Adam Moore

Chief Adam Moore is a 17 year veteran of the fire and EMS service. He currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Support Services for the South Montgomery County Fire Department. As such, he is responsible for the maintenance of apparatus, equipment, and stations, as well as being responsible for following the construction of new fire stations for the District. 

Chief Moore began his fire service career in 1999 as a Volunteer Fire Fighter for the Ovid/Middlebury Fire Department in the State of Michigan.  He moved to the Clinton Area Fire & Rescue in St. Johns, Michigan in 2001, and was a member of the Clinton County Special Response Team on September 11, 2001.

On the evening of September 11th, Chief Moore and 15 other members from Clinton Area Fire & Rescue, and the Center Line Department of Public Safety, were sent from Michigan to New York City to assist with the rescue and recovery of efforts at Ground Zero. The teams worked at Ground Zero for three days during this life altering event.

 In 2006, he took a position with the City of Lake City, Florida Fire Department as their Logistics Officer, where he served from until 2008.

Chief Moore worked overseas in Bahrain as a Technical Rescue Coordinator contractor for the United States Navy instructing Technical Rescue practices to troops overseas.

In 2009, Chief Moore came to South County, which was a department under extreme transition at the time, and took over as the Captain on the A shift. In 2011, Chief Moore was promoted to the rank of Battalion Chief on A Shift where he commanded the daily operations of his shift.

In January of 2016 he was promoted to his current position of Deputy Chief.

Chief Moore holds current Texas certifications as an Advanced Fire Fighter, Fire Instructor II, Fire Officer IV, Driver/Operator, Incident Safety Officer, and Paramedic.