Via Local 1073 Facebook : "After 28 years, Battalion Chief John Ricci is working his last shift tonight. BC Ricci has given so much to the Middletown Fire Department and will be greatly missed. During his career, he was the head of the Technical Rescue Team, a member of the Dive Team as a tender, chairman of numerous committee’s and spearheaded many projects that were done around the firehouse. He has without a shadow of a doubt been a driving force within this organization and his knowledge and expertise will be sorely missed. We wish BC Ricci the best of luck in the future and know we will still see him at fires."
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Sunday, September 20, 2015
John Ricci, Lical Fire Battalion Chief retires after 28 years
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