Baltimore County Fire Department announces promotions to Fire Lieutenant, EMS Lieutenant

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Fire Department this week announced several promotions. Fire Chief Joanne Rund has announced the following promotions to Fire Lieutenant and EMS Lieutenant: Fire Lieutenant FADO Anthony Colvin Jr. FS Bryan Compher FADO Thomas Cook FADO Brian Fraley EMT/FF Cynthia Gee FS Adam Lublinsky FADO John Ritz FS Caroline Rudacille FS Jerry Weckesser Jr. EMS Lieutenant PMFC …

Olszewski announces $1 million in grants to Baltimore County volunteer fire companies

TOWSON, MD—County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Tuesday announced the allocation of $1 million in grants to Baltimore County’s volunteer fire companies, which are a key component of the County’s public safety infrastructure. The funds will come from the County’s American Rescue Plan Act allocation. Our volunteers have always been an invaluable asset to the communities of Baltimore County, and never …

Baltimore County Fire Department announces promotions to Fire Captain, Lieutenant

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Fire Department announced several promotions on Thursday. Fire Chief Joanne Rund has announced promotions to the ranks of Fire Captain and EMS Lieutenant. The following are promoted to Fire Captain, effective February 26: Fire Lt. Stacey Gail Fire Lt. Kirsten Koenig Fire Lt. Ronald Mintz Fire Lt. April Owens Fire Lt. Bryan Schulz Fire Lt. Brandon …

Baltimore County Fire Department announces promotions to paramedic, specialist

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Fire Department last week announced several promotions. Fire Chief Joanne Rund has announced promotions to the rank of paramedic and fire specialist. The following have been promoted to paramedic: EMT Lawrence Coonfare Jr. The following members have been promoted to Fire Specialist: EMT/FF Anand Chelliah PM/FF Thomas Gagliano EMT/FF Keith Hardesty Jr. EMT/FF Traci Jackson The …

Baltimore County Fire Department unveils $40 million in new apparatus

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore County Fire Department this week unveiled a nearly $40 million investment in new, state-of-the-art fire and EMS apparatus. A press briefing introducing the new apparatus was held on Wednesday, July 7th.  County Executive John Olszewski Jr. and Fire Chief Joanne Rund were in attendance at the event. The new apparatus replaces existing units that have aged out of …