Two Members of CCFES Recognized for Dedicated Service

From left: Fire Chief Eddie Robinson, Senior Fire Safety Educator Lisa Grisham, Division Chief Chad Arp.

Cherokee County Fire & Emergency Services (CCFES) proudly recognized two of its members, alongside other county departments and their employees, for their dedicated years of service during the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners Work Session Tuesday afternoon.

Division Chief Chad Arp was honored for his 25 years of service. Throughout his tenure, Chief Arp has demonstrated exemplary leadership and commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of the community. He currently serves as Cherokee County's Fire Marshal.

Additionally, Lisa Grisham, Senior Fire Safety Educator, was celebrated for her 5 years of service. Her dedication and expertise in fire safety education have significantly contributed to enhancing public safety awareness throughout Cherokee County.

"We are immensely grateful for the dedication and hard work of Chief Arp and Lisa Grisham," said Fire Chief Eddie Robinson. "Their unwavering commitment to serving our community exemplifies the mission and core values of our organization."

The recognition ceremony highlights the county's gratitude for the dedicated men and women who consistently ensure the protection and welfare of citizens throughout Cherokee County.

"We extend our heartfelt thanks to Chief Arp and Lisa Grisham for their continued dedication and service," continued Chief Robinson. "Their contributions are instrumental in our mission to uphold the highest standards of public safety and emergency response."

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Posted : July 02, 2024

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