Public Farewell Planned for Retiring Hyannis Fire Chief

brunelleHYANNIS – The public is invited to come say goodbye to Hyannis Fire Chief Harold Brunelle ahead of his retirement.

Residents are welcome to drop by the Hyannis Fire Station on High School Road Extension between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday, October 31st. Visitors are invited to bring photos and share stories.

Brunelle has spent 44 years with the department.

“I have spent a lifetime, or so it seems, doing something I truly love, at a place I love and for a department I love,” Brunelle said when he announced his retirement in August. “I consider Hyannis my home. I have absolutely no regrets about choosing the fire service as my profession. It’s time to pass the baton.”

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