Riverside County Professional Firefighters Benevolent Fund In Support of our fellow CALFIRE L2881 Members All In Kind & Membership Giving Fund are held at Firefighters First Credit Union 100% of funds donated to the RCPFBF In Kind go to assist the individual or causes named, to make a In Kind donati...
#calfirelocal2881 members from Station 88 in Indio (Riverside Unit) with the film crew from @aetv who will be imbedded with the #firefighters through July to film for #LiveRescue and highlight our #AllRisk Fire Department. 🚒🎥 Check it out on Monday nights! . . . @calfireriversidel2881 @the_old_16th @calfirerru #CALFIREservingCA #livetv #Firedepartment #StrengthInUnity #calfirel2881rvc #teamwork #hardwork #indio #riverside ... See MoreSee Less
This is #CALFIREservingCA! Great job @battalion1rvc for going above and beyond. This is what is means to be a #PublicServant! 👏🏻👏🏻 #calfirelocal2881 #community #FirstResponder #firefighter #StrengthInUnity #calfirel2881rvc #battalion1 #GoingAboveAndBeyond #AllRisk #MyCalFire #dedication @chief_miller_ @californiafirefighter @cafirefighters #Repost @battalion1rvc ・・・ Today, Q90 responded to an elderly male that had a syncopal episode while helping his son improve his house by putting in 3000 sqft of sod. He was transported to a local hospital. Due to the amount of work the son had to do, we decided to return back to his house with some extra help from the guys at #headquarters to finish the job. Thanks for all the help #battalion1rvc #3176 . #community #elbarriosbravest @cityofperris @calfirerru @calfire @calfireriversidel2881 @calfirelocal2881 ... See MoreSee Less
What’s your CAL FIRE look like? Want a career doing this? Currently excepting applications for FireFighter/Paramedic jobs.ca.gov CAL FIRE: Riverside Oh thank Heaven for Battalion 7. Thank you for these pictures depicting our mission. The City of Indio contracts with CAL FIRE to provide fire and ems responses in the city. #calfire #mycalfire #b7 #indio #allhazard #recruitment #career #aggressivepositivity @ Indio, California ... See MoreSee Less
Today in 2011, we lost #FIreApparatusEngineer & #Paramedic David Garrett Lezchuck after a battle with job-related cancer.
*** David began his firefighting career on June 21, 1985, as a Firefighter I fir the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (now CAL FIRE). David accepted a position as a Firefighter II Paramedic on Sept 11, 2006, within the Riverside Unit. On October 8, 2007, David promoted to the rank of Fire Apparatus Engineer Paramedic. David was a devoted son, brother, father and hero. He filled those roles well and was especially proud of his firefighting family. David graduated first in his firefighting class and shared his Paramedic skills by teaching EMS classes throughout the State. He was an avid sportsman playing soccer and baseball. David was a member of the CAL FIRE Local 2881 Honor Guard. As a last wish, David, as a member of the CAL FIRE Honor Guard entry, proudly was wheeled through the 2011 Rose Bowl Parade. David succumbed to Cardio-Pulmonary arrest as a result of Brain Cancer at the age of 44.