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Retirement of Station 14 Asst. Fire Chief Rhesa Davis

Fayette County Station 14 Assistant District Fire Chief Rhesa Davis is retiring after 55 years of service as a firefighter, paramedic, and chaplain. He was honored at the Fayette County Commission meeting on August 23rd. At left is his son, Ken Davis, and at right is Fayette County Fire Chief Rich Hartfield.

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  1. Dale Ingram on August 31, 2022 at 10:29 pm

    Congratulations Rhesa Davis ! He definitely deserves this recognition! Rhesa has been a very honorable man all these years and the best public relations spokesman possible for the fire department. He loved being a fireman and loved those that stood with him in the field. And you knew immediately that he was a Christian because he wanted to make sure that all he met heard the gospel. He would begin most conversations by asking “where do you go to church?” He’s a bold Christian and an outstanding and effective firemen and paramedic.
    He’s saved many lives and, no doubt, led many souls to Christ. Well done, Rhesa. Thank you for your service .

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