New Columbus Firefighter sworn-in, joins father on the department

Jordan Maley, Andrea Maley and Columbus Mayor Jim Leinhoop; Photo courtesy of Columbus Fire Dept.

The Columbus Fire Department has announced another father-son pairing after the hiring of Jordan Maley to the position of Firefighter. Maley was sworn in by Mayor Jim Lienhoop at Wednesday’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting at city hall.

Maley is a 31-year-old Columbus resident and a 2007 graduate of Columbus East High School. He attended Murray State University where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Advertising & Real Estate, and was a member of the Murray State Racers football team. Maley is a member of the Columbus East football coaching staff.

Maley and his wife, Andrea, have a four month old son, Dawson. Jordan Maley is the son of Scott and Janet Maley of Columbus. Scott Maley is a 25 year veteran and Lieutenant actively serving the Columbus Fire Department.

Jordan Maley is an Indiana certified emergency medical technician. Jordan will undergo a fire department training program before he receives a shift and station assignment.

Capt. Mike Wilson, CFD spokesman, says the department currently has five father-son pairs actively serving.