Leadership

F. G. Anderson, Fire Alarm Supt., Retires

Issue 11 and Volume 97.

F. G. Anderson, Fire Alarm Supt., Retires Frederick G. Anderson, Supt. of the fire alarm signal system of the Bridgeport, Conn., Fire Department, was retired by the Board of Fire Commissioners on October 3 after 28 years service. Supt. Anderson joined the Bridgeport Fire Department on March 6, 1916. One year later, on September 1, 1917, he was advanced to the rank of Asst. Supt. On December 1, 1928, upon the death of R. Arthur Brown, he was promoted to Superintendent of Fire Alarms and given the rank of an assistant chief. Supt. Anderson was a member of the Connecticut Municipal Signal Association. Pending competitive Civil Service examinations, Fire Captain Joseph J. Brady, Asst. Supt. of Fire Alarms, will be in charge of that office.

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