Coming to Raleigh for the St. Patrick’s Day parade this Saturday, March 11? Swing by the Raleigh Fire Museum. It’s the second Saturday of the month and we’ll be open from 10 to 2. We’re located at the fire training center at 105 Keeter Center Drive, just south of downtown. Admission is free.
Obituary for Lynn Medlin
Retired Raleigh Fire Department mechanic J. Lynn Medlin, 77, passed away on Thursday, October 6, 2022. He retired in 2000 with 22.58 years of service. A private graveside service will be held at a later date. The family will receive friends at the home of Lynn and Jennifer Medlin. Read his obituary. Lynn Medlin was […]
Fire Museum Still Closed
September update. The Raleigh Fire Museum is still closed, and thus will not be opening on September 11, 2021, which is the second Saturday of this month. Thanks your patience as we work toward opening in a future month, and in a way that is safe for all visitors. Watch this space, or our web […]
Archived Annual Reports
We’ve created a new landing page with links to our archived annual reports, going back to 2014. Visit the new page.
Promotions & Retirements – April 2021
The Raleigh Fire Museum congratulates these newly retired and newly promoted members of the Raleigh Fire Department: Retirements Effective April 1, 2021 Captain Milton E. Tart, retiring with 28.2 years of service Captain Robert M. Jackowski, with 31.1 years Lieutenant Timothy L. Thrower, with 28.2 years Lieutenant Edward B. Tindal IV, with 28.2 years Senior […]
Retirements & Promotions – January 2021
The Raleigh Fire Museum congratulates these newly retired and newly promoted members of the Raleigh Fire Department. Retirements January 1, 2021 Asst. Chief of Operations Kendall T. Hocutt, retired with 28.9 years of service Asst. Chief of Training Ronny D. Mizell, with 29.9 years Captain Charles E. East, with 29.9 years Lt. William G. Bowen, […]