Fayetteville Fire Chief to retire in June

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The City of Fayetteville’s Fire Chief David Dayringer, will retire on June 21 after working almost 40 years in municipal firefighting.

The public is invited to a Chief Dayringer’s retirement reception on Monday, June 17, from 2 to 4 p.m. at City Hall located at 113 W. Mountain St., Room 219.

David Dayringer joined the Fayetteville fire department as fire chief in January 2010. He previously served as deputy chief for the Tulsa Fire Department, where he worked for 28 years.

Chief Dayringer made significant and varied improvements benefiting the community, internal operations, and firefighting personnel during his 9 1/2 years with the city of Fayetteville.

“The job has never been about his own agenda, but about our City’s agenda, which is to make our fire department the best it can possibly be. David Dayringer is one of the humblest people I have ever met. He is a genuine example of a true servant leader. I am proud to have been able to work with him,” Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan says.
 

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