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Gary Schlotterbeck
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Lives in:
San Francisco
Volunteer Hagerstown MD, Shippinsburg PA, Gretna LA, San Francisco NERT
Years of public service:
Elected to volunteer rank of Lieutenant/Assistant Chief
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Volunteers dropping off
Professional Qualifications:
Topics you provide training for:
Ladder Company ops.
Areas of expertise:
Ladder Company ops.
I joined the fire department in 1966 as a volunteer. In 1967 I joined the all volunteer Ambulance service and in 1969 I joined the local Rescue Company and was trained in both Search and rescue as well as heavy duty rescue. I have been a volunteer everywhere I lived and worked over the 40 plus years I was active in the fire service. I am now a member of the San Francisco Fire Department's Neighborhood Emergency Response Teams whose primary purpose it is to assist the SFFD in search and rescue following an earthquake.

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