posted on: 9/25/2019

Fire and Rescue Swearing InA crowd of more than 100 family, friends and fire service members attended a swearing-in ceremony at City Hall on Monday, Sept. 23 to recognize the recent promotions and career achievements of several Dover Fire & Rescue members.

The ceremony was held in the auditorium at City Hall and officiated by City Manager J. Michael Joyal, Jr. and Fire Chief Paul Haas.

The following members were officially sworn in and recognized for recent promotions: Paul Haas, Fire Chief; Michael McShane, Deputy Fire Chief; Dale Spainhower, Division Chief of Emergency Medical Services; Craig Chabot, Division Chief of Safety and Training; Keith Irwin, Captain; Michael Ferullo, Lieutenant; and Bradley Ryder, Firefighter/AEMT.  

Dover Fire and Rescue recognizes recent promotions

posted on: 9/25/2019

Fire and Rescue Swearing InA crowd of more than 100 family, friends and fire service members attended a swearing-in ceremony at City Hall on Monday, Sept. 23 to recognize the recent promotions and career achievements of several Dover Fire & Rescue members.

The ceremony was held in the auditorium at City Hall and officiated by City Manager J. Michael Joyal, Jr. and Fire Chief Paul Haas.

The following members were officially sworn in and recognized for recent promotions: Paul Haas, Fire Chief; Michael McShane, Deputy Fire Chief; Dale Spainhower, Division Chief of Emergency Medical Services; Craig Chabot, Division Chief of Safety and Training; Keith Irwin, Captain; Michael Ferullo, Lieutenant; and Bradley Ryder, Firefighter/AEMT.

Recognized for career achievements were Cody Nason, who recently received his paramedic certification, and Rob Downs and Matthew McLean, who were both recently awarded their Firefighter/Engineer classification.

“Through preparation for career achievements such as the ones recognized here, these members help to ensure that Dover Fire & Rescue remains the exemplary organization it is known to be throughout the State of New Hampshire, and continues to prepare to meet the needs of our rapidly growing community,” Chief Haas said during the ceremony.

The ceremony can be seen on Channel 22 and online at www.dover.nh.gov/dntv.