Livonia Professional Firefighters
IAFF Local 1164 - Serving The City Of Livonia Since 1941
  • May 29, 2017
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  • The Livonia Fire Department Honor Guard

    About The Honor Guard

    The Mission Statement of the Livonia Fire & Rescue Honor Guard is to represent and preserve the honor, respect, and dignity of past, present, and future members of the Livonia Fire Department, and express our gratitude to surviving family members for the services of their beloved. 

    Our Duties

    The Honor Guard performs colors details at civic occasions and Fire Department events, including funeral and memorial services for Department members.

    The Honor Guard Consists Of...

    LT. Phil Kamm, Engineer Brian Kukla, Driver John Mckee, Firefighter John Sawyers, Driver Chris Fondaw, Engineer Scott Rich, Firefighter Joe Schroeder, and Firefighter Dan Haller.

    Past Events...


    Memorial Day Ceremony
    May 17, 2017

    Memorial Day

    Memorial Day Celebration

    The City of Livonia will celebrate Memorial Day at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 27, at Veterans Memorial Plaza, Farmington and Five Mile. Join the Livonia Fire Honor Guard in paying homage to those who gave their lives in service defending our nation.

    The event, hosted by American Legion Post #32, will be led by Master of Ceremonies U.S. Army Brigadier General Miles Davis of Livonia. The Keynote Speaker will be U.S. Navy Senior Chief Frederick J. Foster (retired).  The ceremony will also honor the 2016 Veteran of the Year, Dan Newton (American Legion Post #32).

    Music will be provided by the Clarenceville High School Marching Band under the direction of Christopher Kuhn and Livonia Civic Chorus under the direction of Jeff Swan.

    See you there!


    Gary Kreski Memorial 2017
    Apr 26, 2017