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May 24
Andrew Hieronimus posted a blog post

Everything About the Passion

Where has the passion gone? In my personal experience with life in general, we have become a self-centered population. Everything is about “me” and the fire service has seemingly become no different, many places are putting “we” first instead of “them”. It is true that many people just don’t seem to have the desire or the passion for the job that at one time they did, some never had it at all. This job will take a lot from you... and, yes, there will be times that it will take everything you…See More
May 23
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Profile Information

Lives in:
Ostrander, Ohio
Department:
City of Delaware
Title/rank:
Firefighter
Years of public service:
14
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Operations
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter 2, Paramedic, Fire Inspector
Topics you provide training for:
Passion, leadership, tactics, engine operations
Bio:
Andrew Hieronimus is a firefighter with the City of Delaware in central Ohio where he has served for the last 3 years. He began his fire service journey in 2005 as a volunteer before moving to Columbus and spending the first 8 years of his career with the Hamilton Twp. Fire Department on the South end of Columbus. Andrew has a passion for engine operations, tactics, and fire service culture. Andrew also has his AAS in Fire Science.

Andrew Hieronimus's Blog

Everything About the Passion

Where has the passion gone? In my personal experience with life in general, we have become a self-centered population. Everything is about “me” and the fire service has seemingly become no different, many places are putting “we” first instead of “them”. It is true that many people just don’t seem to have the desire or the passion for the job that at one time they did, some never had it at all. This job will take a lot from you... and, yes, there will be times that it will take everything you…

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