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Retiring Bentonville Fire Captain To Become Centerton’s Fire Chief

Posted: December 31, 2013 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO MELISSA GUTE 
Delton Bush, who recently retired as a captain with the Bentonville Fire Department, will become Centerton’s first full-time fire chief Wednesday. Bentonville Fire Department held a retirement party Monday to celebrate Delton Bush’s 18 years of service.
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STAFF PHOTO MELISSA GUTE Delton Bush, who recently retired as a captain with the Bentonville Fire Department, will become Centerton’s first full-time fire chief Wednesday. Bentonville Fire Department held a retirement party Monday to celebrate Delton Bush’s 18 years of service.

Delton Bush who recently retired as a captain with the Bentonville Fire Department will become Centerton’s first full-time fire chief Wednesday.

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Bentonville Fire Department held a retirement party Monday to celebrate Delton Bush’s 18 years of service with the department. Bush was presented with an ax with his name, his hire date and retirement date engraved on it. Bush, who has also served as Centerton’s part-time fire chief since 2012, will begin as its full-time fire chief Wednesday.

Source: Staff Report

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