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Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: 321-567-3800
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City Annual Awards

CITY ANNUAL AWARDS

As one of the City of Titusville's areas of emphasis--fostering a positive work environment for its employees--city employees are selected annually to receive awards for achievements or acts in specific areas.  Nominations are generated from among all levels of employees and all departments throughout our city government.  This site is dedicated to recognizing employees of Titusville Fire and Emergency Services who were honored as recipients of these city-wide awards. 

2015

Senior Fire Inspector II Mark Whorton
 
Department Employee of the Year Award

Awarded to a member of the department who, during the past year, has made the most significant contribution to the mission and goals of the department.
                            
 
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Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Department
 
Mayor's Award for Community Spirit
 
The Mayor presents an award for Community Spirit to
an employee or non-employee in recognition of their involvement
with the City.  This award is bestowed upon an agency, an employee, a volunteer, a member of a board or commission, or an outstanding citizen who excels in the spirit of volunteerism and citizenship in service to the City
ISO Rating-Class 3 - 2015
 
Battalion Chief Chris Threlkeld
Lieutenant David Higginbotham
Firefighter William Wiegert


Grace Under Fire Award

The G.U.F. Award is presented to an employee that is particularly good at remaining calm and professional in a stressful situation.  This award recipient displays patience, wisdom and professionalism when dealing with difficulties.









Lieutenant David Higginbotham


Battalion Chief Chris Threlkeld











Firefighter William Wiegert

2014

Life Safety Specialist Heather Gilmore
 
Outstanding Employee Award
 

 
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Firefighter Tommy Duncan & Firefighter Michael Schettino
 
City of Service Award
 
The City of Service award recognizes an employee or group for service to our community. This award is presented for an act or effort, well beyond normal job expectations, to provide service to the public, which rings great credit to all city workers. The award recipient in this category will have made a significant impact on a member of the public or public group through personal involvement and extraordinary effort.
Schettino
Duncan


2013

Lieutenant Phillip Jones
Grace Under Fire Award

 
The G.U.F. award is presented to an employee that is particularly good at remaining calm and professional in a stressful situation. This award recipient displays patience, wisdom and professionalism when dealing with difficulties.
Phil Jones
Logistics Coordinator Frank Canada
City Manager's Award

 
The City Manager's Award is presented to an employee for accomplishments in building unity/harmony of the workforce spanning divisions/departments to create better working relationships. This could be evident through effective communication, information sharing, joint problem solving, consensus decision-making and/or cooperation.
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Driver-Operator/Paramedic Josh Hall
Extra Mile Award

 
The Extra Mile Award is presented to an employee who shows extra effort and superior performance on a specific project, task force or routine assignment.  This award also recognizes outstanding contribution to accomplish team goals, objectives and quality service.
Josh Hall
Clerical Assistant Ruth Miller
Department Employee of the Year

 
Awarded to a member of the department who, during the past year, has made the most significant contribution to the mission and goals of the department.
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2011

Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Department

MAYOR'S COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

The Mayor presents an award for Community Spirit to an employee or non-employee in recognition of their involvement with the City.  This award is bestowed upon an agency, an employee, a volunteer, a member of a board or commission, or an outstanding citizen who excels in the spirit of volunteerism and citizenship in service to the City

Outside of their normal responsibilities, the employees of the Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Department excel in the spirit of volunteerism and citizenship in service to the City and its citizens.  TFES employees are always willing to help and in 2011 were involved with community volunteer programs such as: the Toys for Tots, Shop with a Cop, preparing and serving the Community dinners at the Social Services Center; and with fundraising activities for worthy causes, such as: Saint s and M.D.A., the Torch Run for Special Olympics, Run for the Cure and others. 

Our department’s motto: Service doesn’t come from a manual—it comes from the heart, is taken to heart and is further exemplified by the individual acts our employees displayed over the past year that were well beyond their job responsibilities—they didn’t wait for a tone to go off to display exemplary citizenship.  Some of these included sharing their dinner meals with citizens they had run on previously who didn’t have enough to eat, filling the gas tanks of people who had run out of gas and were stranded, capturing pets who were running loose and in danger of being injured and reuniting them their owners, buying nuts and bolts with their own money and returning to fix minor problems discovered during annual inspections, contacting family members of disabled citizens and helping them with arrangements to return home or making arrangements for the installation of safety rails and devices for the elderly. 

Whether they are a part of larger community causes or individual acts of kindness and compassion, the members of Titusville Fire and Emergency services go above and beyond in actions that exemplify the spirit of volunteerism and citizenship among our citizens.

