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York County Department Of Fire And Life Safety Deputy Chief Named President Of Virginia Fire Chiefs Association

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YORK-York County Department of Fire and Life Safety Deputy Chief Allen W. Baldwin was sworn in as the 74th president of the Virginia Fire Chiefs Association (VFCA) on Tuesday, February 22 during the opening ceremony of VFCA’s Virginia Fire-Rescue Conference.

Baldwin is the fourth member of the York County Department of Fire and Life Safety to secure the statewide fire and rescue leadership position. Previous VFCA presidents from York County include the late Fire Chief Wallace J. Robertson, retired Deputy Chief James R. Dishner, and Fire Chief Stephen P. Kopczynski.

VFCA serves Virginia communities through leadership, advocacy, and education. For more information, visit its website.

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