Roland Asebedo Death – Obituary News: Denton County Fire Marshal Roland Asebedo, 56, Dies Of COVID-19.
We are sad to report that Denton County Fire Marshal Roland Asebedo, 56, has died Of COVID-19, according to the following statements posted on social media.
It is with a heavy heart we announce the loss of our Director, Chief Roland Asebedo on September 13, 2021.
Roland was a 23-year veteran law enforcement officer with more than 30 years in emergency services,Chief Asebedo saved countless lives in his dedication to serving others. pic.twitter.com/D82TW1dAdG
— Denton County Emergency Services (@DentonCoESO) September 14, 2021
Chief Asebedo joined the Denton County Emergency Services in May 2004, working his way to Assistant Fire Marshal and Assistant Director of Development and Emergency Services. In October 2020, Judge Eads officially pinned Chief Asebedo as Denton County Fire Marshal and Director of Development and Emergency Services. Before joining the Denton County staff, Chief Asebedo served as Fire Chief with the Highland Village Fire Department, Fire Marshal with the Coppell Fire Department and Assistant Fire Chief and Fire Marshal with the Plainview Fire/EMS Department…dfw.cbslocal reported
Condolences – Comments and Reactions.
The @FortWorthFire Office of Emergency Management send our thoughts, prayers and condolences during this difficult time. We appreciate his partnership, leadership and friendship. He will truly be missed by all.
— Fort Worth Office of Emergency Management (@FWOEM) September 14, 2021
Cheryl Cooper wrote
What a tragic loss. Gone too soon. My condolences to all affected by his death.
I was at the courthouse today and the obvious disregard for the public’s personal health safety during one of the highest surges of the pandemic is shocking. No social distancing; no masks. They’re either afraid of pushback or they don’t care. This is a lack of common sense leadership.
John Glover wrote
This loss to Denton County will never be totally realized. Roland was a true servant and gave his all to the State of Texas. He never backed down from a challenge, even when the odds seemed insurmountable. Rest easy my friend…. Until we meet again!
Kaitlyn Sarao wrote
Rest in Peace, Roland! You were a light that shined so bright when you smiled! You always knew how to make us kids laugh. You will be missed!.
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