Late Greenwich fire chief honored by community

The chief was honored at the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company's eighth annual David N. Theis Award for Outstanding Service to the Community.

News 12 Staff

Oct 28, 2022, 2:18 AM

Updated 623 days ago

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The town of Greenwich gathered to celebrate the life and service of the late Chief Dan Warzoha.
The chief was honored at the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company's eighth annual David N. Theis Award for Outstanding Service to the Community.
The event was held at Tamarack Country Club in Greenwich.
Warzoha was a lifelong member of the Glenville Department, operations manager of the Town's water treatment plant, the fire chief for six years and director of emergency management.
They say his love for the town and his job made him the perfect candidate for the award.
"Dad was the last person to seek the limelight or take credit. His attitude was always what could I do and how can I help so this is a way that we're able to honor him and give back to the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company," said son Steve Warzoha.
Chief Warzoha died on Aug. 21, 2021 while the town prepared for tropical storm Henri.


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