Syracuse Fire Department Promotes Fifteen New Officers in City Hall Ceremony

In a City Hall Ceremony, the Mayor Promoted Fifteen to New Positions, Ranging From Lieutenant to Deputy Chief

Miner: Strong Leadership in the Fire Department Helps All Residents, Protecting our Neighborhoods

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Mayor Stephanie A. Miner today promoted fifteen new officers within the Syracuse Fire Department. In a ceremony taking place in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall, the new officers were sworn in to new ranks, including four Lieutenants, five Captains, four District Chiefs, and two Deputy Chiefs.

Mayor Miner promotes 15 Officers from Syracuse Fire Dept. in City Hall Ceremony

“Strong leadership in the Fire Department inures to the benefit of all City residents, protecting our neighborhoods and keeping our community safe,” said Syracuse Mayor Stephanie A. Miner. “I thank these firefighters for dedicating their lives to our City and I thank their families for sharing their loved ones with our Fire Department.”

The new officers and their positions are listed below:

Deputy Chief
Barry Lasky
Tom Clarke

District Chief
James Farewell
Colin Duffy
Jeffrey Kite
John Kane

Captain
Timothy Barclay
Leonard Danielewicz
Timothy Gleeson
Adam J. Smith
Zachary Smith

Lieutenant
Adam Clark
Adam H. Smith
Timothy Visser
Geoffrey Westby