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  • Springfield, VA
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Lives in:
Virginia
Department:
Quantico Fire and Emergency services
Title/rank:
Firefighter
Years of public service:
12
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staffing, money, Training
Professional Qualifications:
HTR-Trench, Vehicle rescue, Instructor III, fire Officer III, Health and Safety Officer, Haz-Mat Tech, Haz-Mat Incident Command, EMT, Fire Inspector II
Topics you provide training for:
CPR instructor, Basic company level Training. Building Construction.
Areas of expertise:
Mason for 21 years has made me a building construction subject matter expert in residential and light commercial construction components and applications
Bio:
Born on Long Island, my family was well established in our townships Fire Service. The Fire Department was and still is 100% volunteer. Out of Highschool I began my apprenticeship as a Bricklayer while volunteering. The construction industry brought me to Va. Where I discovered I would rather be a full time firefighter. My construction knowledge has been vital in my career as a Fireman. I have been able to share considerable knowledge and experience with many and I believe has made a difference in others careers as well. Together with my love of teaching and personal experience I feel like I am giving back to a job that begs for any new, reliable information it can gather.

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