Save-A-Life Club Recognition Program
The Bullard Save-A-Life Club is a reward and recognition program for firefighters who save a civilian life or escape a life-threatening situation while using a Bullard Thermal Imager.
Fire departments inducted into the Bullard Save-A-Life Club are honored with a local award ceremony, at which rescuers receive distinctive military-style medals mounted in personalized shadow boxes, along with service ribbons, certificates and uniform patches that commemorate the life-saving event. Department leaders, local funding leaders and TI trainers receive personalized recognition gifts as well. Members of the local media are invited to cover the event.
If firefighters in your department have saved a life while using a Bullard TI, be sure to submit your story for proper recognition. Click here for a list of current members of the Bullard Save-A-Life Club.
The Bullard Save-A-Life Club provides local recognition for departments whose firefighters have saved a life while using a Bullard TI. Distinctive giveaways include military style medals, personalized certificates and uniform patches.
May 28, 2017
Department: Manatee County Search and Rescue
Location: Parrish, Florida
Commander Jared Leggett, Logistics Officer Sheena Leggett, Training Officer Michael Dvorack, and K9 Kanin
December 12, 2016
Member: Mike Stromberg
Department: Joliet Fire Dept.
Location: Joliet, Illinois
John Merriman – Captain
Brian Baudek – Apparatus Operator
April 24, 2016
Department: Marion County Fire Rescue
Location: Ocala, Florida
Firefighters: Lieutenant Robert Kruger, Lieutenant Bob Walsh, Engineer Michael Hoover, Engineer Daniel Tew, Firefighter/EMT Charles Carey, and Firefighter/EMT Levi Nevels