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Lives in:
Wyckoff, NJ
Wyckoff (NJ)
Deputy Chief
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Volunteer fire department
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Professional Qualifications:
NJ StateFire Instructor- Level 2
B.B. Baker, a 26-year veteran of the emergency services, is a deputy chief with the Wyckoff (NJ) Fire Department where he also serves as the RADEF Coordinator and HAZMAT Coordinator for the Office of Emergency Management. A NJ state-certified Level 2 fire instructor and EMT-D, he is an instructor at the Bergen County (NJ) Fire Academy. BB returns to Indianapolis in 2008 for his fourth year as an FDIC H.O.T. flashover instructor. He also was a flashover instructor at FDIC East.

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At 4:54pm on June 5, 2008, Kevin Reilly said…
Hey BB,
I have a few pictures from FDIC for you.
email me at
Great to hear from you. Kev Delete Comment
At 9:00pm on May 28, 2008, Steve Gooley said…
Welcome to the site. Take a look at the New Jersey group located at Feel free to join and make it your own.
At 11:35pm on April 2, 2008, Eric Schlett said…
Hello and welcome BB. I'm glad to see you are here. I look forward to seeing you in Indy.

At 9:23pm on April 2, 2008, Anthony Avillo said…
hey there fella
am going to indy sat
will c u there
At 7:30am on April 2, 2008, Leonard Carmichael Jr. said…
That's messed up!

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