Warren Fire Department chief of EMS retires after 25 years

  • Source: C&G Newspapers
  • Published: 02/21/2024 12:00 AM

Edward Hanna served with the Warren Fire Department for more than 25 years and retired from his post as chief of EMS on Jan. 27. “He has been working hard to train his replacement and I am positive he (the replacement) will do a good job, but Ed is one of a kind,” said Warren Fire Commissioner Wilburt “Skip” McAdams. “He is especially dedicated to this city, the department and the EMS program. “I just haven’t had to worry about the EMS division with him leading that division. He has been a great person to work with over the years,” McAdams said. Hanna served as chief of EMS since March 2019. “I loved my job. I loved going to work every day there,” Hanna said. “Twenty-five years didn’t seem like work to me. It was a joy every day I went in.” Hanna said he enjoyed how every day brought something new.


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