Served Since 1986
For generations, members of the Aubuchon family have been leaders in the fire service.
In January 2016 this tradition continued when Central County Fire & Rescue (CCFR) Battalion Chief Dan Aubuchon was promoted to chief of CCFR, one of the largest fire protection districts in the area.
Aubuchon’s father was a fire chief, his uncle and brother were both engineers, and his nephew and son are firefighters.
“The fire service runs in our family, and I’ve always known this is what I wanted to do,” Aubuchon says. “Our team here at CCFR is like family and one of the best parts of my job is being able to work with our firefighters in the field, providing the best possible emergency response services to our community.”
Aubuchon started his career as a firefighter with the St. Peters Fire Protection District in 1986. He was promoted to captain in 1995, and battalion chief in 2006. In his role as a battalion chief with CCFR, Aubuchon oversaw daily shift operations and was the incident commander at numerous emergency scenes. As fire chief Dan oversees the day to day operations of the District including equipment and facility operations.