Harlem-Roscoe Fire Lt. Patrick Trollop was promoted to Captain on Sept. 23. Shown here, his wife Becky pins him during the ceremony.

Harlem-Roscoe Fire Chief Don Shoevlin proudly announced, “It was an honor last night (Sept. 23) to swear in Lt. Patrick Trollop to the rank of Captain. Capt. Trollop has worked hard toward achieving personal growth along with tackling the growth of our younger members in mentoring them.
“A true testament of this is the emails I have received emails from members stating how much he has helped them. I look forward to Captain Trollop’s contributions to our success for many years to come. Congratulations Capt. Trollop!”
Capt. Patrick Trollop joined the department in 2012. He was promoted to Captain on Sept. 23 of 2019. Patrick was an EMT-B when joining the department and became a Paramedic in March of 2013. In 2017 Patrick received the HRFD Firefighter of The Year Award.
Patrick served in the United States Marine Corps from 1998-2002, during that time he gained the rank of Corporal and was an Infantry Squad Leader. During his time in the Marines he served in the far east as well as the middle east.
Since joining Harlem-Roscoe Fire, Patrick has obtained multiple state certifications from the Office of the State Fire Marshal including Advanced Technician Firefighter, Fire Officer II, Vehicle Machinery Operations, Hazmat Operations, Hazmat Incident Command, Water Operations, Watercraft Technician, Swift Water Technician, and Fire Apparatus Engineer. Patrick also has his Associates in Fire Science through Rock Valley College and is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree through Southern Illinois University.
Patrick has obtained the Illinois Professional Emergency Management certification from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency. He is also currently enrolled in the Managing Officer Program at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD.
Patrick and his wife Becky were married in 2019 and have two children, Gabriella and William.

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