac Fire Department
An impressive 58 years of service
# 144. The Late, Deputy Chief Ronald W. Clarke, MCR
Town of Wembley – Dinosaur Finds
Wembley Volunteer Fire Department
46 years of service to his community
# 145. Fire Chief William J. (Bill) Roth
Town of Vermilion, Est. 1906
Vermilion Fire & Rescue
VF&RD has a 94% NFPA 1001 Certification
# 146. Captain Rodney Ingram
City of Leduc – Est.1899
Leduc County Fire Service
Exemplifies the Instructor spirit as a VFF
# 147. Deputy Chief Terry S. Canning, CET, CRSP
Brookfield, Colchester County
Brookfield Fire & Emergency Services
Director FSANS (32 years of VFF service)
# 148. Fire Chief Jeff G. Hornung
Village of Vanguard, MOWC
Vanguard Fire Department
Chief Officer 24 years (32 years of service total)
# 149. Firefighter Derek Rogers, EMT
City of Calgary
Calgary Fire Department – Honour Guard
Urban Search & Rescue (CANTF-2)
# 150. Fire Chief Harold Tulk
City of Kingston
Kingston Fire and Rescue Services
Past president of the OAFC
# 151. Executive Director Art Pullan
Brockville – City of the 1000 Islands
Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council – ON
Canadian representative for the NFPA
# 152. Firefighter John Rice, MFR
Kahnawake First Nation, Mohawk Reserve
Kahnawake Fire Brigade
Known for compassion
# 153. Fire Chief Patrick D. J. MacIsaac
City of North Battleford
North Battleford Fire Department
Awarded Swiss 111 Response Recognition
Awarded Prime Minister’s Community Service Recognition
# 154. Deputy Chief Cameron Robert Ferguson
Village of Cowichen Bay
Cowichen Bay Fire Rescue
2012 MDC Firefighter of the Year
# 155. Deputy Chief Robert A. Brown, MFR
Town of Bridgetown
Bridgetown Volunteer Fire Department
Focused Leader – VFF for 20 years
# 156. Fire Chief Daniel J. Badry
Town of Stony Plain – Inc. 1908
Stony Plain Fire Department
Chief Officer 7 years (37 years of service total)
# 157. Firefighter Bruce Younker
City of Charlottetown
Charlottetown Fire Department
Documented life-saving rescue performed
# 158. Fire Chief Gary MacGregor
Rural Municipality of Gimli
Gimli Fire Department
Mary Beth Dolin Meritorious Fire Service Award 2008
# 159. Deputy Chief George Bergen
Village of Winnipegosis
Winnipegosis Fire Department
Chief Officer 37 years (51 years of service total)
Home of the pink fire truck in 1993
# 160. Deputy Chief Kenny Arnason
Rural Municipality of Gimli
Gimli Fire Department
Deputy Chief for 24 of his 37 years service
# 161. Captain Daniel MacDonald
City of Leduc – Est.1899
Leduc County Fire Service
Exemplifies the Instructor spirit as a VFF
# 162. Fire Chief Denis M. Pilon, CD, CFO
City of Swift Current
Swift Current Fire Department
Member of the Board of Directors – SAFC
# 163. Mr. Cody W. Mutch
Town of Calmar, Leduc County
Calmar Interact Club – Jr. Rotary
Helping those in a third world nation obtain bunker gear
# 164. Mr. Joe Lipkowicz
City of Montreal
North Country International Fire Training Services
Dedicated to helping others & Instructor’s Aid
# 165. Fire Chief Paul C. MacCormick
Town of Sydney Mines
Sydney Mines Volunteer Fire Department
32 years of exemplary Leadership by Example
# 166. Fire Chief Michael Roy Nauss
Town of Bridgewater
Bridgewater Volunteer Fire Department
33 years of service to his community
# 167. Safety Officer Edward J. Mello
Town of Grimshaw, AB
Grimshaw Volunteer Fire Department
Safety & 35 years service to his community
# 181. Mr. Kirk Patrick Hughes, MFR
Charter Community of DelineApproved by another partner of the OGGC2011 NT Fire Service Merit Award
{Nomination supported by CVFSA}
# 182. Councillor Wayne Thorburne
Town of Bridgewater
Approved by another partner of the OGGC
Dedicated Municipal Councillor & ret’d Chief
{Nomination supported by CVFSA}
# 183. Fire Chief Timothy Pley
City of Port Alberni
Approved by another partner of the OGGC
Currently serving as 1st Vice of BCFCA
{Nomination supported by CVFSA}