Paul Davidovich

Assistant Chief
Department:
Asst Chief Paul Davidovich | Lyons Fire Protection District

Assistant Chief Paul Davidovich arrived in Lyons area summer 2004. Paul retired from the Marine Corps in 2000. He then took his skills as a professional helicopter pilot to Bell Helicopters in Patuxent River, MD. He and his wife, Maureen, moved to Lyons to build their custom log home. Paul and Maureen shave their mountain home with their spoiled dog. When not at the firehouse Paul can be found doing district tasks for the department, fixing broken equipment and training the new firefighters. He enjoys welding and other hands on mechanical work when he manages to find free time away from the fire department. LFPD is lucky to have Assistant Chief Davidovich.

Paul checks for spot fires during a wildfire

Rich Palestro (left), Paul Davidovich (middle) and JJ Hoffman (right) watch their fellow volunteer firefighters learn the ins and outs of vehicle extrication

Paul digs out burning roots on a summer wildfire during the mop-up phase, after this grass fire had been extinguished