Texas Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians

Texas Association for Emergency Vehicle Technicians

EVT of the Year

2021 Recipient, Michael Crowley


2020 Recipient, Humberto Vaca

All,

  It is with a heavy heart that I'm sharing this, Wednesday evening about 10pm, Steve Tinberg,  who many of us know through TAEVT,  SWEVT,  or through his many years with SVI/Command Light, and Federal Signal, passed away after a short battle  with leukemia. Steve always greeted me with a smile and a "Hey Buddy ", and usually we parted ways with his customary "call me if you need anything ".  Steve was a Christian, husband,  father, police officer,  firefighter,  and many other things in life,  but most of all,  a friend to us all. 

Jeff Morris
All, It is with a heavy heart that I'm sharing this, Wednesday evening about 10pm, Steve Tinberg, who many of us know through TAEVT, SWEVT, or through his many years with SVI/Command Light, and Federal Signal, passed away after a short battle with leukemia. Steve always greeted me with a smile and a "Hey Buddy ", and usually we parted ways with his customary "call me if you need anything ". Steve was a Christian, husband, father, police officer, firefighter, and many other things in life, but most of all, a friend to us all. Jeff Morris

Jim A. Bland Memorial Award


2021 Recipient, Gary May

Who We Are

TAEVT is one of the largest state EVT organizations in the nation. Our organization works to bring change in the emergency vehicle public sector to properly maintain and repair emergency vehicles.

What We Do

Along with quarterly meetings and training opportunities, we also host individual testing sessions for technicians to take EVT Certification tests.

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote growth and professionalism within emergency vehicle technicians by providing educational training courses and events that support recognized safety standards and the latest technology in the industry.

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