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Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services Promotes Five
12/10/14 3:18 PM
Receiving promotions on Tuesday were (Front row left to right): Sgt. David Burnaugh, Sgt. David Miller, Lt. Adam Dierdorff, Sgt. Nate Sullivan and Sgt. Cheri Collett.  Attending the ceremony were (Back row - left to right): Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Eddie Robinson, Assistant Fire Chief, Greg Erdely, Chief of Operations, Barry Gibson, Cherokee County Fire Marshal and Danny West, EMS Chief.
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Receiving promotions on Tuesday were (Front row left to right): Sgt. David Burnaugh, Sgt. David Miller, Lt. Adam Dierdorff, Sgt. Nate Sullivan and Sgt. Cheri Collett. Attending the ceremony were (Back row - left to right): Tim Prather, Cherokee County Fire Chief, Eddie Robinson, Assistant Fire Chief, Greg Erdely, Chief of Operations, Barry Gibson, Cherokee County Fire Marshal and Danny West, EMS Chief.
Five Cherokee County firefighters were promoted yesterday during ceremonies at Cherokee County Fire Training Complex, located south of Holly Springs.
 
Adam Dierdorff was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Dierdorff came to the department in 2005 and was promoted to Sergeant in August of 2008.
 
The following firefighters were promoted to the rank of Sergeant: David Burnaugh, Cheri Collett, David Miller and Nate Sullivan. David Burnaugh, Cheri Collett and David Miller came to work for the fire department in 2007 and Nate Sullivan came to work in 2010. 
 
Numerous firefighters, chiefs and family members attended the event. Refreshments were held afterwards in honor of the promotions. 
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Renee Dierdorff, wife of Adam Dierdorff, pins the new lieutenant insignia on her husband's collar.
Renee Dierdorff, wife of Adam Dierdorff, pins the new lieutenant insignia on her husband's collar.
Brandon Burnaugh (center), son of David Burnaugh, pins on the new sergeant insignias for his dad.
Brandon Burnaugh (center), son of David Burnaugh, pins on the new sergeant insignias for his dad.
Battalion Chief, Ricky Collett, pins the new insignias on the collar of his wife, Cheri.
Battalion Chief, Ricky Collett, pins the new insignias on the collar of his wife, Cheri.
David Miller receives his new sergeant insignias from his wife, Jennifer, and Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather.
David Miller receives his new sergeant insignias from his wife, Jennifer, and Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather.
Nate Sullivan is pinned by his girlfriend, Leslie, and Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather.
Nate Sullivan is pinned by his girlfriend, Leslie, and Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather.
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