The City of White Rock today welcomed Norman MacLeod, former Assistant Fire Chief with the District of Mission, to serve as one of White Rock Fire Rescue’s two Deputy Fire Chiefs.
MacLeod has been a member of the fire service for 32 years and has been involved in leadership roles in operations, training, emergency planning and fire prevention.
He was promoted through the ranks during his time in Mission, serving most recently as the Assistant Fire Chief of Emergency Planning and Fire Prevention. His first day with White Rock is May 25.
Edward Wolfe, Deputy Chief of White Rock Fire Rescue, will become the City’s new Fire Chief starting May 30. Wolfe replaces Fire Chief Phil Lemire who retires from White Rock on May 29.
Mayor Darryl Walker
“It is my pleasure, on behalf of Council, to welcome Norman MacLeod to the position of Deputy Fire Chief for the City of White Rock. The Deputy Fire Chief is an important leadership position to help continue to uphold White Rock Fire Rescue’s high standards for public service and safety.
With our most recent changes, White Rock Fire Rescue will continue to effectively safeguard people and property in this city.”