Ret. Chief Carroll “Pete” Thompson – Lifetime Achievement Award



Retired Chief Carroll (Pete) Thompson joined the Sutton Volunteer Fire Department in 1945 when he was 13.   Retired Chief Pete is a native of the Town of Sutton and continuously volunteers to many organizations in town, but the fire department has always been his true love.

Retired Chief Pete worked his way up the ranks in the fire department over time, holding most all positions in the Department.  Membership committee, moderator, Lieutenant, Captain, Forest Fire Warden and becoming Chief and served for 30 years, retiring in 1991 as chief.  Retired Chief Pete still attends monthly meetings, Kearsarge Mutual Aid meetings and a few calls.  This year at the age of 84, Retired Chief Pete marks his 70th year as a volunteer on the Fire Department.  Retired Chief Pete’s dedication and commitment to the Fire Department in fire service is beyond words.  His love for the department and fie service shows countless hours of volunteering.

The Sutton Volunteer Fire Department proudly nominates Retired Chief Carroll (Pete) Thompson for a Lifetime Achievement Award.

It is an honor and privilege for the NH Police, Fire & EMS Foundation presents to Retired Chief Pete Thompson a Lifetime Achievement Award!