ANGIE PETTY ENDORSED BY FIRE CHIEF DEREK TOLMAN

To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing to offer my enthusiastic endorsement for Council-member Angie Petty in her bid for Davis County Commissioner. As Fire Chief of South Weber City, I have had the privilege of working closely with Council-member Petty, and her dedication to our community and tireless advocacy for public safety have been invaluable.

Council-member Petty has been instrumental in supporting our fire department’s transition from a volunteer-based system to a fully staffed operation. Her unwavering commitment to ensuring our department has the resources and personnel needed to effectively serve our community has been evident in every decision she has made.

Under Council-member Petty’s leadership, our department has seen significant advancements, including the addition of ambulance and paramedic services, which have greatly enhanced our ability to respond to medical emergencies promptly and effectively. Moreover, her support for the construction of an auxiliary building has provided us with the necessary infrastructure to further expand our services and better serve the needs of our residents.

During the unprecedented challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Council-member Petty has been a steadfast advocate for our frontline workers, ensuring that our staffing levels remained adequate to meet the demands of the crisis while prioritizing the safety and well-being of our personnel.

Additionally, Council-member Petty has consistently advocated for the approval of funding to replace outdated equipment, ensuring that our department remains equipped with the latest tools and technology to carry out our life-saving mission effectively.

Furthermore, Council-member Petty’s support of mental health programs has been instrumental in addressing the unique challenges faced by our first responders, ensuring they receive the support and resources needed to maintain their mental and emotional well-being.

In conclusion, Council-member Angie Petty has proven herself to be a dedicated public servant who prioritizes the safety and well-being of our community. Her leadership, advocacy, and unwavering support for our fire department have been invaluable, and I
wholeheartedly endorse her candidacy for Davis County Commissioner.

Sincerely, Fire Chief Derek Tolman

ANGIE PETTY ENDORSED BY FIRE CHIEF DEREK TOLMAN

To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing to offer my enthusiastic endorsement for Council-member Angie Petty in her bid for Davis County Commissioner. As Fire Chief of South Weber City, I have had the privilege of working closely with Council-member Petty, and her dedication to our community and tireless advocacy for public safety have been invaluable.

Council-member Petty has been instrumental in supporting our fire department’s transition from a volunteer-based system to a fully staffed operation. Her unwavering commitment to ensuring our department has the resources and personnel needed to effectively serve our community has been evident in every decision she has made.

Under Council-member Petty’s leadership, our department has seen significant advancements, including the addition of ambulance and paramedic services, which have greatly enhanced our ability to respond to medical emergencies promptly and effectively. Moreover, her support for the construction of an auxiliary building has provided us with the necessary infrastructure to further expand our services and better serve the needs of our residents.

During the unprecedented challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Council-member Petty has been a steadfast advocate for our frontline workers, ensuring that our staffing levels remained adequate to meet the demands of the crisis while prioritizing the safety and well-being of our personnel.

Additionally, Council-member Petty has consistently advocated for the approval of funding to replace outdated equipment, ensuring that our department remains equipped with the latest tools and technology to carry out our life-saving mission effectively.

Furthermore, Council-member Petty’s support of mental health programs has been instrumental in addressing the unique challenges faced by our first responders, ensuring they receive the support and resources needed to maintain their mental and emotional well-being.

In conclusion, Council-member Angie Petty has proven herself to be a dedicated public servant who prioritizes the safety and well-being of our community. Her leadership, advocacy, and unwavering support for our fire department have been invaluable, and I
wholeheartedly endorse her candidacy for Davis County Commissioner.

Sincerely, Fire Chief Derek Tolman