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Redings Mill Fire Chief stepping down to take position in Joplin

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Redings Mill Fire Chief Andy Nimmo has announced he is stepping down to take a position with the Joplin Fire Department.  He will be taking the position of Assistant Fire Chief of Training/Special Operations at the Joplin Fire Department.

Nimmo had been the Redings Mill Fire Chief for 13 years.

The statement below was posted this afternoon on the Redings Mill Fire Protection District Facebook page:

"After 13 years of serving as your Chief I will be stepping down to take a position with the Joplin Fire Department as Asst. Chief of Training/Special Operations. It has been an honor and a blessing to serve with the men and women that have made this organization so special over the years and I look forward to watching them as they continue our mission of customer service. Over the next few weeks we will be working to transition to new leadership and I am confident that it will be seamless. To the community that I have worked for, I cannot express the appreciation that I have for how you have always been supportive of me and the department. - Andy Nimmo"

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