BROUSSARD, La – On January 10, Administrative Assistant to the Fire Chief Kasie Quebedeaux was presented a 12-year appreciation of service and dedication to the Broussard Fire Department award as she leaves to take a promotion with the City of Broussard.
Mayor Ray Bourque also attended the Broussard Fire Department business meeting to support two firemen who were promoted to Lieutenant. Firefighter Josiah Atkins and Firefighter Kale LeBlanc were both promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and will join the other officers in running the department.
Learn more at http://broussardfire.org/.
About The Broussard Fire Department:
Broussard FD protects the great City of Broussard as well as areas of Lafayette and St. Martin Parishes. The dept. responds to structure fires and alarms, wrecks with injuries and extrication, medical calls, hazardous materials, and any other special situation that may arise. The Broussard area is considered the fastest growing in the State of Louisiana. The dept. is faced with the growing pains of the area and has embraced this opportunity. It will continue to provide the public with A+ service and the commitment that they deserve. Currently, the dept. holds an I.S.O rating of Class 4, operating 11 pieces of apparatus out of 3 stations. BFD also responds on automatic and mutual aid with Youngsville and Milton Fire Departments. Additionally, the dept. assists the other departments in the parish if need be on a second alarm.