Memorial Archive

The honor guard performs at ceremonial occasions across the County and appearing
at other special local events. Honor Guardsmen continue with pride to "Honor Those
Who Served".

The goal of the honor guard is to serve the fire department and community as a visual
reminder of the service and traditions of the fire service.  To respect and remember
with honor and distinction past, present, and retired fire fighters for their dedication
and service to the citizens of Hardin County . A non-discriminating organization
comprised of both men and women who are active members of the Hardin County
Fire Department.

Our role at a funeral is dictated by the family of the deceased and fire service
traditions. The Honor Guard represents the Department at funerals of members
outside the Department as well.  We represent the County and Department at various
parades, functions, and ceremonies.
Moral Code of Conduct:
"We will not lie, cheat, or steal,
or tolerate those who do!"

Romans 12:10
Be kindly affectioned one to
another with brotherly love; in
honor preferring one another
Honor Guard Members:
Chuck Vineyard        Ed Hicks
William Branum        Rick Guardino       
Billy Sweat
Stephen Lee             Rex Humphrey
Kayla Lee Rinks        Brett Rinks