Bryan Fire Chief Says Farewell after Nearly 34 Years

By: Nicole Morten Email
By: Nicole Morten Email

After more than three decades of serving the Brazos Valley - the community gathers to say farewell to Bryan Fire Chief Mike Donaho after announcing his retirement last week.

It was all smiles at Bryan Fire station Number 1 Thursday afternoon as friends, family and members of the community gathered to celebrate Donaho's nearly 34 year career with the city. He's been the chief since 2002, and was assistant chief for 14 years before that. Donaho joined the department when he was just 20-years-old.

Donaho announced his retirement last week. Assistant Fire Chief Randy McGregor will serve as the interim chief as the city conducts a search for a new chief.

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