Jeff Glodoski Named New Springfield Fire Chief

Jeff Glodoski Named New Springfield Fire Chief

Jeff Glodoski Named New Springfield Fire Chief

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – After 44 years of service to the citizens of Springfield, Fire Chief Jimmy Hamill retired back in January. FULL STORY Now Springfield city leaders have chosen a successor.

According to a release by the city of Springfield Monday, Jeff Glodoski, an 18-year veteran with the department, has been named the department’s new fire chief.

Jimmy Hamil
Jimmy Hamil

Following Jimmy’s retirement, Glodoski had been acting as the department’s interim Fire Chief.

Glodoski is a graduate of Volunteer State Community College, with an associate’s degree in Fire Science.

Before joining the Springfield Fire Department, Glodoski spent three years as a firefighter with the Cross Plains Fire Department and two years as part-time EMT with Robertson County EMS.

Glodoski told Smokey Barn News that he’s looking forward to continuing to serve the citizens of Springfield.

“We have some dedicated, hard-working employees at the Fire Department,” said City Manager Gina Holt. “I am confident that Chief Glodoski’s leadership will continue to provide the citizens of Springfield with a first-rate Fire Department.”

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