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Lives in:
1927 N Dexter Ave, Evansville, Indiana, 47711
Department:
Evansville Fire Department
Title/rank:
Captain
Years of public service:
14
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Truck Maintenance, Training
Professional Qualifications:
Indiana State certified: Hazmat Tech, EMT-B, Instructor, Safety Officer, Strategy and Tactics for Initiial Company Operations, Leadership, Driver/ Operator, NIMS 100, 200 and 700.
Topics you provide training for:
Company level training evolutions. Occasional classroom teaching on various subjects.
Areas of expertise:
Personal interest in fitness. Strong knowledge of pump operation. Passion for professional fire service. Good teaching skills.
Bio:
Charles M. (Mike) Connelly
Captain, Evansville Fire Department
1927 N. Dexter Ave
Evansville, Indiana 47711

Experience:

11/2/1994 Appointed as Probationary Firefighter to Evansville Fire Dept.

2/14/1995 Assigned as Firefighter to Engine Co. #15 Red Duty Platoon (Shift 1)

7/1/1998 Transferred as Firefighter to Ladder Co. #1 Red Duty Platoon (Shift 1)

1/4/1999 Transferred as Firefighter to Engine Co. #1 Red Duty Platoon (Shift 1)

7/13/2000 Promoted to Lieutenant, Assigned to Engine Co. #10 Blue Duty Platoon (Shift 2)

9/19/2000 Transferred as Lieutenant to Engine Co. #1 Blue Duty Platoon (Shift 2)

Fall 2001 Lead Instructor for Instructor I and Instructor II/III class

Fall 2002 Lead Instructor for Leadership Class Evansville Fire Dept

11/3/2004 Promoted to Captain, Assigned to Quint Co. #16 Green Duty Platoon (Shift 3)

Other experience includes:

United States Navy Nuclear Propulsion
Petty Officer 2nd class Machinists Mate
Engineering Laboratory Technician
Radiological Controls, Chemistry control in Reactor plant and Steam plant, and operation of related plant mechanical equipment.

All Type Hydraulics, Brake Supply Co., Inc.
Machinist
Cylinder repair and manufacture for heavy construction equipment

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