New Hampton Fire Department
Chief Dana Cullen Jr.
Center Ossipee Fire Department
Dana Cullen Jr. is the Chief of Center Ossipee Fire Department.
Cheshire County Representative
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Milan Fire Department
Cell # 603-723-5985
Danbury Fire Department
Daniel Boynton is currently a FF with the Danbury Volunteer Fire Department and has been a very active member since 2009.
Dan lives in Danbury with his wife Joann since 2005.
Prior to joining Danbury Fire, Dan served for several years with the Campton-Thornton fire department starting his career in 1996.
His training within the fire service consists of FF1, FF2, Haz-mat certificates, Terrorism Training, Rescue Training and holds 20+ certificates within the fire service and looking forward to taking more classes and training in the near future.
Dan is currently your Grafton County Representative. Hope this all looks good to you and looking forward to working with you soon.
Corey Fectaeu – Bedford Fire Dept.
Cell: (603) 723-2500
Firefighter Corey Fecteau has served the Town of Bedford as a Career Firefighter since 2007. Prior this service, he served the Town of Gorham, NH as a Call Firefighter / EMT for 3 years. Firefighter Fecteau has been a Paramedic since 2011 graduating from the New England EMS Institute. Corey will be attending Granite State College in January to complete a B.S. in Public Safety Management.
Firefighter Fecteau has extensive training and experience in vehicle maintenance holding certifications in both Automotive Service Excellence (ASE )-Heavy Truck and Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT). Firefighter Fecteau has used his background in maintenance to improve maintenance procedures at the Bedford Fire Department. He has implemented a system for tracking maintenance items within the Firehouse Software currently used at the Bedford Fire Department. He has also restructured apparatus inspections to meet the current NFPA 1911 standard. Firefighter Fecteau also implemented the Lock-out / Tag-out program currently in place at the Bedford Fire Department.
Firefighter Fecteau serves on the Executive Board of the New Hampshire Fireman’s Association as the Hillsborough County Representative. Firefighter Fecteau has also sat on the Visiting Committee at the New Hampshire Fire Academy for the Firefighter III- Heavy Vehicle & Machinery Rescue. He also currently serves as Vice President Red Knights Motorcycle Club Chapter 10 based in Bedford.
Firefighter Fecteau is married to his best friend Bridget and lives and serves in Bedford. He also has a step-son, Christopher Tolson who is also a firefighter in Oklahoma.
Paul St. Germain, Fire Chief
Allenstown Fire Department
1 Ferry Street
Allenstown, NH 03275
Cell: 603-340-8377, primary
Station: 603-485-9202 Ext. 200
Cliff Cray – (603) 396-9436
Clifton Cray. In 1978 Cliff volunteered for Cub Scouts and at that time decided that he should learn first aid as he would be working with young boys that probably could have accidents. While at the Epping Fire Department with the first aid course Cliff was challenged to run for the Board of Fire Wards. Once elected he got involved with the management side of the then volunteer Fire Department. During his time there were a few serious fires, one having a fatality. As the fire marshal and the Exeter fire chief investigated his interest in the fire service increased and in 1981 Cliff joined the Epping Fire Department. He took training with the department and progressed to the rank of Lieutenant and then Captain the rank he still holds. Cliff had 22 years as Fire Ward and have been a member of the Epping Fire Department for 33 years. Cliff is in his second term as the Rockingham County Representative with the New Hampshire State Firemen’s Association.
Larry Benoit – Gonic NH
Home: (603) 742-0558
Cell: (603 )682-2095
Larry Benoit is a retired call Captain from the Rochester NH fire department where he served 30 years on Engine Company 5. While on the department he served as clerk for the company and training officer. He served as vice president, treasurer and secretary of the Rochester Fireman’s Relief Assoc. He and other members of Engine 5 started American LaFrance Engine Restoration Team (A.L.E.R.T.) to restore one of Rochester’s first motorized apparatus as well as helping to restore a fire station built in 1902. Larry received his Associates degree in Fire Protection in 1990 and Bachelors degree in Organizational Management in 2002. Larry has been the Strafford County representative since 2004 and lives in Gonic NH.
Charles Barlay, Fire Chief
Charlestown Fire Department