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  • Hopewell, NJ
  • United States
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Wednesday Reflection

I start off my week with a reflection and random thoughts. We work, we learn, we train, we talk, and we pass on the knowledge, whether it’s in the form of accountability, life lessons, or mastering competences. We make it our goal, mission, duty to pass on the skills, lessons, and knowledge learned to other members. By doing this we can only hope that someday, they too can pass on what they have learned to other new members. Hopefully if we have done our job correctly the cycle continues to…See More
May 1

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Lives in:
Mercer County, NJ
Department:
Hopewell Valley Emergency Services Unit
Title/rank:
Emergency Services Specialist
Years of public service:
25
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter
EMT
Fire Inspector
Swift Water Tech
HazMat Tech
Fire Investigator
Topics you provide training for:
General Fire Matics
Ladder Ops
Eng Ops
Forceable Entry
Search and Rescue
Communications
Areas of expertise:
Firefighter Safety Survival
Mayday
Bio:
John started off his career in 1992 with the Slackwood Volunteer Fire Company. John held positions of Company Vice President, Lieutenant, Rescue Captain, and Safety Officer. In 2001 John became a career Firefighter/EMT/Fire Inspector for the Hopewell Township Fire District #1 / Hopewell Valley Emergency Services Unit. John was previously in charge of Public Education for the Bureau of Fire Safety. He is currently in charge of training and also handles Health and Safety related issues for the Hopewell Township Fire District.

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Wednesday Reflection

I start off my week with a reflection and random thoughts. We work, we learn, we train, we talk, and we pass on the knowledge, whether it’s in the form of accountability, life lessons, or mastering competences. We make it our goal, mission, duty to pass on the skills, lessons, and knowledge learned to other members. By doing this we can only hope that someday, they too can pass on what they have learned to other new members. Hopefully if we have done our job correctly the cycle continues to…

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