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Two Fort Smith Firefighters Retire After Serving More Than 30 Years

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FORT SMITH, Ark. (KFSM) —  Today, (Jan. 3) the Fort Smith Fire Department says goodbye to two firefighters who retire tomorrow.

Captain John LeFlore and Driver Danny Sullins will be hanging their bunkers on the side of the truck for the last time today.

Captain LeFlore served the citizens of Fort Smith for the last 35 and a half years and driver Sullins served for 30 years!

The Fort Smith Fire Department congratulated them on their Facebook page saying,

“Today we say congratulations to two of our own, Captain John LeFlore and Driver Danny Sullins. Captain LeFlore has served the citizens of Fort Smith for the last 35 1/2 years, Driver Sullins for 30 years. Today, they hang their bunkers on the side of the truck for the last time and tomorrow they enter the new status of retirement!! Congrats guys, well deserved!”

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