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KFD promotes 9

Kannapolis Fire Department has promoted nine personnel.
“It is always an honor to recognize many of the individuals that serve our community,” said Fire chief Ernie Hiers. “I am proud of the hard work and dedication that they, along with their crews, continue to put forth to aid our rapidly growing city.”
Randall Faggart has been promoted to the rank of division chief of risk reduction from inspector. Chief Faggart will be the head of risk reduction. He has 20 years of experience in the fire service field, the last seven with KFD in risk reduction.
Tracy Winecoff has been promoted to the rank of battalion chief from captain. He has been with KFD for eight years, first starting as an engineer.
KFD is also pleased to announce the following members of the department have been promoted to the rank of captain from engineer: Justin Hahn, Scott Hartley, Jon Jenkins, Brad Jordan, Craig Miller, Jerry Morgan and Joe Simmons.

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