Cranbrook looking for new fire chief

Cranbrook looking for new fire chief

Wayne ‘Dez’ Desjardins has left the city due to personal and family reasons: City

The City of Cranbrook is looking for a new fire chief.

Wayne ‘Dez’ Desjardins, who was hired on six months ago, has departed due to personal and family reasons, according to a press release from the City of Cranbrook.

Desjardins replaced Wayne Price, the former long-time fire chief who retired and successfully ran for city council in the 2018 municipal election.

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The city release says Scott Driver, the Deputy Director of Fire and Emergency Services, will step up to assume the Director role for the interim until a replacement is found.

Desjardins came to Cranbrook after serving 36 years in the military, the last dozen of which were in a fire protection role.



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