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Congratulations Captain Adam Davis!

   Fletcher Fire and Rescue is proud to announce the recent promotion of Adam Davis from Lieutenant to Captain. He began his career here in Fletcher in 2013 as a firefighter. In 2015 he was promoted to a Lieutenant on A-shift serving under Capt. Privette. 

   Davis first joined the fire service in McDowell Co. as a volunteer at Marion Fire Department in 2005. Since then he has also served at Crooked Creek FD, Sugar Hill FD and Asford/North Cove FD. Here, at Fletcher Fire and Rescue, we believe that our Captains are the true leaders of their crews. It is their job to make sure every member in their charge is ready and able to perform the duty at hand. 

   “First and foremost, I would to thank God for allowing me to do what I love doing for a living. Without His grace, I wouldn’t be where I am today. I would also like to thank my wife and children for their sacrifice and sharing their time with me, with the citizens of the Fletcher Fire District. And last but not least, I want to thank all the guy’s I’ve looked up to and learned from in the fire service. It’s truly a blessing to have the greatest job in the world!” Adam Davis

   Capt. Davis, we look forward to seeing what the future holds for you and your new crew. Congratulations!

 

New Matching Engines from E-ONE

We are excited to announce the arrival of our new engines to assist in our day to day operations. These 2 pumper trucks are designed to further our capabilities for assisting our community. They are manufactured by E-ONE. Both trucks have 1000 gallon water tanks and 1500 gpm pumps. They have an integrated generator system that is PTO driven. New Engine 11 will be at the main station. It is replacing an E-ONE engine that has served in Fletcher since 1997. Engine 11-3 will be serving at Station 3. With the purchase of these new trucks, we now will have an engine in reserve. Engine 11-4 will serve as a back up for our pumper fleet when needed. Thanks to E-ONE for your continued support and manufacturing of hard working trucks.

 

 

 

 

   

The same thing goes for Carbon Monoxide Detectors!

 

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