Fort Mill Fire chief resigns

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comDecember 31, 2012 

Ken Kerber

— Fort Mill Fire Chief Ken Kerber has resigned after more than 15 years with the Fort Mill Fire Department.

Kerber's last day at the fire station will be Friday, he told The Herald Monday morning.

Kerber, whose tenure at the fire department saw the introduction of shift work and more full-time staff, said had been thinking about resigning for some time. After speaking with City Manager David Hudspeth, he turned in his resignation. He said he's leaving the city on good terms after deciding to resign from his role for "personal reasons."

He would not elaborate.

"I'm just going to look for some other things to do," he said. "I'm looking forward to what's next. There are some other opportunities out there that I'm seriously looking at."

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