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Captain David Glenn Celebrates 25 Years with the Kentfield Fire District


Captain David Glenn, pictured here with his wife and sons, was recognized by the Kentfield Fire Protection District for his 25 years of outstanding dedicated service to the Fire District and the people of our community.  Captain Glenn started as a volunteer firefighter with the District in 1988 and was hired as a paid firefighter on June 17, 1991.  Promoted to Captain in 2003, he has served thirteen years as Captain, and the Training Officer for twelve years.  Captain Glenn is a member of the Marin County USAR Team, Marin County Water Rescue Team (OES Team 11). He is a member of the North Bay Incident Management Team as a Safety Officer. He has served on the Marin County Fire Investigation Team, the Marin County Hazmat Team, held numerous offices within the Marin and Sonoma Counties Fire Training Officer’s Associations, the Kentfield Fire Professional Association and Volunteer Associations. He has also served as an adjunct instructor for the Fire Academy at Santa Rosa Jr College for the past twelve years.  In 2006 Captain Glenn and the members of the Water Rescue Team received the Medal of Valor from the Marin County Board of Supervisors for their outstanding work during the floods. Captain Glenn was recognized at the Board of Directors meeting on June 15, 2016.   

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