Chippewa of the
Thames Fire Department
The Chippewa Fire Department (CFD)
provides volunteer fire prevention, suppression and rescue services to the
residents of the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation and Munsee-Delaware
To continue transforming today’s fire/rescue service into a progressive,
proactive and professional service; services that will exceed today’s demands,
and meet tomorrows.
contribute to an environment that is safe from fire and other public safety
hazards by providing leadership and expertise in the reduction and elimination
of these hazards.
VALUES Our Department
values describe how we approach performing our mission, and how we will proceed
toward our vision.
FOCUS - We are devoted to serving our membership and to exceeding their
EXCELLENCE – We are committed to our membership and to their service,
progress, & safety.
SERVICE – We will always strive to provide prompt, professional service
to the best of our abilities.
INNOVATION – We constantly explore new concepts and methods in order to
increase our efficiency and/or effectiveness.
TEAMING – We aggressively seek and accept partnerships to improve the
quality of our organization and service.
INTEGRITY – We act ethically, we are honest, we keep our word, and we
take full responsibility for our actions.
Chippewa Volunteer Fire Fighters
Fire Chief: Austin Henry – Email: email@example.com –
Deputy Fire Chief: R. Shane Fisher – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org –
(P) 519-289-5555 E: 231
Kechego, Fire Captain
Terrance Riley, Fire
Cheri Fisher, Fire
Safety Officer Trainee
Deleary, Rawleigh Grosbeck Jr., Tyler Kechego,
Lindsay Riley, Darcy Snake, Terri Fisher, Gene Hendrick, Murray (Bear) Kechego,
Jimmy McConnell, Kristi Hendrick, Cameron (Ed) Nelson
The CFD is active in the community.
You’ll find us at most community events taking part in some form or another. If
you’re planning an event in which you would like to invite the CFD please
contact either the Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief.
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