As one career begins, another comes to an end.
Kendallville Fire Chief Mike Riehm is hanging up his helmet after 16
years as chief and 43 years with the department.
Mayor Suzanne Handshoe said Riehm’s decision shook her, while Riehm says the timing of his retirement is right.
Looking back on his career Riehm says it was filled with unexpected
Jeremy McKinley will succeed Riehm as Kendallville Fire Chief
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