Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders
The concept for the Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders (HLLL) was presented to the National Fire Heritage Center board of directors by then vice-president Bill Killen to be the "Hall of Fame" for the fire services in 2009. Following several discussions and a couple of conference calls, the board adopted the concept and established the Hall of Legends, Legacies and Leaders (HLLL). The intent and purpose of the HLLL are to provide individual recognition of significant contributions and distinguished service to the Fire and Emergency Services and Fire Protection disciplines and be known/recognized in the national and or international fire service arena.
The program was initiated in 2010 when the National Fire Heritage Center inducted ten recognized fire and emergency services icons that included Ben Franklin, John Damrell, Patrick Raymond, Charles Holloway, Charles Miles, Sveinn Eiriksson, Frank Brannigan, Peter Ganci, James Page and Howie McClennan.
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