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P. O. Box 2806, (32781-2806)
550 S. Washington Avenue
Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: 321-567-3800
Hours: ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday
The City of Titusville, Florida / Fire & Emergency Services / Employee Recognition / City Employee of the Month (Fire Dept. Employees)

City Employee of the Month (Fire Department Employee Designees)

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 CITY EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH AWARD

The City Employee of the Month designation is awarded to a City employee or group of employees whose actions or achievements go above and beyond their job responsibilities and also exemplify our City's motto "City of Service". 

This site is dedicated to those Fire and Emergency Service employees who actions merited elevated recognition to a city-wide level. 

FEBRUARY 2013
 
While on light duty, Firefighter Shaun Fisher was assigned a project to develop a Life Safety/Public Education Primer. This was a multi-focused project, which involved researching and gathering basic public education data on a multitude of life safety topics. This primer would be used as the foundation for basic training aids and for reference data used to develop other public education aids, such as power point presentations, brochures, handouts, etc.

He undertook the task with enthusiasm and precision. Within a two-week period, he compiled a 160-page document that not only encompassed the specific areas he was tasked with, but he also expanded upon some of the topics, providing information that was even more valuable. Shaun did a great job of formatting the information and included charts and pictorials to supplement the information compiled. To illustrate how professional and comprehensive his completed work was, a review of the draft document required only the insertion of two words to clarify a point. He did a truly remarkable job of providing us with a polished document than can—and will—be used in a variety of ways to enhance our public education efforts.

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APRIL 2013
Firefighter/Paramedic Olivier Harper was nominated by one of his peers regarding his quick thinking. On Sunday December 16th, 2012 Oliver was one of the many responders to a possible structure fire located in Titusville. While on scene doing a check of multiple living units, Oliver recognized the signs of heat within one of the units. Oliver made entry with his co-worker and subsequently found an unresponsive person within the structure. The victim was quickly removed from the hazardous environment and immediate medical attention was rendered by others at the scene.  The individual did survive the incident and Olivier’s training and quick actions were attributed to have a definite impact on the positive outcome for this individual.
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FEBRUARY 2014
 
Frank was nominated as Employee of the Month for February 2014 due to his untiring work and great management and leadership skills while working with the Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Honor Guard Unit as their Commander.
 
With lots of tenacity and hard work he was able to enhance the level of performance of our Honor Guard.  His attention to detail was evidenced in the precision executed by the Honor Guard both at our department’s 100 Year Anniversary ceremonies on December 6, 2013 and at the 37th Scottish Highland Games in Winter Springs on January 18, 2014.
 
At the Scottish Highland Games, our Honor Guard Unit was in the forefront to lead all the color units and their pipe bands onto the field.  This ceremony of units carrying the national flags of the U.S., Scotland and Canada signaled the opening of the Games.  This is the 2nd year that the Honor Guard has participated and the first year wearing its Kennedy tartan kilts.  The Honor Guard has also performed Orlando Magic games and recently was invited to Scotland to perform.
 
Frank inspired the group with pride in the mission and themselves.
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