Craig Cozadd and Gary Carson Receive Promotions within the Monmouth Fire Department


Following the announcement of the retirement of Assistant Chief Josh Hinton with the Monmouth Fire Department, two members were recently promoted, shares Chief Casey Rexroat:

“What promoted these promotions was we had an Assistant Chief in the department, Josh Hinton, who has been on the department for almost 23 years, had a very nice long career on our department, very happy for him and he decided just recently to retire. That left a vacancy of that position and so Craig Cozadd was next on the list to be promoted. We promoted Craig Cozadd to Assistant Chief and since he was moved up, we needed somebody to take his position as a Captain and Gary Carson was next on the list for that, so we promoted to Gary Carson as well.”

The Monmouth Fire Department is also celebrating three work anniversaries for the month of August, Devon Wade one year, Ralph Peeler 19 years, and Brian Morefield 25 years.

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