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Posted on: November 12, 2021

Westlake Firefighter Craig Goodwin retires after 30 years of service

Assistant Fire Chief Mike Freeman reads a Proclamation for Craig Goodwin at his retirement ceremony.

The City of Westlake held a retirement ceremony honoring longtime Firefighter/Paramedic Craig Goodwin on on Nov. 10 at Fire Station #1 on Crocker Road.

Goodwin is an Air Force veteran, as well as a 30-year veteran of the Westlake Fire Department. In fact, it was the Air Force that gave him his start fighting fires before coming to work for the City of Westlake in April 1991.

Westlake Fire Chief Jim Hughes presented Goodwin a personalized plaque and his helmet and Assistant Fire Chief Mike Freeman read an official Proclamation detailing his life and career with Westlake, as well as his plans for retirement. 

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