Sidney firefighter retires


Sidney firefighter Steve O’Meara, of Sidney, addresses his coworkers during his retirement ceremony at Sidney Fire Station 1 on Monday, April 20. O’Meara has been a firefighter for 32 years. O’Meara was a fire chief in the U.S. Air Force reserves. He was stationed as the fire chief of a fire station in Iraq from 2003-2004. The flag used in O’Meara’s retirement ceremony is the same flag that was flying at his fire station in Iraq when Saddam Hussein was captured.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney firefighter retires

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Sidney firefighter Steve O’Meara, of Sidney, addresses his coworkers during his retirement ceremony at Sidney Fire Station 1 on Monday, April 20. O’Meara has been a firefighter for 32 years. O’Meara was a fire chief in the U.S. Air Force reserves. He was stationed as the fire chief of a fire station in Iraq from 2003-2004. The flag used in O’Meara’s retirement ceremony is the same flag that was flying at his fire station in Iraq when Saddam Hussein was captured.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/04/web1_SDN042120FireRetire-1.jpgSidney firefighter Steve O’Meara, of Sidney, addresses his coworkers during his retirement ceremony at Sidney Fire Station 1 on Monday, April 20. O’Meara has been a firefighter for 32 years. O’Meara was a fire chief in the U.S. Air Force reserves. He was stationed as the fire chief of a fire station in Iraq from 2003-2004. The flag used in O’Meara’s retirement ceremony is the same flag that was flying at his fire station in Iraq when Saddam Hussein was captured. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News