On September 10, 1993, Nick Taylor was promoted to Captain after serving as the Assistant Fire Marshal for three years. He’d been with the department since 1982 and had been promoted to Lieutenant Junior Grade in 1988. On October 9th Jim Shelton was promoted from Firefighter III to Firefighter I and Doug Davenport from Firefighter II to Firefighter I
NICK TAYLOR: 9/10/93
Nick Taylor was promoted to Captain of the Aberdeen Fire Department in 1993. He had been a member of the department for 15 years and started his career as a firefighter in 1982.
JIM SHELTON – 10/9/93
Jim Shelton was promoted to Battalion Chief on October 9, 1993. He had been a firefighter for 8 years and had served as the lieutenant of the fire department for 3 years. He also served as its fire marshal for 1 year, and he was appointed investigator in February 1992 after serving as an investigator since December 1991.
DOUG DAVENPORT 8/16/94
Davenport was promoted to captain, and he had been with Aberdeen Fire Department for ten years. He was a fire engineer who had a degree in fire science. Davenport also worked as an instructor at the Aberdeen Fire Training Center, where he teaches others how to safely operate heavy equipment such as tankers and engines.
CHARLES LUCAS 5/15/95
Charles Lucas is a firefighter/paramedic who graduated from the Fire Academy in 1995. He was promoted to firefighter/paramedic in 1995, and then promoted to lieutenant in 2005.
Promotions are a great way to get ahead in life. They can also be a way to earn more money, get more responsibility and make your job more rewarding.
Promotions are often based on how well you do at work and what you’ve done for the department as well as your current position within the department. In some cases, promotions might even be based on an employee’s performance over a period of time or by comparing their performance with that of other employees within their division or unit (e.g., lieutenant versus captain).
The Aberdeen Fire Department is one of the oldest fire departments in the country. It has been serving the community since 1876, making it one of America’s oldest fire services. The department has had many promotions over its history and continues to do so today with new ones being added each year due to the high demand for these jobs within the organization.