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I have spent my entire career fighting fires in predominately light-weight construction. As a fire chief,
I have been involved with some of the largest economic development projects in the state of Texas. Professionally, I am most proud of the fact that in The Colony, we have not had a firefighter leave to go to another fire department in over 10 years. My philosophy is simple:
If we hope to be viewed as professionals, we better be ready to deal with fire problems on a professional level.
This picture was taken by a photographer from the Dallas Morning News. On Mothers Day 1998, the Lake CIties Fire Department responded to a fire at the Cattle Company restaurant located on South
I-35 in Corinth, Texas. The fire which went to five alarms totally destroyed the building. The only thing left standing was the Indian statue out front. The photographer thought is would be fitting to put my head on the body of the Indian so that I would remember the day.
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