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Firefighter Stanley Lyons Jr.

I’m a firefighter because I grew up around the fire service. I loved the way my dad was able to go out and give back to his community, and he would always tell me how rewarding the job was. What motivates me to be a firefighter is that I love people and the guys that I do this job with every day. Giving back to the community is a great feeling.

I originally became a volunteer firefighter at Bayou Cane in 2007. My brother was volunteering before me and got me interested. I was born and raised in Houma and I wanted to be able to give back to the community I grew up in.

I’ve always wanted a job to help people and be proud of. After a few other jobs that didn’t fill the void that I didn’t know I was missing, I finally found my calling. Being there for people in need is truly satisfying.

Engineer Brandon Jackson

Captain Chris Patrick





"Bayou Cane holds a high standard for professionalism and ensures it’s employees are properly trained. It was the best department for me to further advance in my career." 

Firefighter Amber Vizier

"Bayou Cane is an up and coming department that is constantly growing in a district that is constantly growing and, in my opinion, the best department in the parish of Terrebonne."

Engineer Nick Leblanc

"Fire prevention, getting out there, and public relations connects me with the community! I want to provide protection as I would want in my neighborhood. We continue to grow, learn, and train every day to continue our education." 

Captain Blake Rodriguez

"I was born and raised in Houma, and I enjoy working in a community where I protect people and property of many families that I know."

Battalion Chief Chris Melancon

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