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Mark Rosselot


    Chief Mark Rosselot joined the department in 1974 as a cadet. He received his firefighter certification at the age of 18 in 1978 until he had to move out of the area in 1983 due to work.  Mark then returned to the area and the department in 1995 and has served our community ever since.  He has held numerous positions at the department.  Mark has served as a Trustee, Vice President, President, Assistant Chief, and in his present role as the Fire Chief.  Mark has been married to another one of our members Lieutenant Jenny Rosselot for over 40 years. They have two grown children Tory Rummel and Curtis Rosselot who also live in the community and 4 grand children.  Hobbies Mark likes to do when he isn’t busy at his full time job or at the fire department are family functions, working on the farm, and camping.

Assistant Chief Bill Adkins


    Assistant Chief Bill Adkins has been in the fire service for 25 years after following in his grandfather’s (Cecil “Gene” Mains) footsteps to become a firefighter.  He started as a cadet for Fayetteville Fire Department and is currently a Volunteer Fire Assistant Chief/Training Officer and a Career Fire Captain/Training Officer for Loveland-Symmes Fire Department.  Joining the Navy after High School he became a Diesel Mechanic and Nozzle man for the “At Sea Fire Party” and “In Port Emergency Team”.  He also served two tours in the Middle East and was a mechanic for the Army National Guard.  He attended Fire school at Scarlet Oaks where he became firefighter 2 certified and graduated paramedic school at the University of Cincinnati in 2007.  Bill is also a certified Fire Instructor, Fire Safety Inspector, Aircraft Rescue Fire fighter,  Rescue Tech,  Swift Water Tech II, HAZ MAT Tech, VFIS Drivers Instructor,  and Dive Rescue Specialist.  He has been married to Jessica Adkins for over 20 years.  Bill’s hobbies include traveling the world, riding his motorcycle, and camping.

Assistant Chief

Andy Huber


    Assistant Chief Andy Huber is a Fayetteville native and has been in the fire service for 26 years.  He started as a Cadet with the Fayetteville Fire Department and is currently an Assistant Chief.  Andy is also a Captain with Loveland - Symmes Fire Department since 2002, and was a Part time Firefighter / Paramedic for Wayne Township Fire and Rescue for over 11 years and Milford Community Fire Department for 9 1/2 years.   Andy currently holds the positions of President of the Fayetteville Fire Department Inc. with 13 years as Vice President, Task Force One Dive Commander.  Certifications are as follows Pro Board Fire Instructor, Pro Board Firefighter II, Pro Board Fire Officer III, Fire Safety Inspector, AHA BLS Instructor, AHA ACLS Instructor, Rescue Technician, Grain Bin Rescue Technician, Farm Rescue Technician, Hazardous Material Technician, Dive Rescue Specialist, PADI Rescue Diver, Swift Water Technician II,Ice Rescue Technician, Ice Rescue Technician Instructor, Tactical Casualty Combat Care Basic and Advanced Certifications, Paramedic, and Paramedic Adjunct Instructor.  Andy is married to Erika Huber and has 2 children Landon and Hayley.  Andy enjoys working on the farm and traveling.

Assistant Chief

Delta Johnson 


    Assistant Chief Delta Johnson moved to the area in 1988 and joined the department in November of 1988.  She received her first certification in 1989 and got her paramedic in 1998. She serves as department treasurer and is our EMS assistant chief and is responsible for all EMS. She has 3 sisters, 1 daughter, 3 grand children and 2 great grandchildren.


Jenny Rosselot 


    Lieutenant Jenny Rosselot joined the department in 1990. After joining the department she received her EMT-B and FireFighter 1. She has served in the position of Secretary and Assistant Treasurer for multiple years and has served on various department committees, VFIS Driver's Instructor and HazMat Operations. Jenny is a Fayetteville native, she was born and raised here. Her and her husband, Chief Mark Rosselot have raised two children, who also live in the area, and have 4 grandchildren. Jenny joined the department to give back to her community and loves being an EMT. Her hobbies include anything outdoors, crafts, and building memories with family.


