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Christiansburg Community Fire Co., Inc.
10 W. First St.
This is the website for the Christiansburg Fire Company, Inc., located in Christiansburg Ohio. We provide fire protection, fire prevention, rescue services, and basic and advanced life support ambulance services to our local area. We have contracts for se...
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Christiansburg Community Fire Co Officers
Chief: Robert Hoey
"His father was involved with (the ...
"His father was involved with (the fire company) to a point where he was dedicated and that's what was passed on to him," Christiansburg Fire Chief Bob Hoey said about Harold Zerkle.
said information found by the fire company showed Harold Zerkle had a 91 percent attendance rate to fire meetings over an 18 year period.
Hoey said as a private fire company, the department is run as a business and Zerkle has served on the company's auditing committee for a number of years.
Bob Hoey, the current ...
Bob Hoey, the current Christiansburg Fire Chief, shows the bell that was presented to the late Ralph Zimmerman, long-time fire chief for the volunteer department at Christiansburg. The first time to the bell rang was at Zimmermanâ€™s funeral. Bill Lackey/Staff | Late Christiansburg fire chief to be honored by state
Late fire chief to be honored by state | Christianburg, OH News | www.springfieldnewssun.com
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Bob Hoey, the current Christiansburg Fire Chief, shows the bell that was presented to the late Ralph Zimmerman, long-time fire chief for the volunteer department at Christiansburg.
Before the days of automatic doors, "we always had trouble with our overhead doors," said Bob Hoey, the current Christiansburg chief.
"We used to pull them up," then as a truck was being pulled out "they would go back down, then you'd hear the crunch of the door taking out the firetruck's lights," Hoey
Christiansburg Fire Chief ...
Christiansburg Fire Chief Bob Hoey said the Christiansburg Fire Department received a call around 10:30 a.m. reporting a structure fire at 2258 S. Elm Tree Road.
Upon firefighters' arrival, Hoey said, flames and heavy smoke were exiting almost every window on the first floor of the residence.
said two adult dogs and three puppies perished in the fire.
No other injuries were reported.
No people were in the house at the time of the fire.
The residents also had animals outside the residence.
said the residence was a total loss.
did not have an exact damage estimate.
While the cause of the fire is under investigation, Hoey
asked people not to leave space heaters unattended and to use them safely around this time of year.
If you have any questions, please ...
If you have any questions, please contact Fire Chief Bob Hoey, by email or phone at 937-857-9252, or Photo Coordinator Eric Johnson, by email or phone at 937-308-9422.