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Employment History

Captain
Phenix City Fire Department

Pwner
tomahawk hill productions

President
Firefighter's Association

Host
Southern Sportsman Outdoors

President
Phenix City Firefighters Association

Affiliations

Founder
tomahawk hill productions

Founder
Southern Sportsman Outdoors

Web References (25 Total References)


The Southern Sportsman Outdoors

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Dennis Duty, founder of the Southern Sportsman and Tomahawk Hill Productions, has hunted and fished all his life. His father, Charles Duty of Phenix City, Alabama gets all the credit for instilling the hunting way of life into Dennis.

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Dennis grew up coon hunting at one time he and his father traveled the competition circuit with their registered Bluetick coon dogs.
Dennis's wife Vickie and his mother Shirley are the rocks that Dennis will lean on from time to time. "When times tough at the beginning, these two made sure I kept my head on straight, their encouragement and faith kept me going"
Dennis started the show in 2003, and credits his brother Darrell Duty of Louisville Mississippi, with the financial boost to get the show going "Without him I probably would not have a show".
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Dennis and his wife Vickie do not have any children, but love to spend time with their nieces and nephews, Nick, Courtney, Cole and Leslie.
Dennis also spent over 20 years in the fire service and is currently a Captain with Phenix City Fire Department.


Ledger-Enquirer | 08/21/2004 | Fire truck ignites confusion

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Firefighter's Association president Dennis Duty said the truck reflects the feelings of the local firefighters, but the city is worried people think the Phenix City Fire Department is endorsing a candidate for mayor.The fire truck does not belong to the Phenix City Fire Department and Duty wouldn't disclose the owner's name.

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Duty sees it differently.He said only 38 fire personnel are eligible to be members, because administration and staff aren't allowed, only firefighters.There are 27 current members, he said.
"I have full support, 100 percent, of the firefighter's association," Duty said.He said the group voted to endorse mayor candidate Jeff Hardin at a meeting a few months ago.
Duty was a Phenix City firefighter until he was fired last summer.He filed suit against the city for wrongful termination, saying the city fired him for speaking out against some procedures and for being the head of a union.The city has denied the wrongful firing.
Duty said in the 2001 election he was in favor of current council member J.W. Brannen, a mayoral candidate.But nothing changed in the fire department, Duty said.The association's complaints include a need for more staffing and problems with some of the leadership of the department.
The fire truck is "being done by Mr. Duty, who was terminated by the city 15 months ago.
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Duty contends the city is just upset that the union exists."There was a lot of folks very, very upset about the fire truck being out there," he said.


The Southern Sportsman Outdoors

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Dennis Duty Host Southern Sportsman Outdoors


Ledger-Enquirer | 05/21/2006 | Review board backs man's firing

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- A federal jury ruled last May against two former firefighters -- Randy Doster and Dennis Duty.

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Duty was the former president of the Phenix City Firefighters Association.
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In 2001, Doster and Duty accused Blankenship of instructing firefighters to let the sawmill burn.
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Duty and Doster claimed their problems in the department started after those allegations.


The Southern Sportsman Staff Dennis Duty

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Dennis DutyThe Southern Sportsman Staff Dennis Duty

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Dennis Duty
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Dennis Duty
Dennis Duty, founder of the Southern Sportsman and Tomahawk Hill Productions, has hunted and fished all his life.His father, Charles Duty of Phenix City, Alabama gets all the credit for instilling the hunting way of life into Dennis.
...
Dennis grew up coon hunting at one time he and his father traveled the competition circuit with their registered Bluetick coon dogs.
Dennis's wife Vickie and his mother Shirley are the rocks that Dennis will lean on from time to time."When times tough at the beginning, these two made sure I kept my head on straight, their encouragement and faith kept me going"
Dennis started the show in 2003, and credits his brother Darrell Duty of Louisville Mississippi, with the financial boost to get the show going "Without him I probably would not have a show".
...
Dennis and his wife Vickie do not have any children, but love to spend time with their nieces and nephews, Nick, Courtney, Cole and Leslie.
Dennis also spent over 20 years in the fire service and is currently a Captain with Phenix City Fire Department.

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