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SPOKANE VALLEY FIRE HAS A NEW CHAPLAIN!
WELCOME TO THE SVFD CHAPLAIN AARON MCNALLY
Spokane Valley Fire Department (SVFD) has hired a new Chaplain.
On behalf of Chief Collins, please welcome Chaplain Aaron McNally, to Spokane Valley Fire Department.
Chaplain McNally is a local Volunteer Firefighter, serves as a Fire Chaplain, and is the Lead Chaplain of the Inland Northwest Fire Chaplains.
He serves as the Pastor to Valleyford Community Church since 2013, as well as nine years as a Pastor on the East Coast. He has served in the Fire Service for over 15 years. Training includes CISM, ICS as well as a graduate of the National Police & Fire Chaplain Academy in 2017. He serves on the CISM Team here in Spokane County and a member of the Faculty of NPFCA that has trained 150 Chaplains to date.
“We want to make sure all Spokane Valley Fire Department personnel have the tools and resources they need with the stressful and emotional demands that come from having a career in the fire service industry,” said SVFD Fire Chief, Bryan Collins. “We are very excited with the new addition of the Cordico App and now Chaplain McNally to have more to offer our employees for all their well-being needs.”
SVFD wants to welcome Chaplain McNally and thank him for his willingness to serve us here at the Spokane Valley Fire Department.
- Julie Happy