Canfield Features54321 0 (0 votes)The estimated reading time is less than a minute Canfield fire station hosts retirement night Mike Renzella July 28, 2022 at 2:40 am92 Views CANFIELD—A group of current and retired firefighters gathered at Canfield Fire Station 5 on July 16, 2022 to celebrate recent and upcoming retirees. The group enjoyed a catered meal by Brad’s BBQ in Canfield, followed by speeches. Pictured sitting (l-r): Acting Captain Kalvin Factor, Colin Hedley, Andrew Huitema, Nikayla Fox, District Chief Ralph Corlis Jr, Hayden Fox, Captain Brad Bird, Captain Rob Long, and Captain Jerry Fox. Standing (l-r): retiree Allan Hedley, retiree Ray MacNeil, retiree Lloyd Vollick, retired District Chief Trevor Martin, retiree Scott Elliott, retiree Nick Marshall, retired District Chief John Fitchie, retired Deputy Fire Chief Rodger Hill, Fire Chief & Manager of Emergency Services Jason Gallagher, retiree Bart Barnes, retiree Ryan Raos, retired District Chief Neil Hedley, retiree Steve Moodie, Captain Bryan Hedley, Cam Hedley, Taylor Beckett, and Steve Court. —Photos courtesy of Katherine Hedley. CANFIELD—A group shot of this year’s retirees. Pictured (l-r) are Ray MacNeil, retired with 15 years of service; current Deputy Fire Chief Rodger Hill; Neil Hedley, retired with 35 years of service; current Station 5 District Chief Ralph Corlis Jr; Fire Chief & Manager of Emergency Services Jason Gallagher; and Bart Barnes, retired with 27 years of service. CANFIELD—District Chief Neil Hedley was recognized for his 35 years of service. Pictured (l-r) are Deputy Fire Chief Rodger Hill, Hedley, current Station 5 District Chief Ralph Corlis Jr, and Fire Chief & Manager of Emergency Services Jason Gallagher.