Leadership

CHIEF KENLON IS HONORED ON FORTIETH YEAR AS FIREMAN

Issue 5 and Volume 80.

CHIEF KENLON IS HONORED ON FORTIETH YEAR AS FIREMAN Dinner Dance Given Him at Hotel Biltmore Department Presents Diamond Badge Congratulations from Here and Abroad THE fortieth anniversary of Chief John Kenlon, of the New York City Fire Department, as a member of the firefighting forces of the big city, was fittingly celebrated on the evening of March 3 by a dinner dance at the Hotel Biltmore, given in his honor by friends inside and out of the department. Chief Kenlon spent the day receiving the congratulations of well wishers and comrades. One of the first callers on the Chief in his office in the Municipal Building was Capt. Daniel Lawlor, the officer under whose command the chief first served with Engine 13 in Wooster Street, now in command of Hook and Ladder No. 114 in East 125th Street, still sturdy and active despite fifty-three years of active service. Many…

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