The Municipality of Kincardine has completed the recruitment process for the Fire Chief position and is pleased to announce that Brad Lemaich will be the next Fire Chief of the Kincardine Fire & Emergency Services Department. He will officially assume his new duties on April 7, 2021, after his appointment by Council.
Brad comes to the Municipality of Kincardine with extensive fire and emergency service experience including 10 years as a volunteer firefighter and eight years as a full-time Fire Chief and Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC) in other rural municipalities such as Tillsonburg and Shelburne.
“We are pleased to welcome Brad to the Municipality of Kincardine and our management team,” says Sharon Chambers, Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), Municipality of Kincardine. “We look forward to his contributions and are excited to bring his leadership, administration, and planning skills to the department. We would also like to extend our appreciation and thanks to Interim Fire Chief Kevin McNeilly who has been integral in assisting with the transition for the past year.”
“I extend my thanks to our Interim Fire Chief Kevin McNeilly, who has been instrumental this past year overseeing our emergency management requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic,” adds Anne Eadie, Mayor, Municipality of Kincardine. “As Mayor, and on behalf of the Municipality of Kincardine, I want to welcome Brad as our new Fire Chief. Being able to deliver core emergency services is crucial to all municipalities and we believe that Brad has the experience and knowledge to deliver these services for us in the Municipality of Kincardine.”