Mirowski served as a captain with the Poudre Fire Authority during this early morning apartment fire in 2005. Crews conducted Vent-Enter Search operations to attempt to save the two trapped occupants.
Mirowski poses with the female members of the Loveland Fire Rescue Authority.
When not on the clock, Mirowski enjoys working on his 1969 Camaro and does about 12 car shows with his wife per year. “We love it,” he said. “It makes people happy to see and talk about the car. So I use it as a stress reliever to get away.”
Mirowski pins his son, Lt. Chris Mirowski of the Greeley (Colo.) Fire Department.
Mirowski prepares to give the keynote address at the 2013 CHAMP (Character in Athletics, Make it Happen) Breakfast in Fort Collins.
Mirowski poses with his wife of 28 years, Judy, after the CHAMP Breakfast
Mirowski poses with two Loveland-area girls who collected donations for the families of the 2012 High Park Fire.
Mirowski oversees the Trianial Norhtern Colorado Joint Training Exercise at the Fort Collins-Loveland Airport. The drill involves an aircraft crash and a fire and rescue drill.
Mirowski in the command post with Loveland battalion chiefs during the joint training exercise in Northern Colorado.
Mirowski marches with Loveland wildland firefighters in the 2013 Laramer County Fair Parade in honor of the Granite Mountain Hotshots.
Mirowski speaks to his wildland firefighters at Fairgrounds Park before the parade and march.
The entire Loveland crew after the parade, an event that Mirowski called moving when it culminated with citizens all along the parade route standing and cheering for fallen members.
See 2013 Career Chief of the Year Randy Mirowski in the field, in the community and with his family.