Lewisville Sculpture Series – Hop Into History “Firefighter”

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Firefighter, by Wesley Flessner, represents Lewisville’s first paid Fire Marshal, also hired in 1927. It was in reaction to a series of fires that destroyed Main Street structures in 1895, 1912, and 1918 that prompted the City to incorporate so a fire department could be formed. Flessner’s Firefighter can be seen holding a water hose and wearing boots and a vintage-style helmet. The badge number on Firefighter’s helmet is that of Chief Timothy Tittle, Lewisville’s beloved Fire Chief who passed away in January 2020. Both Sheriff and Firefighter can be found in front of City Hall (151 W. Church St.) near the historic Old Well House.

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