South Dundas recognizes firefighters for service milestones 

Above, Pictured from left, Donald VanHoof, Les Crawford, Allan Brunt, Cole Veinotte, Mayor Steven Byvelds, Chief Cameron Morehouse, Bryan Holmes, Trevor Riopelle, Chris Paulino, Scott Verhey and Ray Hunter. Courtesy photo

SOUTH DUNDAS — South Dundas Fire and Emergency Services hosted the annual recognition and awards dinner on October 5. The event recognized the milestones of service from several of our local firefighters. 

Members from the Morrisburg Station included, Cole Veinotte, five years; Zachary McMillan, five years; Alan Garlough, five years; and Dave Nicolaassen, 20 years. 

Iroquois members were, Les Crawford, five years; Bryan Homes, 10 years; Chris Paulino, 10 years; Trevor Riopelle, 15 years; Scott Verhey, 15 years; Ray Hunter, 25 years; Shawn Markell, 25 years; and John Cooke, 30 years. 

Williamsburg members included, Sheldon Myers, five years; Donald VanHoof, 20 years; and Allan Brunt, 40 years. 

“We are fortunate to have such dedicated first responders working here in South Dundas. Our firefighters have made their community a priority, making sure they play a part in keeping it safe for everyone,” said Mayor Steven Byvelds. “This event gives us a chance to show how much we appreciate what our first responders do.” 

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