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The MVFD is a strong, committed community organization providing 100% volunteer fire, rescue & EMS service to the citizens of Morningside and Prince George's County. ... more.
Metropolitan Council of Governments
Active Member of the Fire Chief's Sub-Committee
Board of Director Mark Hendley
Fire Fighter / EMT Mark Hendley Life Member Mark Hendley
Congressmen Hoyer, Firefighter Les Hedrick and Fire Chief Mark Hendley Congressmen Hoyer presents the Award to Firefighter Les Hedrick, and Fire Chief Mark Hendley Fire Chief Mark F. Hendley was elected into the Prince George's County Volunteer Firemen's Association, Hall of Fame for duties performed for his Company, the County and the Citizens of Prince George's County.Mark has been an active volunteer in the County for 27 years of service.The President of Morningside, Louis Felton, along with the Membership of Morningside strongly endorsed Mark for this recognition.Below is a background and some of the contributions Mark has made. Mark joined the Silver Hill Volunteer Fire Department in 1975.Mark was selected as Junior Firefighter of the year and selected as Senior Member of the year the following two years.He became a driver on all apparatus in the station by age 18.He held all Line Officers positions up to and including Deputy Chief. Mark joined the Morningside Volunteer Fire Department to gain Rescue Squad experience.During his tenure there he was elected to the rank of Deputy Chief. Mark joined the Hillside Volunteer Fire Department to gain knowledge of Truck Company operations and to become a tiller-man on the Ladder truck.While serving as an active member he was elected to the rank of Deputy Chief.After several years with Hillside Mark returned to Morningside where after a year probation period he was elected as the Deputy Chief.Mark is now serving in his sixth year as Fire Chief of Morningside. In 1982 Mark was awarded Volunteer Firefighter of the Month by Prince George's County for assisting another firefighter out of harms way, and taking them outside to safety at a working house fire in Company 32 area.In 1986 Mark was selected as a member of the County Fire Department Level III Hazardous Materials Response Team, were he has served on and off until present as an active member.Mark serves as a Team leader for the Railroad Response Team, and a Metro Liaison Officer. Mark has received several letters of Recognition and Commendation from Chief's Estepp, Siarnicki, Bell and Blackwell.Mark was selected as one of eight Volunteer Division Chief's in 1997, and is still serving in this capacity.Mark is serving in his second year as the Chairmen of the Volunteer Chief's Council.Mark represents the Chief's Council and sits on the County training committee appointed by the County Fire Chief.Mark has also served as a member of the Prince George's County Volunteer Firemen's Association Training Committee. Mark has served as a contract instructor for Prince George's County and is a MFRI instructor.Mark assisted with the County RIC Team Training Program for the County.He served as one of the developers and lead instructors for the Company Officers Training Course that was given this past year at the Fire Service Building. Mark has provided the Skyline Citizens Association and Town Council of Morningside several fire safety talks and lectures.And is currently in the process of setting up a citizens CPR weekend for the Community.He has provided the elementary schools with fire safety lectures.Mark was recently award a certificate of appreciation for his role in the in-service training program of 911 call-takes and dispatchers for the County Public Safety Communications Center. Mark is an active member of the Metropolitan Council of Governments (COG) Fire Chief's Sub-Committee for the following; Heavy and light Rail, and Hazardous Materials.Mark has also been involved over the last two years with the Health and Safety Sub-Committee in putting on the F.R.E.S.H. symposium, at the National Fire Academy.Group 8 with the horse trainers John explaining to Marcus in group 8 who is A couple of counselors decided to decorate one of the golf carts as a truck that was pulled from the lake....fish, fishing poles, all kinds of sea creatures were eventually put on the cart ... Marcus from group 8 can not believe what was doneChief 27 Mark Hendley - ChairMark Hendley 1,313 Responses
Fire Chief Mark Hendley
Fire Chief Mark F. Hendley Chief Hendley spoke to a packed house of family and friends presenting the Memorial Plaque that graced the now retired 1995 HME Squad 27 to the Hedrick family.Chief 27a Syd Girven and Chief Mark Hendley then unveiled the new memorial to Kenny on the new Kenworth Squad 27.