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Dylan Liebenow
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  • Gouverneur, NY
  • United States
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Lives in:
171 Rowley St. Gouverneur NY 13642
Richville Volunteer Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Training, heath and fitness, accountability
Professional Qualifications:
Associates of Science Fire Protection Technology, Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Intro to Fire Officer, Rope Rescue Tech Basic, confined space safety and awareness and i think thats about it for now.
Topics you provide training for:
non at this time will begin soon
Areas of expertise:
unknown at this time,
I was raised with the fire service watching my grandfather and uncle and then becoming a Jr. Firefighter with the West Stockbridge Fire Department in 2001 (pre 9-11). I then joined Gouverneur Rescue Squad in 2005 and Richville Fire 2006. I love the fire service so much that I went and got my associates degree in it. I have just become an officer in Richville and am hopeful I can be a good one I am out of my comfort zone but trying and only time will tell.

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