Gary Orndoff recognized as Outstanding Volunteer by the City of Manassas during EMS Week in May


For more than 20 years, Chief Gary Ordoff has served the City of Manassas on the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company, or MVFC.  Gary has volunteered his time in many other ranks throughout the years.  Regardless of which rank he was appointed too; Gary has always made MVFC and serving the citizens of Manassas his top priority. If it meant he had to be at the fire house 5 nights a week, he would be there without hesitation. He takes the motto, “to protect and serve,” seriously.

Chief Orndoff is responsible for having staffing for Engine 501 on nights and weekends. He is also responsible for onboarding new operational members; helping them through the application and background check process, and serves as a mentor and a coach.  With more than 20 years as a volunteer, we know that Gary is an Outstanding Volunteer and we couldn’t do it without him.

Gary is a Life member of the Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad having served from 1974 to 2001 and a Life member of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company.