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Joseph Tuckey
  • 62, Male
  • Tecumseh
  • United States
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Lives in:
Tecumseh, Michigan
City of Tecumseh Fire Department
Fire Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staffing, training, funding, having our mutual aid companies trained to appropriate levels
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter Level II
Fire Officer III
Certified Instructor
Eastern Michigan University School of Fire Staff & Command
Enrolled in Columbia Southern University BS in Fire Science
Incident Command and NIMS
Several other certifications
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Investigation Basic
Fire Prevention & Education
Pump Operations
Incident Command
Areas of expertise:
Fire Prevention & Education
Pump Operations
Started firefighting in U.S. Navy
Joined Tecumseh in 1986 as Paid on-call
Hired as FT Driver/Operator in 1990
Appointed as Chief in 1993
Served as Secretary of Lenawee County Fire Chiefs for 9+ years
Raised over 1.5 million dollars in donations and grants for gear and fire apparatus
Built new 12,000 sq. ft station in 1998
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