Devon Donates to 12 Fire Departments in Eddy County

Devon Emergency Responder 3

Devon Energy recently donated to 12 fire departments in Eddy County.  

 

The contributions are part of the company’s commitment to supporting emergency responders in its operating areas.

 

“Emergency responders selflessly serve others. Devon is proud to play a role in making sure they have everything ready when the need arises,” said Devon senior community relations Shannon Johnson. 

 

Recipients include:

  • Artesia Fire Department/City of Artesia
  • Atoka Volunteer Fire Department
  • Carlsbad Fire Department
  • Cottonwood Volunteer Fire Department
  • Happy Valley Volunteer Fire Department
  • Joel Firefighters Auxiliary
  • La Huerta Volunteer Fire Department
  • Loco Hills Firefighters Association
  • Lovington Fire Department/Eddy Co. Fire District
  • Malaga Fire Department/Eddy Co. Fire District
  • Otis Volunteer Fire Department
  • Riverside Volunteer Fire Department

 

The donations will help the organizations purchase equipment and better serve their local communities. Municipal departments may use the funds for training, equipment and supplies.

 

Devon is also awarding donations to 6 fire departments in Lea County.

 

About Devon

Devon Energy is a leading independent energy company engaged in finding and producing oil and natural gas. Based in Oklahoma City and included in the S&P 500, Devon operates in several of the most prolific oil and natural gas plays in the U.S. with an emphasis on achieving strong returns. For more information, please visit www.devonenergy.com.

 

Media Contacts:

Adam Brooks                   

(405) 615-2659             

adam@candorpr.com

 

Christina Rehkop

(405) 228-8701

christina.rehkop@dvn.com      

 

Photo: Devon Energy employee and Atoka volunteer firefighter Tim Williams
gives a fire station tour to fellow Devon employees.

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