Nick is from Independence, Missouri and is married with two children. Nick has been a Paramedic for 15 years and active in the fire service for the last 5. Nick said “I am looking forward to serving the Holt Community Fire Department and providing the absolute highest quality of care I can to anyone in need. I appreciate this opportunity to become a part of this community.”
Nick is currently working on A shift and joined us on August 24, 2022. We are thrilled to have Nick and his family as a part of the Holt Community Fire Protection District family. Please join us in welcoming Nick Estrada.
Micah Wine. Micah has been married for 8 years to Annie Wine. They have three wonderful children. After a career in IT, Micah pursued his passion to join the world of Firefighter/EMS, Now he is pursing to further his career by obtaining his Paramedic license. Micah said “I hope to influence others to better themselves, as I have been encouraged to do. I look forward to all of the great opportunities I will have to serve my community” Micah enjoys his time off by spending time with his family, fishing and firearms. Please help us in welcoming Micah to HFD.
William ‘Bill” Pulse lives in Smithville, MO with his wife Mandy and sons Garrett and Lane. Bill has been a Firefighter/EMT since 2001 and became a Paramedic in 2008. Bill enjoys spending time at the lake with family and friends, hunting, fishing, and cooking. Bill said he is “Thankful to be serving the Holt Community”. Please join us in welcoming Bill to the HFD team.
Please join us in welcoming Chad Leath home and to our station!!!
Chad Leath was born and raised in Holt, Missouri since 1995. At a young age Chad knew he wanted to serve his home, community, and nation. In 2014 Chad graduated from Kearney High School and went on to join the United States Marine Corps. For 8 years Chad served his nation as a Air Craft Rescue & Firefighting specialist at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point NC. Now returning for serving his nation, Chad still wishes to serve his home and community of Holt and help protect lives, homes, and all the families of the place he calls home.