In 2012 Denver Foundation's Colorado's Fire Relief Fund Grants Livermore Fire Protection District Much Needed Wildland Equipment for Our Wildland Apparatus
Wild Land Grant from Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control in 2013
20 Hose packs were granted to Livermore Fire from
Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control
Pictured from left to right Dave Herder, Gary Burk, Joel Funk, Sherry Christian and Charlie Wiechert
Thank You for Your Service- Firefighters Retire 2013
Retired Chief Gaius Reynolds
Retired Captain, Firefighter and Trustee Mike Golliher
Retired Firefighter John Higgins Years of Service 1991-2011
Livermore Fire Protection District
Thanks Gaius Reynolds, Mike Golliher and John Higgins
Their Service and Dedication There are no Words to Express our Appreciation
It was a retirement gathering that honored two members: Retired Chief Gaius Reynolds and Retired Firefighter John Higgins. Gay has served since 1995 in many capacities including LFPD Board of Director, Firefighter, and Chief. John Higgins has served since 1991 as a LFPD Firefighter and Rescuer. We had many members of the community, those who worked along side of them in and out of district and a few camrades from Red Feather Lakes Fire Protection District. Many spoke of the fond memories of the two in their volunteer capacities including John's wife Linda recalling a time that was poignant in John's service. Gay's daughter also talked about her experiences with her dad in the fire department. It was a good send off.
John and Gay may you enjoy your retirement. You both will be missed.
Mike Golliher moved from the district a few months after our gathering. Mike you also will be greatly missed. Thank you for your service and dedication.
"Well done My good and faithful servant".
Training at Colorado Lien with Glacier View, Poudre Fire Authority, Air Link and PVH
Mutual Aid Fireworks Assist at RFL
LFPD at Livermore Community Church and the children of Vacation Bible School
Abbey Evolution PPV Training
2014 Night Extrication
Why do you have those cars in front of your station? - Extrication Training