Schertz Hearth Chief Kade Lengthy has retired after 5 years on the helm, changed by assistant chief Greg Rodgers. His promotion to chief, efficient July 1, was introduced by town June 16.

“I’m very excited to announce the promotion of Greg Rodgers to fireside chief of town of Schertz,” stated Metropolis Supervisor Mark Browne. “Greg brings a few years of expertise in quite a lot of positions throughout the Hearth Division and will probably be an excellent addition to the workers of town of Schertz. He’s the best-qualified candidate for this place.”

Rodgers joined the Schertz Hearth Division as assistant fireplace chief in 2019 and he brings greater than 35 years of fireside service expertise to the publish. He started his profession in Park in 1983 as a volunteer firefighter. In 1988 he moved to Faculty Station the place he labored his method as much as division chief in 2017.


“I’m really honored and humbled by this chance,” Rodgers stated of his step up into the chief’s place. “It means a fantastic deal to have the assist of Chief Lengthy and metropolis management as I assume the position of chief.”

Lengthy will probably be retiring June 30. He joined town of Schertz in August 2015 because the assistant fireplace chief and was promoted to Hearth Chief in 2017.

Lengthy spent 27 years in public service with 24 of these years being within the fireplace service. Lengthy first joined the fireplace service with Duncanville as a firefighter. He additionally went on to serve with the Vernon Hearth Division earlier than becoming a member of the workforce in Schertz.



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