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Shreveport Fire Department graduates the 60th Fire Basic Training Class

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The Shreveport Fire Department will have a Graduation Ceremony for the 60th Fire Basic Training Class Thursday evening at the Calvary Shreveport located at 9333 Linwood Avenue. The keynote speaker will be Dr. J. Durell Tuberville. There will be 22 firefighters graduating from the class who have successfully certified as Firefighter I & II in accordance with National Fire Protection Association Standards. The have also been trained as Emergency Medical Technicians.

The Shreveport Fire Department also trained a firefighter from the St. Landry Parish Fire District #3. Here is the list of graduates:

  • Demetria Burns
  • Jordan Hollins
  • Austin Harrell
  • Clark Jackson
  • Cody Roan
  • Jacob Fredieu
  • D'Andreas Clark
  • Sharod Murray
  • Keaton Dunn
  • Tyler Farris
  • Saadiq Muslim
  • Lane Thurman
  • TraJaun White
  • Joshua McRae
  • Rickey Douglas
  • Fernando Gonzalez
  • James Ivey
  • Blair Bullard
  • Quartez Buck-Jackson
  •  Lucas Owen
  • James Haltom
  • Christian Duplechain (St. Landry Parish Fire Dist. #3)

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