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Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue plans event to honor firefighters, staff

Daily News staff report

Nine firefighters and staff members of Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue will be honored this weekend with longevity and achievement awards in a dress-uniform ceremony in Frisco.

The awards ceremony is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 1, at the Frisco Community Center, 110 S. Granite St. The event is open to the public.

The honorees include:

Engineer Jeremy Antemesaris: 10 years

Engineer Doug Beeler: 10 years

Lt. Jason Bell: 15 years

Board member and Fire Corps. leader Jim Cox: 10 years

Fire Corps. member Maggie Cox: 10 years

Systems administrator Carlina Duggan: Master’s degree

Capt. Tyson Houston: Fire Officer Designation

Fleet service manager Randy Miller: 5 years

Lt. Brian Schenking: 15 years

“We are looking forward to establishing this awards ceremony as an annual event,” said Lake Dillon Fire Chief Dave Parmley in a news release. “It is important to take the time to properly honor and recognize those who have achieved professional degrees or certifications through higher education or have served our citizens with longevity of service through dedication and a commitment to excellence, as well as those whose performance is worthy of special recognition.”

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