Tim Boniface posed for photos with his wife, Sonia Boniface, after graduating from the Lexington fire training academy. "I'm very excited," said Boniface. The Lexington fire department graduated 23 recruits on Friday, August 31, 2012. Photo by Mark Ashley
Tim Boniface posed for photos with his wife, Sonia Boniface, after graduating from the Lexington fire training academy. "I'm very excited," said Boniface. The Lexington fire department graduated 23 recruits on Friday, August 31, 2012. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader
Tim Boniface posed for photos with his wife, Sonia Boniface, after graduating from the Lexington fire training academy. "I'm very excited," said Boniface. The Lexington fire department graduated 23 recruits on Friday, August 31, 2012. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader

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