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Salisbury Fire Department announces promotions

SALISBURY — Chief Robert Parnell has promoted four firefighters to the rank of captain in the Salisbury Fire Department.

The promotions were effective June 10.

Those promoted are Kevin J. Burges, Stephen R. Carter Jr., Theodore J. Reaume and Brantley C. Shanks.

Burges has been with the department since 2011 and is on the Ladder 1B shift. He also serves as training officer for B shift.

Carter has been with the department since 2009 and is on Engine 4C shift.

Reaume is on the Engine 4A shift and has also been with the department for more than nine years.

Shanks joined the department in 2012 and is on Rescue 1B shift.

Two men also were promoted to Engineer II. Christopher R. Renfrow joined the department in 2014 and is on the Ladder 1C shift. Casey G. Stiller joined in 2016 and is on the Rescue 1C shift.

 

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