Holly Volunteer Fire Department Selects New Fire Chief

Chief Craig Schenck

Chief Craig Schenck

HOLLY, CO –  The Holly Volunteer Fire Department is pleased to announce they have selected Craig Schenck as the new Fire Chief for the Town of Holly and surrounding areas.  Chief Schenck has been the Assistant Fire Chief for the Town of Holly since 2015.  His first day as Chief for the Holly Volunteer Fire Department will be January 1, 2017.

Chief Schenck moved back to his home town after receiving his ag business degree from CSU in 2008 to farm in the Holly area.  He has been a volunteer for the Holly Fire Department since 2006 and plans on bringing operational, technical, and administrative expertise to the rural area of southeast Colorado.  Chief Schenck was selected by his fellow fire fighters to lead and promote the Volunteer Fire Department to the high standards of professionalism in the field of firefighting.

About the Holly Volunteer Fire Department
The Holly Volunteer Fire Department is dedicated to protect life, property, and the environment in the rural area of Eastern Prowers County through education, prevention and emergency response to fire and hazardous conditions.  The Fire Department consists of 11 volunteer firefighters responsible for about 550 square miles of territory and offers mutual aid for another 8,425 square miles of Eastern Colorado and Western Kansas.

Jacob Holdren, Assistant Fire Chief

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