The Noblesville Fire Department has announced the visitation and funeral arrangements for
Senior Firefighter-Paramedic Kenneth L. Williams
Visitation: Thursday, September 18, 2014 3:00PM until 9:00PM Middletown Church of the Nazarene 698 North 5th Street Middletown, IN
Celebration of Life: Friday, September 19, 2014 Visitation 10:00AM Service 11:00AM Middletown Church of the Nazarene 698 North 5th Street Middletown, IN
Procession to Saunders Cemetery, east of Daleville.
Uniformed personnel attending the Service on Friday are asked to assemble at 10:00AM at the church.
Apparatus participating in the procession are asked to arrive at the church staging area at 9:00AM. Questions regarding the procession can be directed to the Procession Officer- Lt. John O'Neal EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunch will be served at the church after the completion of graveside service.
Orders are now being accepted for the pink ribbon breast cancer awareness shirts that Noblesville Fire Fighters will be wearing this October. In addition to the standard 50/50 short sleeve style, long sleeve, ladies, and youth sizes are available. Order yours online via the buttons below or download the attached form and deliver to Jim Butts with your payment. I you do not want your shirt delivered to a NFD Fire Station, optional shipping is available. Read More... Download: NFD BC order form.pdf
Hamilton County Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 4416 and Carmel Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 4444 collaborated in 2012 to host Fire Ops 101. Fire Ops is a one day event for elected and appointed leaders to suit up and learn what it takes for their fire fighters and paramedics to keep their communities safe.
In 2008, the FDNY allowed an NFFF film crew unprecedented access to members of that legendary department. These brave men and women shared their commitment to safe practices and courageoulsy told the stories of how they escaped death but, in some cases, not severe injury. This film, the Courage to Be Safe®: FDNY, has been viewed by tens of thousands of firefghters in the interveneing years since its release. It has garnered awards both in and outside the fire service, including being honored at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.
In October, 2010, fire service film producer Rob Maloney took his crew to Chicago to begin a second film, Courage to Be Safe®: Chicago Fire Department. Chicago Fire Commissioner Robert Hoff, impressed with the FDNY piece, requested that the NFFF do a similar proejct for Chicago. While in the Windy City, Maloney's team filmed dozens of Chicago Fire Deartment staff--all of whom tell their stories in a straight-forth and compelling manner.