Captain Misenheimer comes to Caldwell County Emergency Services following a career in law enforcement, serving in the North Carolina Highway Patrol where he functioned in numerous capacities, including the motorcycle unit and rising through the ranks to Lieutenant before retiring. Following his retirement, Vic continued his service in law enforcement with the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office as a patrol officer, and continues to serve in the reserve capacity.
Joining our agency in 2017, Vic continues his career tenure in public safety functioning as emergency manager, fire inspector/investigator and as an active EMT-Basic. Prior volunteer fire and rescue service include tenure at Iredell Rescue Squad ( ), Lovelady Fire - Rescue ( ) and most recently Sawmills Fire Rescue where he has held the rank of Assistant Chief before transitioning back to an active firefighter. Holding certifications in all realms of public safety, Vic finds a passion for the outdoors and combines that with his rescue knowledge through instructing in the Mountain and Alpine SAR capacity, as well as with open and swiftwater rescue.
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Lieutenant Shane Clark comes to Caldwell County Emergency Services continuing his career in fire and emergency services, with prior service within the EMS Division in Caldwell County, the City of Lenoir Fire Department and Linville Fire Department in Avery County.
Joining our agency in 2019, Lt. Clark continues to further his career and education in emergency services, and functions as a Fire Investigator/Inspector, and Deputy EM Coordinator for Caldwell County. Prior volunteer fire and rescue service includes tenure at Hudson Vol. Fire Department as well as North Catawba Fire & Rescue. Shane holds numerous credentials within the fire and rescue realm, as well as being a certified AEMT within the State.