Kyle Jensen / The Record — The new South Whidbey Fire/EMS lieutenants from left to right: Jeff Cravy, Jon Gabelein, Tom Gideon, Chuck Baker, Anne Collins and Brent Davison.

KUDOS | Fire district announces new lieutenants

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2017 10:00am
  • Life

South Whidbey residents might see new people wearing red lieutenant fire helmets.

South Whidbey Fire/EMS has promoted six volunteers to lieutenant positions after they their successful completion of the district’s officer development program. The position is a step below captain, and entails managing fire stations and volunteers.

“Some volunteers have gone away over time, so we had a bunch of open positions,” Chief Rusty Palmer said. “We have some good people stepping into those roles.”

The new lieutenants are: Jon Gabelein, station 31; Brent Davison, station 32; Anne Collins, station 33; Chuck Baker, station 34; Tom Gideon, station 36; Jeff Cravy, EMS division lieutenant.

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