Anderson Made Fire Alarm Head

Issue 2 and Volume 82.

Anderson Made Fire Alarm Head Captain Frederick G. Anderson, for the past twelve years assistant superintendent of fire alarms and police signal systems at Bridgeport, Conn., has been elevated to the position of superintendent of the same system by the Board of Fire Commissioners. Supt. Anderson succeeds the late R. Arthur Brown, who died suddenly on October 24 last. He has been connected with electrical work for a number of years prior to his joining the Bridgeport Fite Department. The new official was appointed on March 6, 1916, and promoted to assistant superintendent of the alarm system on September 1, 1917. Supt. Anderson’s assistant in the fire alarm department is Captain Joseph Brady, now head of the line department.

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