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PTC Fire Chief a 'silent hero'

Acting Peachtree City Fire Chief Joe O'Conor (L) was presented with the Silent Hero Award from the Ronnie Thames Foundation at a recent event. O'Conor was nominated by a member of the fire service who lauded him for helping provide strong leadership and helping improve morale inside the department while he simultaneously improved the department's external relations. The award was presented by the Ronnie Thames Foundation to recognize firefighters who have performed outstanding services in Fayette County, Peachtree City and Fayetteville. Presenting the award to O'Conor was Ronnie Thames. Photo/Special.

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Does the PTCFD have physical and health requirements?

Congratulations, Chief O'Conor. PTC has the best Firefighters (and Police). Thank you for your leadership.

Mr. O'Conor was on the scene of a very bad car accident I was in many years ago & he was great! Kudos to him.

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