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Jan Harkner-Abbs
  • 63, Female
  • Wawaka, IN
  • United States
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Orange Twp FD, Rome City, IN
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Finding enough time to get all the training in.
Professional Qualifications:
FF 1/2
Fire Officer 2
Instructor 2/3
K9 Handler/ Instructor (human remains, live find, former FEMA USAR, former accelerant dog handler)
Advance Open Diver
Ice Diver
Wreck Diver
Deep Diver
Drysuit Diver
Safety Officer
NASAR Search and Rescue Technician 2
Wilderness Rescue Technician
Ice Rescue Technician/Instructor
BS Education (1983)
Masters Educational Psychology (1992)
Time to get moving for 2009!

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At 7:08am on May 3, 2012, Michael D. Wilson CFEI, MDI said…

Hi Jan,

Please send me your e-mail address.


At 11:14am on November 23, 2009, TR Hagerty said…
Any Time Jan We are alway glad to help If u need anything more just give us a call
At 11:03am on November 23, 2009, Jan Harkner-Abbs said…
Thanks Angola FD for helping us on this search with your sonar. Knew I could depend on ya when I called! :)
At 9:30am on August 19, 2009, Jan Harkner-Abbs said…
Wow! Had a long day on a search on a fire scene. Dogs did well. Conditions were not good all the way around. Sadly, there were 3 fatalities.

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