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Windsor Welcomes New Deputy Fire Chief

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New Deputy Fire Chief for Windsor

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens, Chief Administrative Officer Onorio Colucci and Fire Chief Bruce Montone have announces that the city of Windsor has a new Deputy Fire Chief.

Deputy Chief Doug Goodings comes to Windsor with 38 years of experience in the fire service.

Deputy Chief Goodings’ resume includes the Canadian Forces Fire Service, the Ontario Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management, and the Missouri State Fire Marshal’s Office.

He was awarded the Order of Military Merit by Governor General Adrienne Clarkson in 2004; he has a Bachelor’s degree in Public Safety Administration; and he holds 24 levels of fire service certification through the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) and National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications(ProBoard).

As head of Windsor’s Training and Fire Rescue divisions, Deputy Goodings will oversee emergency operations and the development of staff.

Deputy Chief Goodings’ start date is February 6, 2017.