To encourage high professional standards of conduct among fire inspectors

Fall Conference Hotel Accommodations

The executive board reminds everyone that if you desire a hotel room in Columbia for the Fall Conference that you must make your reservations before the close of the business day, Monday, October 14. Rooms are filling fast and a limited number of rooms remain available. Room rates made after the cutoff are not guaranteed at the negotiated SCFMA room rate.

Firefighter Fatalities

Guess Who’s Retiring?

Please join the South Carolina Fire Marshal Association in congratulating Teresa Barber as she begins another chapter in her life. Teresa Barber served as President of this Association from 2006 – 2007 and will be retiring from Greenville County. Greenville County will be hosting a drop-in on October 29, 2019, from 1 PM until 4 PM, in Room 400, Greenville County Square.

Executive Members for 2019 – 2021

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Welcome Newest Members to the Association

Please join the Association in welcoming its newest members. The following people have joined the Association since the 2018 Spring Conference.

Douglas Sutton, City of Rock HillMichael Tapp, City of EasleyMatt Littleton, City of Easley
Kevin King, City of EasleyChris Cartee, City of ClemsonShawn Petras, Whitney Fire Department
Scott Ordway, City of Myrtle BeachJonathan Fore, Whitney Fire DepartmentJonathan Evans, City of Myrtle Beach
James Nance, III, Clarendon County Fire DepartmentRobert Pegram, Clarendon County Fire DepartmentPaul Brian Horne, South Greenville Fire Department
Geoff Woolard, Mooresville Fire RescueJohn Norton, Lady’s Island – St. Helena Fire DepartmentGary Melton, Goose Creek Rural Fire Deparment
Mark Nugent, Midway Fire RescueSean Harshaw, Mount Pleasant Fire DepartmentSteve Holmes, Greenwood County
Joshua McCowan, Anderson County