CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Clarksville Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery has named Bobby Nall as Assistant Chief of the Maintenance Division.
Nall, who was promoted from the rank of captain, joined the department in 1997 and has served in the Maintenance Division since 2005. He previously rose through the ranks as a firefighter, emergency medical responder and engineer. He replaces Assistant Chief Scott McWhorter, who retired from CFR on Sept. 30.
Nall received his new Assistant Chief’s badge during a pinning ceremony Wednesday morning at Fire Station 1.
“It’s not one person, it’s all of us, and we’re going to do the best we can do,” Nall said.
The Maintenance Division is responsible for keeping the department’s extensive fleet of fire trucks, ambulances and other equipment ready to roll when needed to serve and protect Clarksville’s citizens, businesses and property.
Chief Montgomery presented a Certificate of Promotion that credited Nall for his “past and present superior performance, extraordinary technical competency, and exceptional leadership.”
“We’ve got a solid foundation, and we want to keep it going,” Montgomery said.
Clarksville Fire Rescue has six Assistant Chiefs, leading fire suppression Districts 1, 2 and 3 and the training, fire prevention and maintenance divisions.
Clarksville Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery presents a Certificate of Promotion to Assistant Chief Bobby Nall, who will lead the department’s Maintenance Division.