Dale Reuss



Captain Dale Reuss has been with Fayetteville Fire & EMS since 2006 when he started as a cadet while attending Fayetteville Perry High School. Captain Reuss was promoted in 2018, and has received certifications as a Firefighter 2, Paramedic, Fire Instructor, Live Fire Instructor, EMS Instructor, Rope Rescue tech, Howell Rescue Auto Extrication, Grain Bin Rescue, ACLS and PALS. Captain Reuss is also program coordinator for our EMS continuing education. Dale is married to a fellow member Kayla they have a little girl Gracelyn together. When Dale isn't working he enjoys being with family going camping and site seeing. 


Rick Gauche


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  Lieutenant Rick Gauche has been in the fire service since 2013. He is currently serving as a Lieutenant for Fayetteville Fire & EMS. Rick also works part time for Mt.Orab Fire & EMS as well as working full time at Rumpke as a Heavy Equipment Operator. Lieutenant Gauche's certifications include Firefighter 1, EMT-Basic, Howell Rescue Auto Extrication, Grain Bin Rescue and CPR.  Rick is married to Krystle Gauche and they have two boys Cole and Carter. Rick enjoys camping and fishing with his family.


Justin Pritchard



Lieutenant Justin Pritchard joined the department in 2006 and received his firefighter certificate shortly after. Lieutenant Pritchard is also certified in Grain Bin Rescue, Wildland Fire and Prescribed Burns, and CPR. Justin is in charge of vehicle and equipment maintenance for the department. Justin is married to Emily Pritchard and they have a daughter. Justin enjoys working on the farm and spending time with his family. 


Adam Dozier


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Lieutenant Adam Dozier Has been in the fire service since 2001, the first in his family. He started with Fayetteville Fire Department as a Cadet. He currently serves as Vice President on the Bard of Trustees with the department and works with the County on the Ohio Marcs radio system and is a member of the county SRT Team, and also works part at Adams County EMS. He served in the Army from 2001 to 2012. While in the service he was a unit fire marshal, combat medic, aviation refuel and resupply specialist and Paratrooper. He was stationed at Fort Campbell 101st Airborne. While there he was a Lieutenant with the Montgomery County Rescue Squad where he performed boat operations like watercraft firefighting search and rescue on the local waterway and responded across the county assisting other departments. He spent 12 months in Afganistan during Operation Endurance Freedom. He is a certified Firefighter 2, Paramedic and Officer 1, Grain Bin Rescue Tech., EMS Assistant Instructor, ALS/BLS Instructor, VFIS Instructor, and Ice Rescue Tech. He is married to Laura Dozier who is an RN with Children's Hospital, and Firefighter/EMT with the department as well. They have 4 children together. When not working Adam enjoys spending time with family camping, fishing and being outdoors. 


Micah Baggs-FF/EMT

Griffin Brinkman-FireFighter

Austin Caldwell- FF/EMT

Daniel Cayse-FF/Medic

Michael Crone- FF/EMT

Laura Dozier- FF/EMT 

Keely Eads- EMT

Jesse Gilliam- EMT

Patty Hubbard- Paramedic

Sarah Cayse- FF/Medic

James Moberly-FireFighter

Jerry Mullins- Firefighter

Eric Nause- Firefighter

Phillip Nause - FF/EMT

Nate Parks- Firefighter

Faith Pullin- FF/EMT

Jon Pullin- FF/EMT

Cory Reuss- Firefighter

Kayla Reuss- Firefighter

Ed Schmid- Firefighter

Kyle Singleton- FF/EMT

Karl Smith- FF/Medic

Alyssa Sullivan- Firefighter

Melissa Vice- FF/Medic

Kara Woodward-FF/Medic

Kris Woodward-FF/EMT

Ralph Zimmerman- Firefighter

Associate Members:

Carolyn Adams

Curtis Adams

Jessica Adkins

Krystle Gauche

Patrick Hubbard

Erika Huber

RD Kraft

Aurora Mullins

Emily Pritchard

Kathe Smith

Austin Nause

Lexie Nause

Thomas Reuss

Douglas Jones

Charles Behymer

Fire Cadets:

Faith Rosselot

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