It’s chocs away for retiring chief airport fire officer…
Tuesday 12th March 2013, 1:00PM GMT.
AFTER being one of several in his family to work in airport firefighting, the chief airport fire officer is retiring.
Adrian Le Pelley, 58, has spent 37 years with the Airport Fire Service.
Mr Le Pelley, pictured, joined on 22 April 1976 and, after a time in various other roles including station officer, took on the position as chief airport fire officer on 22 December 2003.
Prior to joining, he was a mechanic at Ruette Braye Motors.
‘I wanted to be involved with the public and the emergency services,’ he said.
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