February 2006
Fire Chief;Feb2006, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p13
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The article presents updates on the careers of fire chiefs and fire fighters across the United States as of February 2006. Samuel Hopkins has been appointed as the chief of the Ann Arbor Fire Department in Michigan. Patrick Lenzl has been appointed to replace Charles LaGreco as fire chief of the Brookfield Fire Department in Illinois. Bucky Washam retired as chief of the Lincoln Fire Department where he worked as firefighter for 31 years.


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