Chief Hiller, Plymouth, Retires

Issue 7 and Volume 92.

Chief Hiller, Plymouth, Retires Albert E. Hiller, Chief of the Fire Department at Plymouth, Mass., since 1916, and a member of the service for 37 years, was given a testimonial dinner on June 29, to mark his retirement the following day. He is 69 years old. Chief Hiller was appointed, following the town’s decision to establish a permanent fire force, and he leaves as Plymouth’s first permanent Chief. The vacancy is filled by Capt. Everett B. Wood, who has served the department for 19 years. When the twoplatoon system was started in 1932, he was placed in charge of one of the platoons.

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