Jason Culham and Lt. Greg Baumle promoted in the Huber Heights Fire Division


The ceremonial badge pinning and promotion of two members of the Huber Heights Fire Division as a result of several retirements was conducted at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters observes as Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedic Jason Culham who was promoted to rank of Lieutenant and Lt. Greg Baumle who was promoted to rank of Battalion Chief.


Photos by Greg Smart

The ceremonial badge pinning was held for three newer members of the Huber Heights Fire Division at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedics Cory Yutzy and Ryan Temple, who both have completed their one-year probationary period and to firefighter/paramedic Adam Puhl, a new hire.


Photos by Greg Smart

The ceremonial badge pinning and promotion of two members of the Huber Heights Fire Division as a result of several retirements was conducted at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters observes as Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedic Jason Culham who was promoted to rank of Lieutenant and Lt. Greg Baumle who was promoted to rank of Battalion Chief.

The ceremonial badge pinning was held for three newer members of the Huber Heights Fire Division at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedics Cory Yutzy and Ryan Temple, who both have completed their one-year probationary period and to firefighter/paramedic Adam Puhl, a new hire.

The ceremonial badge pinning and promotion of two members of the Huber Heights Fire Division as a result of several retirements was conducted at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters observes as Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedic Jason Culham who was promoted to rank of Lieutenant and Lt. Greg Baumle who was promoted to rank of Battalion Chief.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/09/web1_FF247.jpgThe ceremonial badge pinning and promotion of two members of the Huber Heights Fire Division as a result of several retirements was conducted at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Huber Heights Mayor Thomas McMasters observes as Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedic Jason Culham who was promoted to rank of Lieutenant and Lt. Greg Baumle who was promoted to rank of Battalion Chief. Photos by Greg Smart

The ceremonial badge pinning was held for three newer members of the Huber Heights Fire Division at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedics Cory Yutzy and Ryan Temple, who both have completed their one-year probationary period and to firefighter/paramedic Adam Puhl, a new hire.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2015/09/web1_FFoath241.jpgThe ceremonial badge pinning was held for three newer members of the Huber Heights Fire Division at the Huber Heights City Council meeting on Sept. 14. Fire Chief Mark Ashworth administers the oath of office from left to right to firefighter/paramedics Cory Yutzy and Ryan Temple, who both have completed their one-year probationary period and to firefighter/paramedic Adam Puhl, a new hire. Photos by Greg Smart