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FRANK SOTO JR TAKES OATH OF OFFICE AS SVFD’S FIRE CHIEF
Frank Soto Jr took the Oath of Office as Spokane Valley Fire Department’s newest Fire Chief. He was sworn into office during the Spokane Valley Fire Department Board of Fire Commissioners meeting on Monday, February 28, 2022.
The Oath of Office can be viewed on the Spokane Valley Fire Department Facebook page and YouTube channel.
“Congratulations Chief Soto,” said Board of Fire Commissioner member, Brian Asmus. “I am really looking forward to working with you.”
“Congratulation Frank Soto Jr on your appointment as Fire Chief,” said Board Chair Patrick Burch. “I look forward to the many years to come working with you and having you take this department farther than it’s ever been.”
SVFD Fire Chief Bryan Collins retired after 9 years of service to the Spokane Valley Fire Department and communities within its Fire District.
SVFD is looking forward to Chief Soto Jr’s leadership and direction and welcomes him to the Spokane Valley Fire Department.
- Julie Happy