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Station 14 Main station
Original Station on Hwy 160
Old station after addition
SUV Roll over
Mutual aid in Fort Mill
L-1441 Flag at 911 Stair Climb
L1441 @ Duke Energy Tower

Caught on Camera

February 19, 2019

Worker rescued from confined space.

Passing of Lifetime Member Curt Tillman

January 09, 2019

Our Department regrets to inform you of the passing of Lifetime Member Curt Tillman.

A native of Pineville, NC, Curt was a son of Josephine Bridges Tillman and the late A. B. Tillman. He was a junior fireman when he was 15 years old in Pineville and soon learned it was his passion. After moving to SC, Curt served for 24 years in the Pleasant Valley Volunteer Fire Department as a fire fighter and the Assistant Chief. He was the first paid fire fighter that served in Kershaw County. He also served 9 years as Lieutenant with the Fort Mill Fire Department. He was an avid deer hunter and he liked to be known as “The Deer Slayer”. He coached his sons baseball teams from T-Ball through Little League for 9 years.

Surviving in addition to his mother, is his wife of 33 years, Beth Knight Tillman; two sons, Tully Tillman (Katie) and Tyler Tillman; a daughter, Maggie Tillman; a brother, Ricky Tillman; a sister, Loretta Epps; and three grandchildren, Caleb Tillman, Marley Tillman, and J.B. Tillman (whom he cherished).

Memorial donations may be made to the Pleasant Valley Fire Department, 9370 Possum Hollow Rd, Indian Land, SC 29707 or Hospice and Palliative Care Palmetto Region, 1057 Red Ventures Dr Suite 150, Fort Mill, SC 29707.

July 4th

July 04, 2018

Pleasant Valley had fun celebrating the 4th with area kids of all ages!!!!

Pleasant Valley/Indian Land Christmas project

December 31, 2017

25 years later the Christmas tradition continues...

Honoring our Mentors

October 22, 2016

In October 2016, Pleasant Valley honored our first group of LIFE MEMBERS!

PSA: Burning in Lancaster County

April 20, 2017

There is a notification to SC Forestry Commission that MUST be made when conducting a general debris burn. That number is 800-705-8610 for Lancaster County. There is a recorded message which asks for the caller’s name, address, and telephone number. This call satisfies the state law for notification.

What can I burn? Only wood and vegetation in its natural state can be legally burned. No household garbage, oils, gas, shingles, treated wood, tires, plastics, paints, chemicals etc. can be burned. 

“If it didn’t grow out of the ground or fall off a tree it cannot be legally burned”.

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