County Line Volunteer Fire Department would like to announce that Chief Brian Koontz will be stepping down as fire chief effective January 1st, 2018. This was a decision Brian made and all the members support him in his decision. We would like to thank Brian for his 17 years of service as the Chief of County Line Volunteer Fire Department. There have been many improvements made under his leadership including building improvements and updates, apparatus improvements and building a fully equipped gym for the members just to name a few. Chief Koontz, we are very grateful for your dedication and leadership. Thank you sir!
With the above announcement, please join us in congratulating the following members on their promotions to their new positions:
Fire Chief: C. J. Dwiggins
C.J. has been a member of County Line Volunteer Fire Department since he joined as a junior firefighter in 2005. C.J. has been very dedicated to the fire service since he first started with us. He currently has his AAS in Fire Science and is a full time firefighter for the City of Winston-Salem. C.J. has plans to obtain his BS in Fire Science in the near future. Among many of his accomplishments, C.J. is a Fire Officer II and Fire Instructor I. We look forward to his leadership and support his vision for the future of County Line Fire Department. C.J. formally served as the Assistant Chief of the fire department.
Assistant Chief: Todd Shores
Todd joined County Line Volunteer Fire Department as a junior fire fighter in 2002. Todd has also made great strides in the fire service since that time. Todd has obtained many certifications including his NC Firefighter, NC EMT-B and Driver Operator to name a few. He currently works full time for Sherrills Ford-Terrell Fire and Rescue as a firefighter. Todd formally served as a Captain and training officer.
Captain: Matt Stegall
Matt started with County Line Volunteer Fire Department in 2004 when he moved to the area. While his focus has been more in the medical field, he serves our community in any capacity he is asked. Matt has played a vital role in the last two truck purchases and spends many hours doing the behind the scenes operations. He is currently a Paramedic/Relief Operations Supervisor for the Mecklenburg EMS Agency better known as MEDIC. Matt formally served as a Lieutenant.
Captain: Nathan Williams
Nathan joined County Line Volunteer Fire Department in 2013. Nathan is a dedicated firefighter and he has obtained his NC Firefighter, NC EMT-B, NC EMD and NC EFD. He plays an integral part in programming our communication radios and pagers. Nathan is very well educated in this area and it is an honor to have him serve as Captain. He currently works full time for Davie County 911 as a telecommunicator and dispatcher. Nathan formally served as a Lieutenant.
Lieutenant: Colton Orrell
Colton began his career with County Line Volunteer Fire Department in 2012. Colton is a very ambitious person and he has made wonderful progress in the fire service. He has obtained his NC Firefighter and NC EMT-B. Colton is currently employed as a firefighter with the City of Statesville. Colton formally served as a Firefighter.
Lieutenant: Garrett Combs
Garrett joined the fire department in 2003. Since that time he has shown dedication to the fire department in any way he is able. Garrett has obtained his NC Firefighter and his NC EMT-B through Mitchell Community College in Statesville. Garrett formally served as a Lieutenant.
Lieutenant: Collin Earl
Collin joined County Line Fire Department in 2016 when he moved to the area. He had previous experience in the fire service from Vienna Fire Department where he began his career. Collin has obtained his NC EMD, NC EFD and NC EMT-B. He currently works for the Charlotte Fire Department Communications Division. Collin is working toward obtaining his NC Firefighter. Collin formally served as a Firefighter.
Have you ever passed the scene of an accident or seen a commercial on TV and thought "I wish I could help"? County Line Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for bright, new faces to be a part of our family! Join us the first and third Monday of every month at 7 p.m. to submit your application.
Please move away from emergency scenes. Click here to see the law if you
have any questions. All of our volunteers have families that we would like to
safely return home to. Thank you!
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