Bishop Fire Chief Ray Seguine set to retire

News release

Bishop’s Fire Chief Ray Seguine has announced his intention to retire effective
December 30, 2017.

Bishop Fire Chief Ray Seguine

Seguine, who has served the citizens of the Bishop area since December 27, 1999 said, “My wife Karye and I have achieved retirement eligibility and have decided to begin the next chapter of our lives. Serving this great volunteer fire department and community has been extremely rewarding and a true pleasure.”

A joint statement issued by City Administrator Jim Tatum, on behalf of the City
Council and Mike Holland on behalf of the Rural Fire Commissioners said, “Ray
has brought a high level of professionalism to our exceptional volunteer
department and has made significant accomplishments in the areas of firefighter
training, improved equipment and safety procedures.

“He has become an integral player in our community, finding a replacement won’t be easy. We wish Ray and Karye many happy years of retirement.”

Tatum and Holland went on to explain, an extensive search for a new Chief is
about to begin utilizing the services of Ralph Andersen & Associates, the same
firm responsible for the very successful recruitment of Police Chief, Ted Stec.

 

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4 Responses to Bishop Fire Chief Ray Seguine set to retire

  1. Right on September 15, 2017 at 5:53 am #

    Wow ..he looks way to young to retire.

     
  2. JEB September 15, 2017 at 2:13 pm #

    I hope he has a wonderful retirement after so many years of serving this community, honestly and tirelessly.

     
  3. Low-Inyo September 15, 2017 at 5:56 pm #

    Good for him if he’s played his cards right through life and can comfortably retire early….we all should be so smart and lucky yo do that…

     
  4. Paul Latham September 16, 2017 at 7:48 am #

    With CA. Safety Retirement, the earliest age is 50.

     

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