Fire Marshal Leslie Adent Retires from Southern Manatee Fire
By WILLIE CIRONE, Senior Correspondent | April 11, 2021 | FLORIDA
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Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSFire Marshal Leslie Adent addresses the audience.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSTable of presentations for Fire Marshal Leslie Adent
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSChief Bounds shares some good times stories.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSFamily. Friends. visiting Chiefs and officers, and members of the Department
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSThe Department forms ranks for last inspection by Fire Marshal Leslie Adent
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSManatee County Honor .
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSFire Marshal Leslie Adent receives the flag flown over the station from Manatee County Honor.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSSouthern Manatee Fire & Rescue
TALLEVAST, FL - After three decades of dedicated service to Southern Manatee Fire & Rescue District, Fire Marshal Leslie Adent retired. Her career began as an on call volunteer firefighter, before working her way up to full time and then to the Fire Prevention Bureau. Once in the Fire Prevention Bureau she continued her schooling, working her way up through the ranks. Fire Marshal Leslie Adent received many awards throughout her career on both state and county levels. Her fire prevention programs that were implemented in the Southern Manatee Fire District had a positive outcome in the community.
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