Monday, December 18, 2017

KCK Fire Chief Retires After 3 Decades

Local milestone worth mention:

Kansas City, Kan., fire chief announces retirement

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Fire Chief John Paul Jones announced he's retiring effective December 20, 2017, after over three decades of service with the Kansas City Kansas Fire Department, and serving as Fire Chief since 2007. In his letter Jones expressed, "I have thoroughly enjoyed and valued my tenure of over ten years as Fire Chief."

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your service, Chief.

Public Service Announcement said...

So what is the scandal leading up to this out of the blue retirement and taking place in two days? Fire Chiefs don't just retire on two days notice without something very wrong happening.

Anonymous said...

Big Deal. Steal that pension and enjoy. Florida is full of crooked Chiefs and Captions. Your young Non union fire fighters will pay that pension. FBI will find you!

Anonymous said...

Yes! Led Zeppelin is reforming!

Anonymous said...

Come on, lighten up. He has to have ass surgery. He has been sitting on it for years!

Anonymous said...

The fat ones get promoted.

Anonymous said...

He's probably jumping ship before the shit hits the fan. Guessing, sort of.