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Lives in:
14542 Joanise dr. Sterling Heights
Clinton Township Fire Dept. IAFF local 1381
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Budget cuts
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter/Basic EMT
State of Michigan Fire Instructor
To Hell and Back Instructor
Assoc. Degree-Fire Science
President Motor City FOOLS
Topics you provide training for:
Search and Rescue
Live Fire Evolutions
Life Safety
Areas of expertise:
Search and Rescue
Life Safety
Wall Breach
Columbus Drill
Burn Survivor
15 years as Commercial Truck Driver
7 years City Of Fraser Volunteer Firefighter
Currently 8 yrs. With Clinton Township Fire IAFF Local 1381
Fire Service Instructor Macomb County Fire Academy
Lost one of my Best friends (David Sutton) in our rescue attempt of an elderly female (flashover-rollover) and was burned on my upper body back and arms over 35%-out of work for 15 mos. on March 4th, 2000.Love sharing job experiences and training with others and new fire cadets as well. Have given To Hell and Back Training at past FDIC's.Always willing to share info as wellas learn new things from other FF's as well.

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