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File #: TMP-2698    Version: 1 Name: Presentation of Fire and Life Safety Excellence Award
Type: Ceremonial Status: Ceremonial
File created: 4/13/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/15/2018 Final action:
Title: Presentation of the Farmers Branch Fire Department's 2018 Fire and Life Safety Excellence Award
Sponsors: Steve Parker
Attachments: 1. Life and Safety Award.pdf
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Presentation of the Farmers Branch Fire Department's 2018 Fire and Life Safety Excellence Award

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BACKGROUND:
In February 2014, the Farmers Branch Fire and Life Safety Excellence Award was created to recognize a Farmers Branch building engineer or director of operations who exemplifies the highest commitment to the protection of life and property by ensuring a safe work environment for citizens and emergency responders.
The building engineer or director of operations is often the key liaison to the fire department in the event of building evacuations, annual fire prevention inspections, medical emergencies, and more importantly, during building construction and remodel projects.
An award nomination committee was selected, comprised of chief officers, to review an engineer's or director of operations past performance. Nominees for this award were submitted to the awards nomination committee. Each nomination was well deserving of this award, as they exemplified the skills and outstanding collaborative cohesiveness with city officials and fire prevention personnel.
The Farmers Branch Fire Department is very proud to announce Ms. Angela Keefer as the recipient for the 2018 "Fire and Life Safety Excellence Award".
Angela Keefer is the Director of Operations for Parish Episcopal School, located at 4101 Sigma Rd. Angela has been in the industry and with Parish Episcopal School for over 9 years. Angela currently spends most of her time maintaining a 4-story, grades 3-12 educational occupancy within the City of Farmers Branch on 56 acres. She manages an annual budget of $1.8 million. This includes supervision of 7 maintenance staff. She also oversees the Farmers Branch Police Officers that serves the school.
Angela is also responsible for coordinating the use of the buildings and grounds by others in the metroplex community. In the past, she has coordinated over 1,000 members of the Episcopal organization for an annual meeting, Feed My Starving Childr...

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