Glassy Mountain Fire Department

Heart of The Dark Corner

The Captains

Captain Rafferty – A Battalion

Russell Rafferty joined the department in April 2016 to fill the position of Captain of “A” Battalion with responsibility for Training and Safety.  Captain Rafferty has more than 30 years of fire service experience with his last assignment as Deputy Chief of Operations, EMS, and Training for the City of Deltona Fire Department in Deltona, FL.  Prior to taking on the position in Deltona, Russ served with the City of Port Orange Department of Fire and Rescue where he began his career in the fire service as a volunteer/part time firefighter in 1982 rising through the ranks as an Engineer, Lieutenant, Shift Commander, and finally as Division Chief of EMS. He is a certified National Registry Paramedic, EMS Instructor, Fire Service Instructor, Fire Inspector, Fire Officer, and Health and Safety Officer.

Captain Rafferty holds an Associate’s degree in Emergency Medical Service, Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management, and is a 2010 graduate of the National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officer Program.  Captain Rafferty has become an excellent addition to our staff.

Russell and his wife Sabrina have two (2) children, Bryant lives in Virginia and Serena is attending college in Florida.  Russ and Sabrina have purchased a home in the Blue Ridge area of Greer.  He is an avid Chicago Bear fan and enjoys tennis and spending time with his family including his three boxers Wrangler, Minnie and Peytyn.

We are blessed to have Captain Rafferty and his wife Sabrina as part of the Glassy Mountain Fire Department family.


Acting Captain Lamb  – B Battalion

Captain Lamb was promoted to the rank of Captain and assigned to B-Battalion in May of 2016. 

Captain Lamb has been with the Glassy Mountain Fire Department since May 24, 2014 and was promoted to Engineer in May of 2015.  Greg came to Glassy Mountain with more than 26 years in the fire service and 18 years as a paramedic. Prior to relocating to the Upstate, Greg served with the Hilton Head and Jasper County Fire Departments and retired from Hilton Head as a Lieutenant. During his time with Hilton Head he was recognized as Firefighter of the Year and B Shift Engineer of the Year.

Besides serving the Glassy Mountain community, Greg serves as a paramedic with the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare system in their inter-facility transport division.

 


Acting Captain Ward – C Battalion

 

Acting Captain Ward began with the department in September of 2014 as a Cadet. Hunter became certified as a Firefighter in 2015 and in 2017 was promoted to Engineer. In 2017, Hunter became a National Registry EMT and is currently completing his Paramedic Certification.

When Hunter is not responding to calls he enjoys rooting for Virginia Tech and riding his motorcycle around the beautiful upstate.

AC Ward also leads our Cadet Program and enjoys training young men and women to become Emergency Responders. 

 

Updated: November 1, 2018 — 2:29 pm
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