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  • West Chester, OH
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Lives in:
Lebanon, Ohio
West Chester Fire Rescue
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Old apparatus, Hands on training program
Professional Qualifications:
Prof. FF II-State of Ohio
State of Ohio Paramedic
State of Ohio Fire Instructor II
State of Ohio Fire Inspector
Incident Safety Officer/HazMat Incident Safety Officer
Fire Officer I, II, III
Topics you provide training for:
Photovoltaic Solar Panel systems
HVAC Related Alarms
FF certification classes
EMS recertification classes
I began my fire service career as a volunteer with the City of Lebanon, Ohio Fire Division in 1987, progressing to the rank of Lieutenant/Safety Officer. As the department progressed, I went to part time status in 2001where I remained until I resigned my position in 2010.

Hired in 1998, I am currently a career firefighter/Paramedic with West Chester Fire Rescue holding the rank of Lieutenant. I am a member of the EMS Quality Improvement Committee and the FF Dependents Board Secretary.

I also am a part time Fire Instructor at the Warren County Career Center, since 2007.

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