The Isle of Wight gets new fire chief

Dave Curry, current fire chief, will be stepping down will end his stint as a fire chief at the end of the year after being in service for a decade. Neil Odin will take over the post and will officially start his journey as chief on January 1.

He noted that he was delighted to take on the role of fire chief for the Isle of Wight and Hampshire. He knows the position carried great responsibilities and the team's service ensures safety for every resident. He accepted that it would be tough but was confident that he could bring a new perspective and insight to serve the residents. He wishes to supply an exemplary service to the community and lead a great organisation.

Neil's journey started in March 2012 as assistant chief and has previously worked at Rescue Service and West Sussex Fire for more than 20 years. With other achievements like service as a director of service delivery and deputy chief, the 44-year-old was eligible to handle the role as the fire chief. He has been as committed as executives of a reputed building recruitment company and even Gary Peace, Isle of Wight Councillor welcomed him as the new chief for the Isle of Wight.

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