Shriners award two Livermore Fire Protection District volunteers medal of honor

The Shriners of El Jebel in Denver hosted an honor breakfast Oct. 14 to pay tribute to those who put their lives on the line on behalf of our communities and country.

Chiefs and Commanders of many departments and agencies along the Front Range are asked to select members of their departments they feel are worthy of special recognition. Chief Gay Reynolds from the Livermore Fire Protection District selected Dave Herder and Mike Golliher to receive this honor.

Mike Golliher has been a member of LFPD since 1997 and completed his training in that year. He’s a captain, supervises all engine operations, and is responsible to see that all apparatus are in good working condition. His personality lends an air of confidence to all situations, according to Reynolds.

Dave Herder joined LFPD in June 2002 and completed his wild land and EMT-B training in the same year. Since joining the department he’s consistently responded to the majority of calls as lead EMT. He has trained LFPD members in CPR and renewals and also teaches CPR training for Front Range Community College.

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