Millet Fire Chief Wins Award

Pipestone Flyer

    The ‘Fire Services Exemplary Service’ is a medal created in 1985 by the Canadian Monarch-In-Council to recognize members of recognized Canadian Fire Services who had served for 20 years, ten years of which have been served in the performance of duties involving potential risks.

    On May 26, 2014, Millet Fire Chief Blair Mohr was presented with this medal for his 20 years of service to the fire department.  Blair Mohr has been with the Millet Fire Department since February, 1996 (17 years) and has served in the department as Firefighter – Captain – Deputy Chief and now Chief.

    He also served 3 years with the Entwistle, AB fire department as Firefighter. These years in total represent twenty years of dedicated and exemplary service.

    His knowledge of the fire service is an excellent resource for the newer officers, and he serves as an excellent role model to all members, attending most all fire calls, M.V.Cs and medical assists.

    Due to his exemplary service and dedication in the volunteer fire service, all members of the department know that Mr. Blair Mohr is more than deserving on receiving the Fire Service Exemplary Service medal.

 

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