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Lou Angeli
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  • Wilmington, DE
  • United States
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Lives in:
2203 N. Harrison Street
Tri Cities Fire-Rescue
Firefighter/Safety Officer
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Daytime staffing, nightime staffing, retention of members, recruitment of new members.
Professional Qualifications:
Delaware State Fire School, Firefighter I, II, HazMat, Staff and Command, Rapid Extrication -- University of Missouri Continuing Education,
Topics you provide training for:
Personally -- Ground Ladders, Truck Company and Support Company Operations, Flashover Recognition, Extrication
Areas of expertise:
Ground Ladders, Truck Company and Support Company Operations, Flashover Recognition, Incident Command, RIT Operations, Rapid Extrication, EMT-I.
25 year veteran firefighter, having served in both the career and volunteer sector. As an instructor, most of work has been through DVD and MultiMedia. (American Heat, Pulse, Firehouse Video Training.) Serve as a technical advisor on motion pictures and TV programs dealing with fire-recsue.
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At 11:59pm on March 24, 2009, Tim Zehnder said…
Lou, is this Wilmington byWilmington Manor, My Dept just bought Heavy Rescue 28 from Wilmington Manor FD Just wondering

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