our Prevention Division

Amy Ray
Deputy Chief/ Fire Marshal


Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal Ray began her career in the fire service the summer after she graduated high school as a seasonal wildland firefighter in California.  Upon moving to Reno to attend college, she began working as a seasonal wildland firefighter for Washoe County.  While on special assignment in the Fire Prevention Division, she discovered how much she liked the work and began the process toward education and certification as a Fire Inspector, Plans Examiner, Fire Protection Specialist, Fire Investigator and Fire Officer.  She continued her education and received her Master’s Degree in 2013 in Executive Fire Leadership and Disaster Preparedness.  She has held the positions of Firefighter, Fire Inspector and Fire Marshal within the area over the course of her 31-year career.   

She loves the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.


Fire Inspector Enos

Fire Captain/Investigator Mooneyhan

Patrick Mooneyhan

I have been in the fire service for 23 years. I began as a Volunteer Firefighter with NDF in 2001 and was hired with Reno Fire in 2004 as a Fire Inspector. This is my 20th year in Fire Prevention, and I spent the majority of my career with Reno Fire, eventually rising to the rank of Fire Prevention Captain. I concluded my career with Reno Fire in 2021 and was excited for the opportunity to join East Fork Fire and reunite with Chief Amy Ray in March of 2022.

My off-duty hobbies include traveling, attending sporting events, (Go Knights Go!) and taking several trips to Disneyland a year. We have two brindle dogs; a Pug and a Boston Terrier. My wife and I are high school sweethearts and have been married for 25 years and counting.