Vernon Fire Rescue Services Chief David Lind (right) greets his team’s two newest employees: firefighter Cody Grier and emergency program coordinator Sue Saunders. (City of Vernon photo)

Vernon Fire Rescue Services staff grows by two

Firefighter, emergency program coordinator hired by City of Vernon

Two new faces have joined Vernon Fire Rescue Services.

The City of Vernon has announce Sue Saunders and Cody Grier have joined the VFRS team.

“Both Sue and Cody possess skills and abilities which will serve the department and the public very well in the years to come,” said Chief David Lind.

Saunders is filling a key role providing the coordination of the city’s emergency program, which includes Emergency Support Services (ESS).

Grier is a frontline firefighter.

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