Frazier hired as city fire marshal
The city of North Myrtle Beach has hired Greg Frazier as its new fire marshal. He will report to work on May 2. |
Frazier has worked in the fire service for 30 years. He retired in early 2016 after 15 years in the fire marshal’s office in Raleigh, N.C. He served as shift Deputy Fire Marshal in Raleigh for the past six years.
Frazier has extensive experience in inspections, the testing of fire protection installations and operations involving all occupancy classes. He has also taught fire inspection certification classes for over 20 years.
Before joining the Raleigh Fire Department, Frazier served as fire marshal for the city of Henderson, N.C.
“Our area was listed recently as one of the fastest growing areas in the United States,” said Fire Chief Garry Spain, “and Raleigh is listed as one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. That experience with growth should help Greg in his transition to our area, and it will be of great benefit to us.”
“With his experience in the fire service, as well as his outgoing personality, we feel like Greg will be a great fit for North Myrtle Beach,” said Public Safety Director Jay Fernandez. “We are very excited to have him join the department.”