The City Council issued a certificate of recognition at the October 28, 2019 city council meeting recognizing the service of Haltom City Animal Services Officer Bethany Morris. Officer Morris was recognized for her sacrifice of personal time and resources at the Haltom City Animal Services Facility and also for recently assisting in the reunification of a cat with its owner after 2 years of separation!
The presentation at the October 28th council meeting can be seen below.
(L>R) Council Member Gaye Vanzant, AS Officer Bethany Morris & Mayor An Truong.
The Haltom City Fire Department was recently approached by the Haltom Senior Center about recognizing the military veterans that currently serve as firefighters for the City of Haltom City.
During the October 14, 2019 Council Meeting, the city recognized three HCFD members who are military veterans: Lt. Chris Anderson, Firefighter/Paramedic Paul Briscoe, and Lt. Joe Brewer. Lt. Anderson served in the United States Navy with the Seabees and rose to the rank of Master Chief. Firefighter/Paramedic Paul Briscoe served in the United States Navy as a combat medic assigned to the United States Marine Corps. Lt. Joe Brewer served in the United States Army and was an Army Ranger serving in various locations including Columbia, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
The city salutes the service and sacrifice of all of its military veterans.
The presentation at the October 14th council meeting can be seen below.
(L>R) Mayor An Truong, Fire Lt. Chris Anderson & Deputy Fire Chief Fred Napp. Firefighter/Paramedic Paul Briscoe, and Lt. Joe Brewer were unable to attend.