Dundee Fire Dept. honors volunteers

Fifty years ago, the Dundee Village Hall and firehouse was under construction, but Friday, Jan. 25, the meeting room was filled with members, friends, and supporters of the Dundee Fire Department and emergency squad, who gathered to recognize the completion of another year of service to the community.

Chief Jim Moore and other officers of the fire department and emergency squad reported on the activities of 2018 and presented awards for service in several categories, including:

Former chief Ray Miller presented a special gift to his son, former chief Doug Miller, who has served the department as chief four times, 1986–1987, 1996–1997, 2002–2003, and 2017–2018. The gift was an intricately decorated speaking trumpet, a long-standing symbol of leadership in a fire department.

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