Oliver fire chief gets three more years at the helm

Fire chief gets another term

The Town of Oliver has re-appointed fire chief Bob Graham to the role for another three-year term.

Graham has three decades of fire experience and has been chief since 2017, previously serving as deputy fire chief.

“Council is pleased to re-appoint Bob Graham as fire chief,” Mayor Martin Johansen said.

“Chief Graham's skills and years of experience have greatly benefited Oliver Fire Department and supports the continued delivery of fire protection services in the community.”

The Oliver Fire Department consists of 36 volunteer members under Graham's command.

He is responsible for the management and administration, fire suppression, fire prevention operations and programs and related emergency services.

“I am looking forward to continuing to support the Town of Oliver and its residents as Fire Chief,” he said.

“It is an honour to lead an incredible group of fire service professionals within the Oliver Fire Department. Our members will continue to enhance the services that the community deserves.”

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