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  • Seaford, DE
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Welcome, John Wilson, III

Profile Information

Lives in:
Seaford, Delaware
Department:
City of Wilmington, Delaware
Title/rank:
Lieutenant
Years of public service:
30 Years Volunteer, 22 Years Career
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Union Issue, Staffing, Layoffs, Special Operations, EMS
Professional Qualifications:
NFPA Firefighter I & 2; NFPA Fire Instructor II; NFPA Fire Officer I & II; NFPA Fire Inspector I; NFPA Rescue 1006, Confined Space, Rope, Trench, Structrual Collapse; National Registered Paramedic; Certified NASCAR Emergency and Track Services Instructor;
Topics you provide training for:
Confined Space Rescue; Collapse Rescue; Trench Rescue; Firefighting; NASCAR;Elevator Rescue
Areas of expertise:
Motorsports Fire, EMS, Extrication; Special Operations
Bio:
I have 30 years of Fire, EMS, Rescue experience with the Wilmington Manor Volunteer Fire Company in New Castle County, Delaware. I have served all fire suppression positions except Fire Chief. My entire family is apart of the Volunteer system in which my Grandfather helped start in in 1945. My Father who has close to 50 year as a Member was Fire Chief when I was growing up and is my biggest hero. Both of my Sons and wife are members. I followed my father into the career fire dept. in 1989, I currrently am a Lieutenant assigned to a Squad -Engine Company.

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