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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Phelps Named Assistant To State Police Fire Marshal

Congrats to Coudersport Vol FireDept Fire Chief Bryan Phelps

Pursuant to the provisions of section 1, Act of April 27, 1927.P.L. 450,
Coudersport Vol FireDept Fire Chief Bryan Phelps has been appointed  an Assistant to to State Police Fire Marshal, Commissioner- Pennsylvania State Police- Col. Frank Noonan. Serving the Coudersport fire district consisting of
Cdspt. boro, Eulalia, Hebron, Allegany, Sweden, Homer, and Summit Twps.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

If I am not mistaken I believe every Fire Chief or one of his Asst. Chief officers is an Asst. to the PA Fire Marshal...

Anonymous said...

great job
nancy

Anonymous said...

Congrats Bryan you deserve it!!! Nikki Hauber

Anonymous said...

Is what 6:23 wrote correct, or not? Is this something that is the result of some training, etc., or just by virtue of being elected fire chief? Either way, congratulations to Bryan. You are a man of service to others.

Anonymous said...

The first comment is correct

Anonymous said...

You must also have the training. it doesnt come with just being Chief. either way good job Bryan. We sure could use more like you.

Anonymous said...

You are not mistaken

Anonymous said...

It is a Chief position unless the community or County has a slot for a Fire Marshal. If you are to function in the capacity you also need additional training in several different topics. So it is not just a give me for being a Fire Chief. But being a Chief today is no easy task either. I have been both.

Congrat Brian