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Lives in:
Sidney, IL
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Building a Officer Leadership Program from the ground up.
Blending TRT activities and skills into fire service operations.
Professional Qualifications:
Illinois Certified Instructor 2, Technical Rescue Technition level trained, Haz-Mat Operations certified, Certified as Fire Officer 2 with State of Illinois, Illinois fire Service Institute Field Staff Instructor since 2000,
Topics you provide training for:
Technical Rescue, Pumps, Down n' Dirty Hydraulics, Basic Firemanship classes & skills.
Areas of expertise:
Technical Rescue, Pumps, Down n' Dirty Hydraulics, Basic Firemanship classes & skills.
Started in fire Service in 1989 as Volunteer with the Sidney Fire Prot. District. Hired by Urbana fire Department in 1995. Promoted to Lieutenant in 2000. Hired by the Illinois fire service Institute in 2000 as Field Staff Instructor. Currently the Technical Rescue Team Training Coordinator for MABAS Division 28 TRT.

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