A firestorm is an intense area within a fire that creates winds that blow in or out of the fire. When life requires a move to a new location, it feels like you're in the middle of one. As a firefighter and captain for many years, Jerry Greer knows how to deal with firestorms, and founded Firestorm Movers and Cleanout with his wife, Julie.
Whether your move is the result of a fire or to pursue a better opportunity for your family, we're here to help. We are Faith-Based (our values are informed by our faith), Customer Focused (our goal is to help you in any way possible), and Family Driven (our family is important to us, and we know yours is to you).
That's why you can trust us. When it comes to firestorms, we've been there. We know how to help you.
Jerry Greer graduated from Findlay High School before serving in the Army as a Field Medic while stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. He has served the Findlay community as a firefighter for 20 years (and counting!), 14 years as a Captain.
He is a graduate of Hancock Leadership and served as HancockYouth Leadership President. He served on the American Red Cross Board and theCancer Patient Services Board, and was the Public Chair for the United WayCampaign. He has emceed several community events, raising almost $750,000 for local charities, and is a member of BNI (Business Networking International)
He started a school event called Project S.A.F.E. (SmokeDetectors For Elementary), giving away over 10,000 free smoke detectors to kindergarten students as homework assignments. The winning schools had a pizza party with Sparky the Fire Dog… and Jerry! Jerry and his wife Julie live in Findlay.
Julie Greer is a native of the Hoosier State and enjoys returning home when she can. She is a graduate of Anderson University with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education and Flute Performance.
At Bowling Green State University, she earned her Master’s degree in Education and then her Doctorate of Education in Leadership Studies.
For the past 20 years, Julie has been the ElementaryPrincipal at Riverdale Local Schools. She is an active member of the PTO and the Academic Booster groups. She is mom to Samuel and enjoys cheering him on at the Riverdale Falcon ft. ball games and wrestling matches. Go Falcons!
In her spare time, Julie is the choir director at the Upper Room Church of God. She enjoys working with the Cantata Choir and singing with the Praise Worship team. She looks forward to the Cantata performing at the Marathon Performing Arts Center.
Born and raised in Arlington, Ohio, Dione Essinger lived in Georgia for 24 years before moving back to Findlay in February 2020.
She graduated from Lanier Technical College with a degree in Business Management and worked for Primrose Schools for 24 years. Starting as an Assistant Teacher, she worked her way up to Lead Teacher, Assistant Director, Co-Director, School Director, and ultimately, Executive Director.
She was the Teacher of the Year in 2001, and under her leadership, Primrose was voted Best of Forsyth in 2016 and 2017, and recognized as Best Preschool in 2018. Dione organized and led charity events for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Noah's Ark Rehabilitation Center, Treats for Troops, theHumane Society, and Bucks for Books Last (but not least) she’s a huge New York Yankees fan!
Kellie Bibler is a graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor's degree in Communications. Her experience in sales and marketing covers many industries like radio, education, information technology, wireless technology, senior living, wellness & nutrition, and accounting. She also has experience in HR Training & Development, and Staffing & Recruiting.
She is a champion of locally owned businesses and enjoys promoting “shop local” initiatives. She is a guest blogger for visitfindlay.com and is active in BNI, Chamber Ambassadors, Hancock Literacy, Hancock Leadership Alumni Association, Findlay Trojan Club, St. Marks United Methodist Church, and Fort Findlay Playhouse.
Kellie and her husband live in Findlay, Ohio. Their son attends the University of Toledo.
About our Logo
The fire ax has been an indispensable, life-saving tool for firemen for over 200 years. Our logo features two because we never work alone, but in teams.
The shamrock has always symbolized good luck, and to Christians, it represents the Trinity... Father, Son, and Spirit, who guide and protect us during danger or difficulty.