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Lives in:
Coventry, CT
Department:
Coventry Volunteer Fire Association, Inc.
Title/rank:
Lieutenant
Years of public service:
18 years
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Safety, on the way to the scene, at the scene, and coming home from the scene. Everybody goes home!
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Instructor I, RN, CCRN, EMT
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Prevention/Safety, and Medical.
Areas of expertise:
Medical
Bio:
Wife, Mother, Grandmother. We have 2 sons, one of which is a career firefighter/ EMT, Instructor in another state. The other is a Computer Engineer. We have three grandchildren. My husband is also a firefighter/ EMT/ Fire Instructor and Fire Police Instructor.

We were In New Orleans, attending the EMS EXPO, when Hurricaine Katrina blew ashore. My husband and I, with 25 other FF/EMT's , banded together and established an EMS station for the New Orleans Hilton. We cannot say enough about the management crew of that hotel.

Fire Officer of the Year in 2005.

Another first for us was during a trip home from an EMS convention in Las Vegas, when a gentleman had a life threatening cardiac event at 32,000 feet. I had the pilot divert the flight to a closer airport so the gentleman could get proper advanced medical attention. The crew who came to meet the plane said it was a true medical emergency.
Web site:
http://www.coventryfire.org

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At 4:27pm on April 15, 2008, David Ebel said…
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At 11:00am on April 6, 2008, Mary F. Engler said…
Glad to meat both of you, let's all be safe and keep others safe!
At 8:41am on April 6, 2008, John Shafer said…
I was wondering who was going to be the 1000th member. :) welcome aboard
At 8:26pm on April 5, 2008, Christi Haymore said…
Welcome! Your the 1000th member, Congrats:)
 
 
 

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