Madison's Fire Chief Retires For Health Reasons
May 16, 2011, 11:21 AM
MADISON, SD -
Madison's fire chief has retired after 13 ½ years on the job.
Jerry Johnson cites health reasons for his decision. He says he's no longer capable of effectively carrying out his duties as chief.
Johnson joined the department as a volunteer in 1979. Friday was his last day on the job.
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