Monday July 15th, 2024 12:18PM

White County announces retirement of Fire Service Division Chief Michael LeFevre

By Steve Winslow Anchor/Reporter

Officials in White County will begin searching for a new Fire Service Division Chief in the days and weeks ahead.  This is due to Monday's announcement of the retirement of current Chief Michael LeFevre.

A press release from the White County Public Safety department announced retirement of Fire Service Division Chief Michael LeFevre, effective August 23, 2024. Officials say Chief LeFevre has been a vital part of White County Fire for the past seven years and has served as Fire Chief since June 2022.

White County's Director of Public Safety, David Murphy said, " We are grateful for Chief LeFevre’s service and leadership.  His commitment to excellence and his collaborative approach has left a lasting impact on our department and community. The achievements made under his leadership will benefit White County for years to come."

Chief LeFevre said through the press release, "I am grateful for the hard work and support of everyone in this fantastic department. It is my desire that White County Fire continues to add to the list of accomplishments."

LeFevre has overseen numerous capital improvement projects over the past two years, enhancing the infrastructure and capabilities of White County Fire, and his administration held a strong emphasis on training and development.  


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