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Marysville Fire District honors 235 combined years of service

Eleven of the 20 Marysville Fire District members who were honored for their years of service on Sept. 21. Front row from left, Matt Evar, Sandra Elvrom and Matt Campbell. Back row from left, Mark Cook, Krista Longspaugh, Shayne Pierce, Craig Warbling, Dan Schwartz, Dan Allen, Don Peterson and Joyce Savage. - Photo courtesy of the Marysville Fire District.
Eleven of the 20 Marysville Fire District members who were honored for their years of service on Sept. 21. Front row from left, Matt Evar, Sandra Elvrom and Matt Campbell. Back row from left, Mark Cook, Krista Longspaugh, Shayne Pierce, Craig Warbling, Dan Schwartz, Dan Allen, Don Peterson and Joyce Savage.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of the Marysville Fire District.

MARYSVILLE — On Sept. 21, Marysville Fire District members were honored for their years of service by their family, peers and the Marysville Fire District Board of Directors.

The awards ceremony recognized those members who have completed five, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service. The 20 members honored totaled 235 years of fire service between them.

"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 the community and fire district."

The service year honorees were as follows:

Five Years

Firefighter Joe Ballif
Firefighter Mark Cook
Firefighter Chad Crandall
Firefighter Ryan Hardwick
Firefighter/paramedic Mike Lewis
Firefighter Shayne Pierce
Firefighter/paramedic Kate Songhurst
Firefighter/paramedic Patrick "PK" Woolcock
Payroll clerk Sandra Elvrom

10 Years

Firefighter Dan Allen
Capt. Matt Campbell
Firefighter/paramedic Kevin Schroeder

15 Years

Firefighter Krista Longspaugh
Capt. Jason Schoonover

20 Years

Firefighter Matt Evar
Capt. Darren Green
Firefighter/paramedic Dan Schwartz
Firefighter/paramedic Craig Walbridge

25 Years

Firefighter Don Pedersen
Human Resources Manager Joyce Savage

The Marysville Fire District provides fire and emergency medical services to the approximately 72,000 residents of Marysville, Seven Lakes and Quil Ceda Village, as well as surrounding parts of unincorporated Snohomish County.

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