Chief Partick Krogman
Patrick Krogman is a native of Campbell County, KY and started his fire service career as a volunteer for the Bellevue Fire Department in February of 1978. He also served as an EMT and paramedic assistant until he completed his Paramedic Certification in October of 1983. He served as a Paramedic and the EMS Training Officer for Northern Kentucky EMS until 1998. He started as a career firefighter for the City of Newport,KY. in September of 1987 where he worked until his retirement as a Captain/Medic on September 1st, 2013. He was serving as a Platoon Commander and EMS Operations Coordinator and as the Acting Fire Chief prior to his retirement. Patrick joined the ACFPD on April 1, 2015 when he was appointed as Fire Chief. Patrick is IFSAC Level 1 & 2, KY Fire Service Instructor - Level II, Certified Fire Inspector, a Hazardous Material Technician with specialties in Weapons of Mass Destruction, a Toxicology Medic, and a Fire Rescue & Survival Instructor.
Assistant Chief Chad R. Womack (Chief of Administration)
Chief Womack is originally from McMinnville, TN and moved to Anderson County in 1982. He joined the Anderson County Fire District in 1994 as a firefighter and has held the ranks of Lieutenant, Station 1 Captain, and Battalion Chief over Safety and Training before being promoted to Assistant Chief in 2016. Chief Womack also served as the department’s Training Officer from 1998 to 2018. Chief Womack serves as the Administration Chief for the Department.
Chief Womack is IFSAC Level 1 and 2 certified, KY Level 1 Fire Instructor, National Register Paramedic, Hazardous Material Technician, Rope Rescue Technician, Swiftwater Technician, Large Animal Rescue Technician, and a Certified Car Seat Technician. He also serves as a Firefighter Paramedic for the Lexington Fire Department.
Assistant Chief Brandon A. Brown (Chief of Operations)
Chief Brown is a native of Anderson County. He joined the Anderson County Fire District in 1998 as an explorer. Moved up as a recruit firefighter, then Firefighter and has held the ranks of Lieutenant Station 1, Captain Station 1, and Battalion Chief over Hazmat and SCBA program before being promoted to Assistant Chief in 2017. Chief Brown serves as the Operations Chief for the Department.
Chief Brown is IFSAC Level 1 and 2 certified, IFSAC Hazardous Materials Awareness, IFSAC Hazardous Materials Operations, IFSAC Level 1 Fire Instructor, National Register EMT, Hazardous Material Technician, Rope Rescue Technician, FEMA IS 100A, 200A, 300, 400, 700, 701, 702, 703, 706, 800, 804 and a Certified Car Seat Technician Proxy. He also serves as a Captain for the Versailles Fire Department.
Battalion Chief Marty Terry
Marty Terry is a lifelong native of Anderson County and a 1987 graduate from Anderson County High School. He studied Fire and Safety Engineering Technology at Eastern Kentucky University.
He has served with Cambellsville-Taylor County Rescue Squad, Adair County Rescue, Ambu-Care Ambulance Service in Pikeville, Madison County Rescue Squad, White Hall Fire Department (Richmond) as well as working with Fire and Safety at the Toyota Plant in Georgetown.
A life-long volunteer, Chief Terry currently serves as a Battalion Chief with oversight of Anderson County’s Station’s One and Six.
Battalion Chief James C Harrod
Chris is a native of Franklin County,KY and moved to Anderson County in 1982.Chris joined the Anderson Co. Fire District in 1996 and held the ranks of Lieutenant and Assistant Chief before being promoted to Battalion Chief in 2007.Chris is over our Suppression and Rescue operations and is responsible for Stations #1, #4, and #5.He is also a KY level 1 instructor.Chris is a Captain/Paramedic with the Lexington FD and is also Retired SFC with 21 years from the KY National Guard.
Battalion Chief Charles Brandon Woods
Lawrenceburg Native with my wife and son, joined the dept in 1994 as an explorer. 1998, became a firefighter. Has held the ranks of Lieutenant, Captain, and Major before being promoted to Battalion Chief in 20? Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Engineering with an emphasis on Fire,Arson, & Explosion investigations from Eastern Kentucky University. Works for Shelbyville Fire Department as a Sergeant/EMT and Fire Investigator. Is a KY level 1 instructor and oversees the training division for the dept, as well as supervises stations 4 & 5.