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Wrentham Fire Chief Promotes Robert Maduskuie to Deputy Chief

Town of Wrentham
Kevin Sweet, Town Administrator
79 South St.
Wrentham, MA 02093

For Immediate Release

Friday, Nov. 2, 2018

Contact: Benjamin Paulin
Phone: 781-428-3299

Wrentham Fire Chief Promotes Robert Maduskuie to Deputy Chief

WRENTHAM — Fire Chief Antonio Marino is pleased to announce that a veteran member of the Wrentham Fire Department has been named deputy chief.

Robert Maduskuie was promoted to deputy chief by Chief Marino on Friday.

Deputy Chief Maduskuie, who joined the department as an auxiliary firefighter in 1982, has served in a variety of roles over the past 36 years. He became the first full-time medic of the department in 1998, was instrumental in starting the department’s Advanced Life Support (ALS) service and currently serves as its EMS coordinator.

“Having worked beside Robert for several years, I am proud that one of my first acts as chief is promoting him to the much deserved rank of deputy chief,” Chief Marino said. “I am confident that Robert will continue to be an asset to our department and thrive in his new role.”

Deputy Chief Maduskuie, of Foxborough, was promoted to the rank of captain in 2017 after six years of serving as acting captain. He holds a bachelor’s degree in fire science from Providence College.

“Having served our community for nearly 40 years, Deputy Maduskuie embodies everything that being a Wrentham firefighter means,” Town Administrator Sweet said. “His experience is invaluable to our town and I look forward to seeing how he can further excel in his new position.”