Meet Our Team: Mr. Darren Blevins is a 19-year resident of Livingston Parish. He has served on the Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4 Board of Directors since 2008.
In his role as commissioner, Mr. Blevins ensures the safety and protection of Livingston Parish residents and the firefighters of District 4.

“As a Board member, it is my responsibility to keep the residents of our district safe, as well as assure that LPFPD4 has the necessary equipment, supplies, and funds to keep our firefighters, who are willing to put their life on the line to protect this district, safe from harm.”

When asked what his most memorable moment serving the district was, Blevins responded, “going to the National Fallen Firefighter’s Memorial to honor one of our own. While I was there, I was humbled seeing firsthand the brotherhood that unites these special people that are dedicated to protecting.”

The hardest lesson he’s had to learn is the number of volunteers needed to successfully operate District 4 and how challenging it is to recruit volunteers to make LPFPD4 successful.

Blevins added, “we are diligently working to improve our fire, our response times and every aspect of District 4.”
In his free time, Mr. Blevins enjoys spending time with his wife whether they are camping, serving others or just enjoying their backyard swing. They also enjoy spending time with their five children and nine precious grandchildren. Darren is self-employed and runs a successful maintenance business.
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Meet Our Team: Mr. Darren Blevins is a 19-year resident of Livingston Parish. He has served on the Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4 Board of Directors since 2008.
In his role as commissioner, Mr. Blevins ensures the safety and protection of Livingston Parish residents and the firefighters of District 4. 

“As a Board member, it is my responsibility to keep the residents of our district safe, as well as assure that LPFPD4 has the necessary equipment, supplies, and funds to keep our firefighters, who are willing to put their life on the line to protect this district, safe from harm.” 

When asked what his most memorable moment serving the district was, Blevins responded, “going to the National Fallen Firefighter’s Memorial to honor one of our own. While I was there, I was humbled seeing firsthand the brotherhood that unites these special people that are dedicated to protecting.”

The hardest lesson he’s had to learn is the number of volunteers needed to successfully operate District 4 and how challenging it is to recruit volunteers to make LPFPD4 successful.

Blevins added, “we are diligently working to improve our fire, our response times and every aspect of District 4.”
In his free time, Mr. Blevins enjoys spending time with his wife whether they are camping, serving others or just enjoying their backyard swing.  They also enjoy spending time with their five children and nine precious grandchildren. Darren is self-employed and runs a successful maintenance business.

 

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Oh Darren Blevins how wonderful for Livingston Parish to have YOU!! Expect great things Livingston!!

Super nice man. Always willing to help others.

Congratulations darren

Man with a huge heart! Congratulations.

We love Mr. Darren!

Awesome!!!!!

Congratulations

Congrats man! Miss you!

Congratulations !!

Soo proud! That’s my brother!

Mr. Darren Blevins you are awesome. Thanks for all you do for god and our community!

Congratulations 🎉

Congratulations brother in law

Congratulations!!

Congratulations

So proud of you Darren. ♥️♥️

And a great man he is

Awesome. Congratulations Darren. From Andre and Tammie Zeringue

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Keep up the good work Darren Blevins!

Congratulations

and so community minded!!! congratulations!

Didn’t know you were a board member for District 4. I serve on the District 5 board.

Congrats ole buddy🙏👍🇺🇸

So proud of you Darren!

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Wednesday Wisdom: Assuming stable fuel, heat, and oxygen levels, a typical house fire will double in size every minute.  Make sure you have working smoke detectors to protect your family!

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Propane flames are blue with yellow tips. The hottest fires are from oxyacetylene torches (about 3000 degrees Centigrade) that combine oxygen and gas to create pinpoint blue flames. That is the hottest part of the flame.

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Propane flames are blue with yellow tips. The hottest fires are from oxyacetylene torches (about 3000 degrees Centigrade) that combine oxygen and gas to create pinpoint blue flames. That is the hottest part of the flame.

#LPFPD4 #OurFamilyProtectingYourFamily

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