Posted On: Wednesday, May 18, 2022
On the evening of 14 May 2022 a large gathering of past and present firefighters, family, friends and town representatives met at the Marsh Street Centre in Clarksburg to honour and thank six long standing Town of The Blue Mountains Volunteer Firefighters. Over the past 24 months six firefighters have retired from the department. Retirees include Dave Dick [12 years of service], Steve Stavely [32 years of service], Tom Watts [30 years of service], Randy Osborne [34 years of service], Cam Kennedy [10 years of service] and Chris Allen [12 years of service],.
Said Matt Cox, President of the Volunteer Firefighters Association: “After nearly two years and several COVID-19 related false starts, we were finally able to give these guys the send off they deserve. They have given so much of their time responding to calls, in public education and events, and in training up new firefighters. They will not easily be replaced.”
Presentations were given by Town CAO Shawn Everitt, Fire Chief Steve Conn, and members of the Town of The Blue Mountains Firefighters Association. A common theme was sincere gratitude for their commitment to the fire service and community. Chief Conn also acknowledged the support and sacrifice made by the families of the firefighters as their loved ones were called away, in many cases at inopportune times, to keep the community and its residents safe.
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