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News Minute: Woodstock Fire Chief to retire

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Woodstock Fire and Rescue Chief Dave Soumas is retiring after three decades serving the city, Mayor Michael Caldwell announced Friday.

Soumas, who has been fire chief since 2009, is credited with leading the department through many achievements while serving a growing city. He is the longest-tenured chief in the city’s history.

He began his career at the Woodstock Fire Department in 1988 as a firefighter and EMT, according to the city. In 1994 he was promoted to sergeant and driver engineer, and in 1998 he became a captain and fire marshal. Four months later, he was promoted to assistant chief and fire marshal.

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