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Daryl Liggins
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Engine Co. Operations
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This is a dangerous question. I claim to be an expert in nothing.
7 years as a firefighter/engineer in the Redwood city, CA fire dept. 9 years in the Oakland Fire Dept.
Adjunct instructor - FDIC Engine Co. Operations
Adjunct instructor - Fire Academy Oakland
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At 2:41pm on November 18, 2008, John Barrett said…
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At 2:19pm on November 11, 2008, Jay Blake said…
Daryl, good to see you and your family at the golf tournament. Take care.
At 5:22pm on November 5, 2008, Peter F. Kertzie said…
Good to see you too... Well just your helmet and nozzle...

I have the nicest time in the middle of Wisconsin.
At 11:17am on October 19, 2008, Tony Tricarico said…
Thanks for writing Daryl. Anytime I can help. I will say hi to John.
At 5:11pm on October 14, 2008, Julie Simmons said…
Give Jay the thumbs up for me... :)

Take care! How the golf tournament go this year? I'll have to crash again one of these years....
At 1:01pm on October 14, 2008, Julie Simmons said…
Darryl, I think about buying the shirt off your back almost daily... :)
At 2:12am on October 11, 2008, Billy lewis said…
Thanks for the thoughts. All are out of the hospital. The Captain was released from UC Davis Burn Center yesterday, doing well although has a long recovery road ahead for him.
At 11:17pm on October 10, 2008, Billy lewis said…
Love your reply to the discussion on number of "real" workers we go on, strong work and I couldnt agree with you more. KTF
At 12:19am on October 9, 2008, Kevin Conant said…
Hi Daryl:
Good to see you at the AFT. Let me know what the good sites are here in this community. Thanks, Kevin
At 7:37am on October 8, 2008, Ted Corporandy said…
To my good friend Daryl

Great to see you on this sight. You are truley one of the best and most knowledgeable firemen I have had the honor to teach with. I look forward to working with you again and of course, partaking in an adult beverage at a local thirst emporium (preferrably of the Irish persuasion).

Be safe my brother,

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