Carl Morrow has been named Loganville’s new fire chief. He began his career with the Loganville Fire Department as a volunteer in 1991 while still in high school.
Morrow was appointed in February to serve as the assistant fire chief, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the department after former chief Danny Roberts was named the new city manager.
“Loganville is a place where people matter, and to me, that not only means our citizens but those who run toward an emergency when others run away,” he said. “I think the Loganville Fire Department is among not only the state’s best, but among the best in the country. I have truly enjoyed my time with our department and I look forward to my new role as chief of the Loganville Fire Department.”
Morrow’s leadership training includes National Professional Qualifications Instructor I status with the Georgia Fire Training Academy, training as an EMT, management classes and recently an Associate’s Degree in Fire Science from Columbia Southern University.