Dedication and Experience
Bob’s experience as a volunteer and leader in the community have proven his dedication and insight to help lead Mt. Lebanon into a bright future.
His experience includes:
- 15 years as a volunteer fire fighter
- Past president of the Mt. Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department
- Past President of Dormont/Mt. Lebanon/Castle Shannon Rotary
- Chairman of the Mt. Lebanon Public Safety Building campaign
- Member of the Mt. Lebanon Zoning Board
- 45 years as an active member of the Peter’s Creek Baptist Church
- 2016 Recipient of the Mt. Lebanon Community Service Award
- 1995 honoree in “This Town Would be Different Without…” Award
As president of the department Bob Fischer worked with the chief to get accreditation for the first time.
Bob Fischer with Suzanne Wagner at the Boards and Authorities dinner where he received the outstanding community volunteer award for his efforts to improve Mt. Lebanon for all residents.
Bob Fischer received the firefighter of the year award in 2007.
Bob helps residents install their child’s car seats safely in the fire station.
The ribbon cutting of the Mt. Lebanon Public Safety Building, a project where Bob Fischer was instrumental in raising the 1.2 million that was required to build it.
Bob is honored to assist the The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, which supports the families of those who died in the line of duty.
Bob looks forward to CFA training, where he instructs new volunteers and works hard to make sure that all of the volunteers are properly equipped and safe.