Photo/Story Gallery 2004

FHP Honored at First Responder Fair

Lieutenant Reyes, Troopers Wigfall, Fletcher, and Rich receiving the plaques for appreciation of public service from members of the West Boca Medical Hospital staff.West Boca Medical Center honored the Florida Highway Patrol, along with local fire and police departments and other first responder agencies at a special community First Responder Fair held on August 7, 2004. Members of each agency were recognized for their bravery and compassion in the jobs they do every day.

Pictured left, Lieutenant Roger J. Reyes, Troopers J.R. Wigfall, Christopher Fletcher, and Paul Rich receive the plaques for appreciation of public service from members of the West Boca Medical Hospital staff.

FHP's LAV-150, Mercury Marauder, Mazda Miata, and Mustang Steeda on display for the public to see.At the event, medical center staff gave the Florida Highway Patrol two plaques, one for the Davie district and the other for the Lantana district, in appreciation for their hard work and public service. Both plaques will be proudly displayed in the respective stations.

Pictured right, FHP’s LAV-150, Mercury Marauder, Mazda Miata, and Mustang Steeda on display for the public to see.

FHP was a big hit at the fair with its LAV-150 (Light Armored Vehicle) and other vehicles, including a Mercury Marauder, Mazda Miata and Mustang Steeda–all on display for the public. Troopers were on hand to answer traffic safety questions for the adults and give out coloring books, crayons, and mini-footballs to the children. Good job Troop L!