Riley and Lehan Join Staff of 
    Chief officers from the busiest volunteer fire department in the world... 
      Fire Chief Ricky Riley 

    Richard Riley joined the Prince George’s County Fire Department in 1983. After serving one of  the busiest Rescue Squad in the county, he transferred to Station 33 (Kentland Volunteer Fire Department), the busiest engine and tower in the county in 1989.  

    He rose through the ranks under the supervision of Fire Chief Eddie Lehan serving in various line officer positions. In 1994 was promoted to the Command Officer ranks. In 1998 he was promoted to the position of Fire Chief of the department, the post he continues to hold.  

    Chief Riley is also a member of the Fairfax County Fire Department and serves at the Bailey’s Crossroads fire station, the busiest station in that county. 

      Deputy Chief  Eddie Lehan 

    Eddie Lehan joined the fire service in Prince George’s County, MD. in 1975. He became a member of the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department in 1982. He quickly established himself as an aggressive firefighter and a forward thinker for the department.   

    His enthusiasm and charisma propelled him through the line officer positions until 1986, when he joined the command officer ranks as the Deputy Chief of the Department.   

    His tireless energy let him serve the department as the Fire Chief for almost 9 years. Eddie's presence on the fireground is unmistakable as a Command Officer.  He currently also serves the District of Columbia Fire Department as the Aide to the Deputy Chief.