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Michael Curran
  • 54, Male
  • Chicago, IL
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Lives in:
100 Whitney Path #8, Georgetown, KY 40324
Rural-Metro Ambulance-Lexington
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Top issues in your department:
Manning, pay scale
Professional Qualifications:
Haz Mat Tech
Nat. Regist. EMT-B
Swiftwater Rescue Awareness
Topics you provide training for:
Areas of expertise:
EMS for approximately 14 yrs.
Grew up on southside of Chicago, IL
Joined EMS in 1991 with Vandenberg Ambulance Service, Tinley Park, IL (later bought by AMR)
Became certified as CCEMT-P through UMBC 1996
Joined Fire service in 1996 with Riverside(IL) Fire Department, paid-on-call
Contract Firefighter-Paramedic with Public Safety Services Inc., Rosemont, IL 1995-1997
Patient Care Tech at University of Chicago Hospital, Adult ICU Tower 1997-1999
Member of Naperville(IL) Fire Department 1999-2002
Part-time member of Darien-Woodridge(IL) Fire Protection District 1999
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At 2:53pm on July 31, 2008, Curtis Birt said…
You bet, need anything let me know
At 9:05am on July 30, 2008, Curtis Birt said…
Thanks, hope KY is good, not in touch with many from DWFPD, know Collins is COD of Osceloa Co, FL, and Wayne is the new Chief. Foley got BC. Besides that I have been so busy with this place do not get to keep in touch as much as I would like.

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