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Decatur Memorial Hospital

2300 North Edward Street

Decatur, Illinois 62526

United States

Company Description

Decatur Memorial Hospital (DMH), located in Decatur, Ill., is a not-for-profit, community hospital that has been providing medical care since 1916 for the residents of Central Illinois. Today, DMH is a 280-bed facility with nearly 2,500 dedicated employee ... more

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Employment History

Fire Chief

Greensburg Fire Department

Fire Chief

City of Greensburg Fire Department


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Emergency Response Training Associates Inc

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Scott Chasteen - Decatur County Fire Academy

Investigators say Chasteen's husband, ... [cached]

Investigators say Chasteen's husband, Greensburg Fire Chief Scott Chasteen, told them his wife had a serious gambling problem that had caused them to file for bankruptcy in 2010. He told police his wife informed him in June 2013 that she had taken money from the police department's evidence room and need $60,000 to $70,000 to repay it.

He said the couple borrowed $57,000 from relatives and used personal funds to come up with $70,000 for his wife to replace the missing money.

The coroner said the semi driver, ... [cached]

The coroner said the semi driver, later identified by Police Chief Chasteen as Doug Gause, of Anderson, was not injured in the accident.

Chief Chasteen said the closure was due to a clean-up of diesel fuel spilled on the roadway and the ongoing investigation process. The intersection was cleared and re-opened shortly after 6 a.m., Greensburg Fire Chief Scott Chasteen said.

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Greensburg Fire Chief Scott Chasteen

GREENSBURG - Decatur Countians who want to experience the best, safest fireworks display possible are best advised to "let the professionals do the fireworks," according to Fire Chief Scott Chasteen.
"There are a lot of people that spend a lot of time and money to put on professional, well done fireworks shows," Chasteen said. "Our local Parks and Recreation Department brings in a company that always does an exceptional job. Lake Santee puts on a fireworks show every year, too, and all the neighboring communities do a good job with their shows."
Chasteen understands, of course, that not all Decatur Countians will heed that advice, and so offered tips for people who simply must stage their own displays.
The chief said that many people are surprised to learn that the most dangerous consumer firework of all is the sparkler. It is deceptively dangerous, because the lack of an explosion leads people to allow their children to hold the stick, not realizing that the sparkler burns at between 1,200 and 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit, Chasteen said.
After the sparkler peters out, a glowing, red-hot stick remains, which people set down on the concrete or discard into their yards. "Kids step on them or to touch this glowing red stick," Chasteen said, "and we have a badly burned child."
Chasteen, who has witnessed sparkler-related injuries, implored Decatur Countians to take extra caution with sparklers.
"There are just so many angles that can make these things turn bad," he said.
Fire chief: 'Let the pros do the fireworks' GREENSBURG - Decatur Countians who want to experience the best, safest fireworks display possible are best advised to "let the professionals do the fireworks," according to Fire Chief Scott Chasteen."Don't even bother with home fireworks," the chief

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Greensburg Fire Chief Scott Chasteen said fire crews arrived on scene at approximately 6 p.m. Monday and extinguished a fire at a detached garage located at 623 West Central Avenue.

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