|Robert "Mo" Farver Inducted into CCVESA Hall of Fame|
|By Fire Lieutenant Zach Schneider|
|May 30, 2021|
The Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department is proud to announce that Vice President Robert "Mo" Farver was inducted into the Carroll County Volunteer Emergency Services Association (CCVESA) Hall of Fame earlier this month.
Robert joined the Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department in 1973. Since joining the department Robert has held the following offices:
• Secretary (1977 – 1978)
Robert currently serves on the following committees:
• Carroll County Volunteer Emergency Services Association Budget Committee
Robert has been known for many outstanding accomplishments since serving as an Officer which have included;
• Obtaining a low interest loan in for the replacement of our front-line pumper, Engine 141
In addition to the leading our department as an Executive Officer, Robert is a very active first responder. He is one of our best trained emergency vehicle operators. He is always delighted when fulfilling the role of driving one of the pumpers or tanker on a working fire incident. There is no doubt he is very enthusiastic about helping others in the community in the time of need.
His smiling face can always be seen on the grounds at every fundraising event the fire department conducts. In 2019 he logged over 225 hours of fundraising and is always present thanking the folks in our community for their generosity and support making our department one of the best in the State of Maryland.
Robert is a friend to all and considered family to most around the station. He has made a tremendous impact since joining our department in 1973. We are very happy to see him inducted into the CCVESA Hall of Fame!