TERRY GAMBLE Retires from Cullman Fire Rescue

by | May 8, 2018 | Memories, People

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TERRY GAMBLE Retires from Cullman Fire Rescue
After 25 Years of Dedicated Service

At the regular meeting of the Cullman City Council tonight, Terry Gamble was honored for his 25 years of dedicated service to Cullman Fire Rescue as a firefighter and an engineer.

Councilman Andy Page and new Fire Chief Brian Bradberry led the retirement ceremony with several of Gamble’s fire and rescue peers on hand to support him tonight. Bradberry had this to say after the ceremony:

“Congratulations to Firefighter/Engineer Terry Gamble for his 25 years of dedication and service to Cullman Fire Rescue and the community of Cullman! We are going to miss you and your experience and dedication. We wish you the best in your well-deserved retirement!”

TERRY GAMBLE Retires from Cullman Fire Rescue

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