Fire Chief:  Kevin Haney

Chief Haney began his fire service career first a volunteer for the City of Loganville, then continuing as a career firefighter for Walton County in 1993. He rose through the ranks over his tenure becoming Assistant Chief in November of 2012, then appointed as Fire Chief of Walton County Fire Rescue in February 2019.  A native of Walton County, Chief Haney is a graduate of Loganville High School in 1990. He and his wife Donna have 2 children: Justin and Ryan.

Assistant Fire Chief:  Craig League

Chief League has worked for Walton County since April of 1991. He has served in several roles including dispatcher and jailer at the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. After transferring to Walton County Fire Rescue, he worked his way through the chain of command serving as a Firefighter, Lieutenant, Captain, Battalion Chief and was named Assistant Chief in March 2019.

Chief League is a lifelong resident of Walton County and attended Abraham Baldwin College from 1989 through 1991. His family includes his wife Christy, daughters Kimberly and Tori, and grandsons Mason and Jackson.

Fire Marshal:  Jonathan Fuqua

Jonathan Fuqua started his career as a volunteer in Newton County in 2001 and earned firefighter of the year.  He became a career firefighter in 2004 with Newton County and earned rookie of the year.  In 2013 Jonathan went to Covington Fire Department in the Fire Marshal’s office where he earned the distinguished service award.  In 2014 Jonathan was the State of Ga Fire Safety Educator of the year. He assisted with education, inspections and investigations. 

In 2022 Jonathan became the 1st Fire Marshal of Walton County.  Jonathan holds multiple certifications and credentials including the International Association of Arson Investigator Certified Fire Investigator of which he is one of only 2157 in the world.  

Jonathan is married to Alexandria and has 3 children Hunter, Willow and Josephine. Jonathan Lives in Mansfield, Ga.  You can find him in his spare time doing mechanic work, fishing and spending time with his family.