Marysville Fire District honors 355 years of service

MARYSVILLE — On Aug. 19, family, peers and the Marysville Fire District Board of Directors were present at an awards ceremony, honoring district members' years of service.

Those members who have completed five, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service were honored. All totaled, there were 355 years of service recognized, between 26 individuals.

"We need to celebrate this group for their years of service," Marysville Fire Chief Greg Corn said. "It is a great commitment they have made to Marysville Fire District and the community."

The honorees were as follows:

5 Years

Firefighter David Burlingame

Firefighter Tyler Dormaier

Acting Capt. Sam Eagle

Firefighter Paramedic Noah Pester

Firefighter Ryan Swobody

Firefighter/paramedic Trevor Trueax

10 Years

Firefighter/paramedic Paul Brough

Firefighter/paramedic Brent Carlson

Firefighter Tim Gunn

Firefighter Paramedic Mirco Piazzi

Capt. Ty Siegert

15 Years

Firefighter Keoni Brown

Battalion Chief Jeff Cole

Firefighter Paramedic Russell Colmore

Capt. Cal Droke

Firefighter/paramedic Terry Matsumura

Firefighter/paramedic Craig Milless

Capt. Aaron Soper

Capt. Keith Taylor

Acting Capt. Jason Tucker

20 Years

Firefighter Carl Lewis

Firefighter James Mizell

25 Years

Firefighter Paramedic Russ Bennett

Firefighter Dan Hageman

Firefighter Bob Magee

Division Chief Robert Spencer

The Marysville Fire District provides fire and emergency medical services to the approximately 61,000 residents of Marysville, Seven Lakes and Quil Ceda Village, and has contracted response to the Smokey Point neighborhood of the city of Arlington, as well as surrounding parts of unincorporated Snohomish County.

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