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Lives in:
Kearney, Nebraska
Department:
Kearney Volunteer Fire Department
Title/rank:
Firefighter
Years of public service:
14
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
accountability, tactics, building construction
Professional Qualifications:
FF I, haz-mat ops, first responder, vehicle extrication, advanced vehicle extrication, basic rope rescue, advanced rope rescue, confined space rescue, wild land firefighting, apparatus purchasing, training grounds committee on my department.
Topics you provide training for:
help with FF I, ropes and knots, hose loads and lays, pump operation, forcible entry,
Bio:
joined the fire service in october of 1993, have served as a volunteer on my department since then as a firefighter, firefighter operator, lieutenant. I have served with rescue crews and fire fighting crews, I attended FDIC west in 2003 and 2005. I serve on my department's training ground committee. I have also served on 3 pumper truck committes, 3 tanker truck committees, and 2 grass rig committees, am currently serving on a new pumper, and a new aerial committee.
Web site:
http://kvfd.net

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