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Lives in:
Closter, NJ
City of Englewood
Chief of Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
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Professional Qualifications:
BS Degree Fire Science
Master Degree Adminstrative Science
Certified Public Manager
CFO Designation
Level II Fire Instructor
Fire Official
Certified Arson Investigator
Topics you provide training for:
Strategy and Tactics
Building Construction
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Nobody's an expert, I'm learning something everyday!
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At 7:48pm on February 3, 2009, Dave Gallagher said…
You know, Phil's right... you should replace it with a photo of a sock monkey...
At 1:58pm on December 5, 2008, Phil Jose said…
Is the picture on your home page designed to protect your identity? Perhaps the city council is looking for you!
At 2:25pm on November 11, 2008, Jay Blake said…
Hey Brother, I hope all is well. keep in touch.
At 1:45pm on November 11, 2008, Larry R Collins said…
How are you doing Robert? Professor LaCount moved on. He is the new Assistant Chief of training and risk management for the city of Mooresville, North Carolina. My first grandaughter is 5 months old and in July I moved into my new home protected throughout with a Blazemaster sprinkler system my wife and I installed. I hope you are well and happy. Drop me a line or give me a call when you get a chance. or 859-200-2780.

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