Kieran Amos Death – We are extremely disheartened to report that our previous Chief Fire Officer, Kieran Amos, died yesterday after a short sickness with his family next to him.
Kieran joined Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service in April 2019 after a profession in the fire area that had spread over almost 30 years in a scope of jobs, beginning with the then Surrey Fire Brigade and ascending through the positions with his last job as Assistant Chief Fire Officer prior to joining Warwickshire as Chief Fire Officer.
During his time in Warwickshire, Kieran assumed an immense part in the reaction to the pandemic, working across our networks to do what was expected to help the most defenseless, and the sky is the limit from there, to assist with keeping us generally protected.
However proficient and talented as he seemed to be, what made Kieran so uncommon was the manner by which he worked. He carried a fellowship to individuals he worked with, and an assurance that everybody ought to have something to do with how the assistance could be improved. Combined with that was his absolute obligation to working with every one of our accomplices and our networks so they could be essential for that excursion.
Albeit just with Warwickshire for barely two years, those of us who worked with him will have been moved by his essence, his empathy and consideration. He has left a heritage that will be based upon as we proceed with the work, he did to make Warwickshire more secure for all.
Our musings are with Kieran’s family just as those who knew him. He will be recalled by us all at Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service and he will be significantly missed, as a gifted and devoted associate yet, in particular, as an exceptionally unique individual who was regarded and cherished by all who knew him.