Fire Marshal Adam Stanley Named 2021 Instructor Of The Year

Johnston County Emergency Services Fire Marshal Adam Stanley was recognized recently as the 2021 Instructor of the Year by the North Carolina Society of Fire Rescue Instructors.

Along with his duties as the Fire Marshal of Johnston County, Mr. Stanley is also a volunteer firefighter in his hometown with the Princeton Fire Department.  He has been directly involved in emergency services for over 30 years and an active instructor for over 20 years.

“I am extremely passionate about Emergency Services. It has always been my goal to do everything in my power to enhance the level of service for all of our citizens. I have been very blessed with the support of my family and my employers to travel and learn from some of the top educators across the United States,” Fire Marshal Stanley said.

“I have been very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel throughout North Carolina sharing what I have learned throughout my career specializing in Fire Investigations, Fire Officer & Instructor Development,” Mr. Stanley said.

“We are proud of Adam’s recent recognition as ‘Instructor of the Year’ by the NC Society of Fire Rescue Instructors. Adam’s commitment to fire service training extends beyond Johnston County throughout North Carolina. Johnston County is fortunate to have Adam’s knowledge and experience as he serves in the role of County Fire Marshal,” stated Kevin Hubbard, Director of Johnston County Emergency Services.

Princeton Fire Chief  Randy Jones added, “Princeton Fire Department is proud to have Adam Stanley as a member of our department. He has been a huge addition to our program, especially as our current Training Officer. Adam brings a lot of experience and knowledge to the Fire Service in Johnston County. We are proud that he has been honored and recognized as ‘Instructor of the Year’ by the NC Society of Fire Rescue Instructors. Adam is a valued asset to Princeton Fire Department and Johnston County.”