On August 31, 2016 Loudoun County Fire Rescue held a graduation ceremony at Heritage High School to honor 88 graduates. These graduates have spent 4 to 9 months training to complete the courses of EMT, Intermediate, Paramedic or Firefighter. Congratulations and job well done graduates! Join us today and you can be one of our next graduates!
During the August 31st Graduation we honored the top students from the Paramedic, Intermediate, EMT, Firefighter, and Monroe Technology Center EMT and Firefighter programs. These students stood out as leaders among their classmates because of their academic performance and leadership. These students went above and beyond the expectations set by their instructors, by demonstrating the willingness to learn, lead, and become an example to other students.
EMT: David Delmonte, Purcellville Fire
Intermediate: David Arrington, Round Hill Fire-Rescue
Paramedic: Susan Truba, Ashburn Fire-Rescue
Firefighter: Benjamin Fielden, Sterling Fire
Monroe Technology EMT: Jessica Harris, Loudoun Rescue
Monroe Technology Firefighter: Oliver Kline
Front Row: Ben Fielden, Susan Truba, David Arrington, Jessica Harris, Deputy Chief Shank
Back Row: Assistant Chief Johnson, Assistant Chief Tobia, Oliver Kline, Chief Brower, David Delmonte