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    THE TOPANGA TOWN COUNCIL

     Celebrating 40 years of serving
    the Topanga Canyon community!

LOS ANGELES COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT

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California Former Chief Osby Adds Turnout Coat & Helmet to LACoFD Wall of Honor as New Fire Chief Marrone Takes the Reigns
Published on OT August 29, 2022, at 11:45 a.m.
Story from LAcFD Facebook post. Doug Morrison, LACoFD Photographer

Surrounded by the Osby and Fire Department families, Fire Chief Daryl L. Osby ceremoniously hung his turnout coat and helmet on the Wall of Honor to symbolize the successful culmination of his 38-year firefighting career with the Los Angeles County Fire Department; 11 of those years spent as the Department's first African American Fire Chief.

Today we celebrated and honored Chief Osby for his extraordinary leadership, strategic vision, and steadfast commitment to the Department and the communities he proudly served.  Thank you to the Los Angeles County Fire Museum for sponsoring today’s Open House for Chief Osby and the LA County Stentorians for the ceremonial turnout/helmet holder.
 
NEW FIRE CHIEF ANTHONY MARRONE TAKES THE REIGNS

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Welome Fire Chief Anthony Marrone

Anthony C. Marrone has officially taken the reins of Los Angeles County Fire Department following the retirement of longtime Chief Daryl L. Osby. Marrone has been a firefighter for 36 years, the last 23 of which he has been a chief officer. He was promoted to Deputy Chief in 2013, where he helped create the Leadership and Professional Standards Bureau.

It’s one of the largest fire departments in the world, providing life and fire safety services to more than 4 million residents and communities in 60 cities and 122 unincorporated areas within its 2,311-square-mile service area.

 
From the Topanga Town Council:  Topanga thanks Chief Osby for getting us through some difficult wildfires. His leadership and high standards have elevated fire response. We wish him well in his retirement. We especially thank him and the Los Angeles County Supervisor's Office for making 69Bravo a reality.  We look forward to working with Chief Marrone as he steps into his new role of protecting Topanga and the communities beyond.
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