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2009 

Battalion Chief Chris Threlkeld

TRAINING AWARD

The Training Award is presented to an employee, or group of employees, for their effort to train others or to become trained in a field that greatly benefits the City.  Whether being the trainer or becoming trained, this award recipient has used education to improve the overall knowledge base of the City.  A key consideration in the selection of this award recipient is an evaluation of how their training has been used to assist other employees or improve the overall effectiveness of City workers.

Chris Threlkeld
 

Fire Inspector Mark Whorton

CITY OF SERVICE AWARD

The City of Service award recognizes an employee or group for service to our community.  This award is presented for an act or effort, well beyond normal job expectations, to provide service to the public, which rings great credit to all city workers.  The award recipient in this category will have made a significant impact on a member of the public or public group through personal involvement and extraordinary effort.

 Whorton-2005

2008

None

2007

 

 EMS/Training Chief Robert Allard
TRAINING AWARD

The Training Award is presented to an employee, or group of employees, for their effort to train others or to become trained in a field that greatly benefits the City.  Whether being the trainer or becoming trained, this award recipient has used education to improve the overall knowledge base of the City.  A key consideration in the selection of this award recipient is an evaluation of how their training has been used to assist other employees or improve the overall effectiveness of City workers. 
 

 Allard-Robert

Titusville Fire and Emergency Service Combat Division and the Titusville Police Department Communications/Dispatching Center
GRACE UNDER FIRE AWARD

The G.U.F. award is presented to an employee that is particularly good at remaining calm and professional in a stressful situation.  This award recipient displays patience, wisdom and professionalism when dealing with difficulties. 

 

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Fire Dept. Emblem-Master Volunteer Logo

Battalion Chief Scott Gaenicke
CITY MANAGER'S AWARD


 
The City Manager's Award is presented to an employee for accomplishments in building unity/harmony of the workforce spanning divisions/departments to create better working relationships. This could e evident through effective communication, information sharing, joint problem solving, consensus decision-making and/or cooperation.
Gaenicke

 

2006

None

2005

Fire Marshal/Interim Community Development Director Charles Bogle

CITY MANAGER'S AWARD

The City Manager's Award is presented to an employee, group, or individual for accomplishments in building unity/harmony of the workforce spanning divisions/departments to create better working relations.  This could be evident through effective community, information hsaring, joint problem solving, consensus decision-making, and/or cooperation.

 Fire Marshal Chuck Bogle

 

 Life Safety Specialist Reginald Belle

EXTRA MILE AWARD

The Extra Mile Award is presented to an employee or group of employees that show extra effort and superior performance on a specific project, task force, or routine assignment.  This award also recognizes outstanding contribution to accomplish team goals, objectives, and quality service.

 Reggie Belle

 

2004

 

 Administrative Assistant Kathy Mosley

OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEE AWARD - 2004

The Outstanding Employee Award is presented to an employee, or employee group, who brings acclaim to themselves, a division or department of the City, or the City.  This award recognizes employees who extra effort and long hours has performed work well beyond normal job expectations.  This award recipient brings credit to all City employees through their high energy and level of performance.

 Mosley

 

 Emergency Manager Richard Talbert/City Emergency Management Team :
Hurrcane Season 2004

OUTSTANDING LEADER AWARD - 2004

The Outstanding Leader Award recognizes an employee or group of employees, regardless of rank, that takes on the leadership role of a task or project.  This award will honor an employee, or group of employees that step forward to accomplish any task they are given.

                                                    

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 Life Safety Specialist Reggie Belle

TRAINING AWARD - 2004

The Training Award is presented to an employee, or group of employees, for their efforts to train others or to become trained in a field that greatly benefits the City.  Whether being the trainer or becoming trained, this award recipient has used education to improve the overall knowledge base of the City.  A key consdieration in the selection of this award recipient is an evaluation of how their training has been used to assist other employees or improve the over effetiveness of City workers.

 Reggie Belle

 

 Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Community Volunteers

MAYOR'S AWARD - 2004

The Mayor presents an award for Community Spirit to an employee or non-employee in recognition of their involvement with the City.  This award is bestowed upon an agency, an employee, a volunteer, a member of a board or commission, or an outstanding citizen who excels in the spirit of volunteerism and citizenship in service to the City.

 Volunteer Emblem

 2003

 

 

Fire Chief Richard Talbert, Training Chief Alex Kracun, Lieutenant Bill Feagan, Lieutenant Daryle Blankenship, Lieutenant Jack Kimmel, Lieutenant Jerry Ford, Driver-Operator David Higginbotham

TRAINING AWARD - 2003

The Training Award is presented to an employee, or group of employees, for their efforts to train others or to become trained in a field that greatly benefits the City.  Whether being the trainer or becoming trained, this award recipient has used education to improve the overall knowledge base of the City.  A key consideration in the selection of this award recipient is an evaluation of how their training has been used to assist other employees or improve the over effetiveness of City workers.

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