Dickson Fire Department

Kane Sesler

Asst. Chief

 

Chief Sesler began his career with the City of Dickson in 1995.

Chief Sesler is the recipient of the Distinguished Service Ribbon, Life Saving Ribbon and the Educational Ribbon (Associates Degree).

 

 

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE RIBBON

The second highest medal that can be achieved. The medal is red (courage), and white (purity).

The Distinguished Service Ribbon may be awarded to a member who performs a personal act above and beyond the call of duty under MODERATE personal risk that involves bravery and/or a high degree of initiative and/or capability. It must be worthy of recognition that promotes good will, and reflects highly on the fire department.

 

LIFE SAVING RIBBON

The third highest that can be achieved. The medal is blue (trust) and red (courage).

The Life Saving Ribbon may be awarded to any member or company who is actually involved in the successful resuscitation of a patient, who was without pulse and respiration. The patient was resuscitated in the field and was either admitted to the hospital or released from medical care. 


EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT RIBBON

The fourth highest medal that can be achieved.


* Technical Certificate – Light Blue (Achievement)
* Associates Degree – Purple (Wisdom)
* Bachelor’s Degree – Grey (Intelligence)
* Master’s Degree – Navy (Intelligence) White (Purity) and Navy