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Patrick Samuels
  • 57, Male
  • Groesbeck, Texas
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Lives in:
Groesbeck, Texas
Groesbeck Fire Department
Assistant Chief
Years of public service:
7 Years
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Consistent training; Professional standards
Professional Qualifications:
Associates Degree in Applied Science.

TEEX Training in Firefighting, Rope Rescue, Ag Rescue, Trench Rescue, Investigator and Officer Development.

NIMS Trained

ICS 100, 200, 300, 700, 800
Topics you provide training for:
Company Operations; Tactics
Areas of expertise:
Instructor skills; Admin skills; Fire tactics and accountability
Born: 12-07-1964 in Houston Texas

Graduated: Teague High School in 1983.

Attended Sam Houston State University, 1983 - 1984, major of Agriculture Education.

Joined United States marine Corps in 1984.

Achieved rank of Corporal in USMC. Served from 1984-1989 active and reserve units.

Completed Associates Degree at Navarro College in 1993.

Employed by State of Texas as Lead Investigator in Mental Health/Mental retardation Facility in Mexia, Texas since 1989.

.Lived in Groesbeck, Texas since 1996.

Joined Fire department on June 6, 2001. Prmoted to Line Lieutenant in 2003; promoted to Assistant Chief in 2005. Assist Fire Chief in commanding our 40-member Volunteer Fire Department. One station; 7 apparatus (Engine, Squirt, Rescue, Tanker, 3 Brush Trucks)

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At 2:59pm on July 28, 2008, Scott Thompson said…
Great to see you here. Keep in touch.

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