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Lives in:
Casselton, ND
Department:
Casselton Fire & Rescue
Title/rank:
Assistant Chief and Training Officer
Years of public service:
9
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Professional Qualifications:
I have a 2 year Associates Degree. I self studied to become MN and ND FFI & FFII certified. I am a ND State instructor, First Responder and my departments training officer.
Topics you provide training for:
Farm Extrication, Grain Bin Extrication and Highway Response Safety.
Areas of expertise:
Highway Response Safety, Farm & Grain Bin Extrication
Bio:
I am 39 years old. I grew up in rural Minnesota with 3 other siblings. Attended North Dakota State College of Science and earned an Associates degree in Architectural Drafting and Estimating and minored in Construction management. I moved to Casselton, ND to marry my wife Julie. I wanted to make a difference in my community and joined the local department. During my second year, I was elected as secretary. I held that position for two years and declined to run again for that position. My eight year I was elected as one of the Assistant Chiefs and training officer. I have been teaching and training under the direction of Alan Runck a 37 year veteran of the department.
Web site:
http://www.casseltonfire.com

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At 2:10pm on July 2, 2010, Brad Hoff said…
Welcome brother!

I know the rigors of emergency response in ND very well.
 
 
 

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