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Recent Fire Department News
Fire Department personnel were recently named "Team of the Month" by the Town of Silver City Social Committee for helping rescue trapped students due to recent high rivers on a camping trip earlier this year.
Silver City Fire Department Ropes Team: Aric Ray, Rob McGrath, David Gonzales, Daniel Hernandez, and Tim Heidrick.
Silver City Fire Department personnel participating in the "Fill the Boot" event at Walmart where money is collected for "Jerry's Kids".
The fire department has been participating in this annual fundraiser since1994. Over the years they have collected $48,303 and this year (2013), collected $3,200. SCFD Engineer Adam White, who coordinates this event, stated, " I just want to express my gratitude to those donating and supporting this event year in and out. This is what makes this community a great place to live.
Members of the Silver City Fire Department, Silver Police Department and Grant County Sheriffs Department are seen here prior to competing in the Battle of Badges Blood Drive.
The event was held at local Walmart Store in an effort to encourage members as well as the community to assist United Blood Services of Las Cruces meet their goal of 100 pints of blood donated.
Deputy Chief Fell was the first to offer a donation of blood.
Chief Bencomo addressing fire personnel on December 19, 2012, at Annual Awards Ceremony:
Probationary Firefighters reciting the FireFighter Oath of Office.
Pictured are Preston Johnson and Zack Armijo
Personnel bow their heads as a prayer is said for Johnson and Armijo
Firefigher Jerry O'Neal and Engineer/ParamedicTommy Chavez with Medal of Gallantry awards given to them for saving an unconscious man and dog from a trailer fire in the summer of 2012.
Eugene Rodriguez named 2012 Firefighter of the Year. Rodriguez also recieved a certificate for being promoted earlier this year to Driver/Operator and obtained his Fire Officer 2 citation bar.
Captain Eloy Medina with family who celebrated his 20 years of service with the fire department. Captain Medina will offically retire April 29, 2013, his last day on shift February 9, 2013. Congratulations on your years of service with the Town of Silver City and the Silver City Fire Department.
Captain Medina with retirement cake from family and fire personnel.
Personnel from the Silver City Fire Department recently attended the New Mexico Fire Chief's Conference in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Attendees sat in on numerous workshops and also had the privilege to hear different presentations from various Chiefs from throughout the country.
Pictured above are Assistant Fire Chief Tim Heidrick, Fire Captain Lance Horton and Fire Chief Rudy Bencomo.
Silver City Fire Captain Gabriel Gutierrez was honored Friday by Gov. Susana Martinez for his outstanding efforts as incident commander for the Quail Ridge Fire, which ultimately destroyed 13 homes in the Silver Acres neighborhood in March of this year.
Martinez presented Gutierrez with the Governor's Outstanding New Mexico Public Service Award in a small, casual ceremony with Gutierrez's family and friends present.
"Capt. Gutierrez made critical decisions that saved lives," Martinez said. "The damage from the fire was tragic, but without Capt. Gutierrez's outstanding work, we know that it could have been much worse. I join the people of the Silver City area in thanking him for his exceptional leadership as incident commander. Capt. Gutierrez is a true example of a public servant who has gone above and beyond the call of duty. I admire your courage and I am grateful to you, Be safe in the next fire you fight."