Fire Fighter Henry Quayle received his long service and good conduct medal from Chief Fire Officer Kevin Groom at Kirk Michael Station.
The medal is in recognition of Henry’s 20 years’ exemplary service.
It recognises both the commitment of firefighters and their families for the sacrifice they make in making our communities a safer place.
Henry has served at Kirk Michael Station since June 1, 1992, and has attended a wide variety of incidents.
A fire service spokesman said: ‘He epitomises all that is good within the service and we wish him well in the rest of his career, and thank him for his continued commitment to the service.’
It was a sad farewell to Michael Collins who retired from the service on the same night.
Michael joined on April 1, 1991, and leaves having served Kirk Michael and the island for over 22 years.
Michael has attended a wide variety of incidents and he epitomised all that is good within the Service and we wish him well in his retirement, and thank him for his commitment, he will be missed by all personnel.
Above are attachment photographs showing Henry receiving his medal, and Michael receiving his Illuminated Address from the Chief Fire Officer Kevin Groom. Finally a picture of the Station Personnel including Henry, Michael, Deputy Chief Fire Officer John Murtagh and Chief Fire Officer Kevin Groom.