The Sugarcreek Township Fire Department welcomes three additional dedicated men to their family, reappointed one and say goodbye to two. While the department searches for volunteers and to fill part-time positions, the department celebrates.
“It’s always good to have an infusion of new blood and new talent in the Township and I look forward to you guys serving the community,” said Chairperson Scott W. Bryant.
On this St. Patrick’s Day, the Sugarcreek Township reclassified Andrew Keister from a volunteer firefighter/EMT-B to a part-time position, appointed Michael Plowman as a part-time firefighter/Paramedic, Matthew Hood as a part-time/EMT and appointed Russell Lee as a volunteer firefighter.
“I am thrilled to have all of you,” said Chief Pavlak during the Sugarcreek Township Meeting, March 17. “We have been able to find some quality employees and I hope you are here for a long, long time.”
Regrettably, the Sugarcreek Township Fire Department says goodbye to part-time firefighter/Paramedic, Ryan Allen and part-time firefighter, Justin Davis. Ryan Allen was hired on February 4, 2013 and his resignation will take in effect, March 27, 2014. He will be taking his experience he acquired with the department to enhance his schooling. Justin Davis will be stepping out of the department as of March 30, 2014 after a year of service. The two will be missed.
For information regarding volunteering or available positions, contact Chief Randall Pavlak at the Sugarcreek Township Fire Department.