~ Provided by Stanley Volunteer Fire Department, Co. 24
STANLEY — The Stanley Volunteer Fire Department has announced its slate of officers for 2022.
Zach Croft has been elected President and Bruce Stoneberger Vice President. Other administrative officers include Ariel Beales Secretary, Jordan Nealis, Assistant Secretary, Michael Kane Treasurer and Kevin L. Painter Assistant Treasurer.
Board of Directors includes Mitch Martin, Jacob Jenkins, Jason Alger and Duane Layman.
Operational Officers include Terry A. Pettit, Chief for his 41st year, Jamie Rickard Assistant Chief (7th year), Kevin L. Painter, Captain (9th year), Jason Sours, Lieutenant 24 (5th year), Jason Pettit Lieutenant 24-1, Colin Huffman Lieutenant 24-2, Travis Good Chief Engineer and Casey Burner EMS Officer.
The Stanley Fire Department Auxiliary officers for 2022 include Patty Foltz President, Bonnie Hutchinson Vice President, Kaitlyn Painter Secretary, David Hutchinson Treasurer and Angela Hilliard Assistant Treasurer.
The officers were recognized at the department’s annual banquet held in December along with special recognition to Chief Terry A. Pettit for serving as Chief for the past 40 years.
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