From the City of Pleasanton:
Battalion Chief-Training Officer Chris Johnson of the Livermore Pleasanton Fire Department will retire on November 16, 2012. Johnson began his fire service career as a firefighter in 1982 with the Orange County Fire Department in Southern California. He joined the Livermore Fire Department in February 1985 and was promoted to Captain in 1996 and Battalion Chief-Training Officer in 2011.
During his career with LPFD, Johnson has been involved in Public Education, Training, and Suppression Committees. He represented the Fire Department as member of the Alameda County Training Officers Association, Bay Area Regional Transit and COL Safety Committees.
Johnson and his wife have three children and are proud grandparents of two beautiful granddaughters and a soon to be born grandson.
The traditional last roll call will take place on Friday, Nov. 16 at 11:30 a.m. in front of the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department Headquarters, 3560 Nevada Street in Pleasanton.
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