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Mick Fischer
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  • Cedar Hill
  • United States
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Lives in:
Cedar Hill, MO
Cedar Hill Fire Protection District
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
We have lots of issues.
Professional Qualifications:
FF I&II, Haz-Mat Ops, EMT, Bachelors in Fire Service Management, Fire Service Instructor I, Fire Officers Certificate Program, MUFRTI.
Topics you provide training for:
Water Rescue, EMS
Areas of expertise:
Water Rescue
Iam a 32 y/o father of 2, married for five years. I have been in the fire/ems field since 1994. I work for a combination department in a small surburban community, as well as part time for our local ems district. I adjunct the firefighter I&II program at Jefferson Community College. I am currently working on my Masters Degree in Business.
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At 10:39pm on July 16, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Welcome to the greatest training site in the World!
This where the serious trainers learn form each other, this where we as a family grow and you are a part of it. How exciting is that!
Please take a look at the group called HazMat News and Training. We are currently talking about some great things and I would love to hear what YOU have to say. Todd McKee
At 11:01pm on June 8, 2008, Rick Lasky said…
Hi Mick,

Thanks for your kind words brother! Keep spreading the word. Maybe we'll eventually get to the right people!

Be safe pal.


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