A local hero is receiving well deserved recognition and thanks after announcing his retirement. Roosevelt City has shared that they are honoring one of Roosevelt’s longest-standing public servants, fireman Tim L. Rockwood. Rockwood joined the Roosevelt Fire Department in January 1974 and will retire in January 2019. That’s 45 years of service! “Forty-five years is a tremendous thing,” shares Roosevelt City Manager Ryan Snow. “Think of the lives that you touch in 45 years of public service. The time, the dedication that you put in over that length of time is incredible. He truly is a local hero.” Tim Rockwood set a great example and have had great men follow in his footsteps. His son, Lee Rockwood, is Roosevelt’s Fire Chief, and his grandson, Adam Rockwood, also serves as a fireman with Roosevelt Fire Department. Thank you Mr. Rockwood for your wonderful example and many years of service.
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