Fire Chief Bart Mabry started his career as a volunteer in the fire service in the mid 1990's in Clarksville, MO. He rose through the ranks and spent many years as Fire Chief in Clarksville. Chief Mabry oversaw emergency operations during the flood of 2008 in Clarksville, MO. He moved to the Farmington area in 2009 and joined the Wolf Creek Fire Protection District (then fire department). He rose through the ranks and was appointed Fire Chief in 2010 after the retirement of the previous Fire Chief. Chief Mabry has played a major role in the advancement of the Wolf Creek Fire Department over the last 11 years and the planning and passing of the Wolf Creek Fire Protection District. He is an electrical engineer and oversees a large electrical power manufacturing facility in his full time job. Chief Mabry continues to push for the improvement of the district and the fire service as a whole in St. Francois and Ste Genevieve Counties being active with many of the local county chiefs meetings and associations.
The Wolf Creek Fire Protection District schedules annual state required consultations for residential care facilities and adult boarding homes for the required year. We will also review or conduct pre-planning questions for fire response. To schedule please click on the RCF/ALF/Boarding Home tab and fill out the enclosed form. Asst. Chief Steve Young or Lt. Brian Windle will contact you. The price for consultation has been set by the Board of Directors at $30.00.