FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A Fresno Fire Captain is getting ready to enjoy retirement after signing off for the last time on Sunday.
Matt Sullivan has worked as a firefighter for 30 years and has been at Station 8 in Fresno for the last 13 years.
On Sunday, several friends stopped by to congratulate him and share their favorite memories.
Throughout his career, Sullivan has served in a variety of roles for the department, from rescue and hazmat to being a fire investigator.
Despite retiring at the age of 58, the captain says he will have no trouble finding ways to pass the time.
"Oh I got plenty of stuff to do, I've got projects. Anybody that owns a home knows that those never end and I work on cars, restore those as one of my hobbies, I'll be busy."
Officials say Station 8 is one of the busiest in the City of Fresno but despite the workload, Sullivan wanted to finish his career there.
Congrats Captain Sullivan, and enjoy your retirement!
Fresno Fire captain retires after 30 years
Matt Sullivan has served in a variety of roles for the department, from rescue and hazmat to being a fire investigator.
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