OKC Fire Chief To Retire July 31

Oklahoma City Fire Chief Keith Bryant is about to begin his new job as United States Fire Administrator. He was recently appointed to the position by President Trump. It was announced Monday that Bryant will officially retire as Oklahoma City Fire Chief on July 31st. He will be sworn in to his new position during a special ceremony on August 4th at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. He will report to Washington D.C. on August 7th to begin his new job as the leader of the United States Fire Administration.


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