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Cody Tweedy
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  • Conroe, TX
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Lives in:
Houston Texas
Houston Fire
Firefighter Paramedic
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Has worked in the service for 11+years, from the volunteer firefighter rank to the rank of battalion chief. Has also held positions as head of the quartermaster division, ems liaison, and training division. Deployed on multiple type I incidents.
Topics you provide training for:
Mental Health, Marital, Fire Dynamics
Areas of expertise:
EMS, Rescue, Truck Company Operations, Mental Health, PPE, Fire Dunamics
Cody is an eleven year veteran of the fire service, he has held positions from volunteer through the Battalion Chief rank. He currently works for Houston Fire Department assigned as a firefighter paramedic in district 46. Cody is a member of the Houston Fire Department water strike team, and outside Houston had deployed on multiple type I incidents from wildland fires to flood and swift water events.Cody and his wife Kayla who is an EMT-I currently teach a workshop for first responders and their spouses together to help with marital solutions called triage marriage.

Cody Tweedy's Blog

Triage For Marriage

What is marriage?  Webster’s dictionary defines marriage as, the legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship.  Partners, remember that.  It also states that marriage is a combination or mixture of two or more elements.  For example “a marriage of jazz, pop, blues, and gospel.”  This sounds more like a marriage than anything…


Posted on March 18, 2019 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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