On the evening of Monday March 25 th , 2019 members of all station of the Loudoun County Combined
Fire and Rescue system all attended graduation at Heritage High School. 24 graduates where honored
for completing over 350 educational hours and becoming certified firefighters. 8 graduates completed
over 120 hours of class room education and became certified Emergency Medical Responders. 22
graduates completing over 200 hours of class room education. All the students also put in multiple
added hours at home and at the station studying and practicing skills, running duty crews, and running
calls. All this hard work and dedication all while still working normal jobs, attending high school or
higher education, and spending time with family and friends. A big shout out to everyone who
supported the graduates.
Leesburg Volunteer Fire Co. 1/20 was honored to have a total of 8 graduates.
Joshua Ohanian-Firefighter I & II
Below: LCCFR System Chief Johnson with some of the graduates from LVFC.
Below: Loudoun County Administrator Tim Hemstreet, Members of the Loudoun County Board of
Supervisors, and LCCFR System Chief with the top students for each class that graduated. IncludingLVFC’s very own Nicholas Mets.