Two New Firefighters Paramedics

City of South Pasadena Fire Department Chief Paul Riddle swears in new members Adam Tregenza and Corbin Cutrshaw during badge pinning at City Council meeting

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | | Family members and friends of new South Pasadena Fire Department Fighterfighters/Paramedics Adam Tregenza and Corbin Cutshaw gathered outside the City Council Chambers following a swearing-in ceremony for the pair on Wednesday night.

Two new members of the South Pasadena Fire Department were welcomed to the city during Wednesday’s City Council meeting.

Sworn-in as firefighers/paramedics were Adam Tregenza and Corbin Cutshaw during a brief ceremony.

Tregenza has a total of 11 years of experience in the fire service, including seven years with Cal Fire San Diego and four with Rincon Fire. Out of those 11 years, South Pasadena Fire Department Chief Paul Riddle pointed out that Tregenza has been a practicing paramedic.

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PHOTO: Bill Glazier | | Adam Tregenza and Corbin Cutshaw, second and third from left, were sworn-in as new firefighters/paramedics during a brief ceremony at Wednesday’s City Council meeting. Giving the Oath of Allegiance was South Pasadena Fire Department Chief Paul Riddle, left.

Tregenza was joined by his parents, Steven and Victoria, children, Tori, Adrie and Carly, and wife, Georti, who proudly pinned on her husband’s badge.

Joining Cutshaw during the swearing in was his father, Ross, mother, Sue, and his girlfriend, Stephanie. After graduating from U.C. Davis, Corbin went on to receive his certification from UCLA. He comes to South Pasadena with four years experience, including one with the Heli Tac Crew and two on a forestry engine. After taking the Oath of Allegiance, Cutshaw’s girlfriend pinned on his badge.

“They’re going to be great for our department,” said Riddle following the ceremony. “They’re experienced and really know what they’re doing.”