The City of Fredericton has named a long-serving firefighter as their new fire chief.
The city’s chief administrative officer, Chris MacPherson, announced the new chief on Monday morning following a job search and interview process over the past several weeks.
Dwayne Killingbeck currently serves as the deputy fire chief and will take over for the outgoing fire Chief Paul Fleming who is retiring on March 15, 2019.
Killingbeck joined the City of Fredericton in 1996 and has held several roles within the fire department including lieutenant, captain and platoon chief.
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