MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Public Information Officer, 240-508-7930
Congratulations to our graduates and remember; "SAFETY FIRST!!"
Steven Carroll Bosley
Andrew Jon Butcher, USCG
Matthew Moraes Cardoso
Michael Robert Carey
Michael Lee Clark
Joshua Leib Erlichman
Keith Brian Harbaugh
Kyle David Henderson, USCG
Charles Douglas Hess, Jr.
Joseph Patrick Ivey, Jr.
Lincoln MK Johnsen
Matthew Peter Kelsey
Michael Vincent Kopowski
Ryan Johnson Luther
Jesse Wade McCullough
Brandon Alexander Scott
Daniel Edwards Seal
Yassine Meghji Soumah
Andrew Martin Willey
Tevin Joel Williams
FIRE SUPPRESSION SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The Fire Suppression Scholastic Achievement Award is presented to an individual in each Career Recruit School who achieved the highest academic average on the fire suppression written examinations and practical evolutions.
|FIRE FIGHTER ANDREW M. WILLEY|
|FIRE FIGHTER MATTHEW M. CARDOSO|
The Instructor’s Award is presented to an individual in each Career Recruit School who has shown the highest level of personal improvement, development, and dedication during the class. In short, we identify the individual who has contributed significantly to the success of the class overall either by helping others or through self-improvement. The individual earning this award can be one with no previous experience in emergency services and progresses to an outstanding level of proficiency; or an experienced person who dedicates him or herself to assisting other class members be successful throughout Career Recruit School.
|FIRE FIGHTER LINCOLN MK JOHNSEN|
The Memorial Award is a very special recognition presented to an outstanding individual from each Career Recruit School who has displayed that rarest combination of professionalism, courage, and "espirit de corps." Such traits serve to honor their fallen comrades, and uphold the highest traditions of the Prince George’s County Fire/Emergency Medical Services Department.
FIRE CHIEF'S AWARD
|FIRE FIGHTER JESSE W. McCULLOUGH|
The Fire Chief's Award is the highest recognition for Career Recruit Schools. This award is bestowed on an individual in recognition of achievements that have made significant contributions to the graduating class. Selection criteria emphasize leadership, professional development, integrity, performance, and personal growth. This award is given to the individual who best exemplifies the conduct required of the Prince George’s County Fire/EMS Department.