3 men from the Kindersley Fire Department have been recognized for their decades of service with the department.

Fire Chief Ron Hope, Deputy Fire Chief Rod Stevens and Senior Captain David Burke received service medals from the Canadian Volunteer Fire Service Association at Kindersley town council's meeting Monday night.

The medals are awarded to firefighters for their many years of service to the community. Deputy Mayor Shaun Henry presented the medals to the three gentlemen as the evening's first delegation before digging into their council agenda.

Between the three men, they have a combined 109 years with the brigade:

  • David Burke - 40 years
  • Ron Hope - 37 years
  • Rod Stevens - 32 years

The majority of the fire department, family and friends packed into the council chambers to congratulate Stevens, Hope and Burke on their accomplishments.

 

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