Brevard County Fire Rescue Firefighter Will Lilienthal Retirements After 27-Years Serving the Community

has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 27 years

Brevard County Fire Rescue Firefighter/Paramedic Will Lilienthal, left, is congratulated and wished a happy and healthy retirement by BCFR Chief Mark Schollmeyer. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Fire Rescue congratulated and wished a happy and healthy retirement to Firefighter/Paramedic Will Lilienthal of BCFR Station 40-B Shift.

“Will has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 27 years, working many stations and assignments including our Hazmat/Special Operations,” said BCFR Chief Mark Schollmeyer.

“Brevard County Fire Rescue thanks Will for his service and wishes him good luck in his future endeavors.”

Founded in 1984, Brevard County Fire Rescue is committed to be recognized as “best in class,” delivering the highest level of service to our residents and guests, today and every day.

“Our mission is to meet and exceed the needs of our community through the highest level of emergency response and prevention services.”

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Brevard County Fire Rescue Firefighter/Paramedic Will Lilienthal, second from right, has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 27 years, working many stations and assignments including our Hazmat/Special Operations. (BCFR image)
Brevard County Fire Rescue Firefighter/Paramedic Will Lilienthal, right, has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 27 years, working many stations and assignments including our Hazmat/Special Operations. (BCFR image)

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