Southern Manatee Fire & Rescue District Fire Chief Tom Hennessy announced yesterday that he will be retiring next month.
“After much soul searching and deliberation of my professional position and my future personal goals, I have made the decision to retire from the District and resign as chief of department,” Hennessy wrote in a letter to the Board of Fire Commissioners dated May 5. “…This has been the greatest job in the world and I have been blessed to have worked with such an outstanding group of individuals."
Hennessy’s retirement will be effective on June 12.
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