WFRD staffer is recognized by Governor Youngkin

Drew DeHaven

Governor Glenn Youngkin reports the recognition of Winchester Fire and Rescue Department (WFRD) staffer Adam Small.

The recognition came while Governor Youngkin was attending the annual Virginia Fire Chiefs Association Expo and symposium.

The Governor recognized and awarded several Virginia Firefighters.

Still is responsible for facilitating a recruit class, overseeing the incumbent training, and managing the transition of recruits to field operations at WFRD.

As a WFRD staffer Still is heavily involved with development of the active assailant program, and mass casualty incident training as well.

Still is also responsible for the Department’s first aid CPR courses offered to city employees and some private business.

A total of 11 awards were handed out by the governor for both individual firefighters as well as fire departments across Virginia from Winchester to Virginia Beach.

In the Governor’s remarks Youngkin acknowledged the incredible contributions made by first responders and support staff.

For a full list of those receiving recognition and awards click here.

Youngkin referenced the recent Loudoun County tragedy and loss of firefighter Trevor Brown during his talk at the symposium.

Governor Youngkin commended and showed his gratitude to those fearless heroes who turn towards danger to protect and serve their fellow Virginians every day.

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