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Roderick Garcia

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LAFD

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Employment History

sistant Fire Chief, Retired

Los Angeles County


sistant Fire Chief, Retired

Los Angeles Fire Department


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The Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce - Newsletter: View

www.shermanoakschamber.org [cached]

Featured speaker is Chief Rick Garcia, of the LAFD, who will talk about emergency preparedness.


www.lamonitor.com

Three small fires broke out within minutes of each other at the North Mesa Stables Tuesday afternoon, but were quickly extinguished by the Los Alamos Fire Department, according to LAFD battalion chief Richard Garcia and Fire Marshal Bryan Nickerson.
John SeveranceLAFD Battallion Chief Richard Garcia speaks with a horse owner near where one of the fires burned Tuesday at North Mesa Stables. LAFD Battallion Chief Richard Garcia speaks with a horse owner near where one of the fires burned Tuesday at North Mesa Stables. Previous Play Next Garcia said there were three spot fires, including a brush fire, a grass fire and another started with wood chips. "All the fires are out," Garcia said.


www.latimes.com

Roderick Garcia, left, assistant chief of the Los Angeles Fire Department's training division, talks with Battalion Chief Patrick Butler, who disagrees with the proposed cuts, saying it would compromise safety. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times / March 9, 2010)


The Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce - Newsletter: View

www.shermanoakschamber.org [cached]

Special Mailings: Issue #15 - Lunch with Chief Rick Garcia
What's in this Issue: · Everyone's Welcome! EVERYONE'S WELCOME! Everyone's Welcome to Lunch with Chief Rick Garcia Los Angeles Fire Department A 29-year veteran, Rick Garcia is currently the Division 3 Commander and responsible for LAFD emergency services for the entire San Fernando Valley. He's a recipient of the LAFD Medal of Valor, the department's highest award for bravery.


www.eliteswiftwater.com

On Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 6:24 PM, six Companies of Los Angeles Firefighters, two LAFD Rescue Ambulances, one Heavy Rescue, one Urban Search and Rescue Unit, two LAFD Helicopters, one EMS Battalion Captain, one Battalion Chief Officer Command Team and two Swift Water Rescue Teams under the direction of Assistant Chief Roderick Garcia responded to a Swift Water Rescue near 16721 Sherman Way in West Van Nuys.


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