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Lives in:
Woodridge, IL
Morton Grove FD
District Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Budgetary challenges and striving to continually meet the changing needs of the community.
Professional Qualifications:
Chief Fire Officer, Fire Department Health & Safety Officer, Advanced Technician Firefighter, Fire Apparatus Engineer, Vehicle Machinery Technician, Fire Service Instructor, Training Program Manager
Topics you provide training for:
All Basic Operations Firefighter topics (Fire Academy), vehicle extrication, Fire Officer Development, Leadership & CTBS (Life Safety Initiatives)
Areas of expertise:
Company Officer development, Leadership & Team building, Engine Company operations, Modern Fire Behavior principles & practices, SCBA, Search and Rescue, FF Survival Skills
I am a 36 year veteran of the fire service. I have served on both a Paid-on-Call and a career department and have gained a great deal of knowledge from both environments. As a company officer, I was able to apply all the lessons I had learned into a real life setting. I have had a great supporting cast. From my superiors to my subordinates, each contributed to my professional growth. Now serving as a chief officer on my department my personal growth continues each and everyday.

My greatest joy is sharing my "lessons learned" with the men and women who will replace me when I don my gear for the final time. Watching their professional growth is truly rewarding.
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