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  • Lawrenceville, GA
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Lives in:
353 No Where Rd
Department:
Gwinnett County Fire Services
Title/rank:
Driver/Engineer
Years of public service:
30+
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Aerial & Truck Company Operations.
Professional Qualifications:
NPQ Instructor I, HazMat Tech, ICISF CISM Advanced Group & Peer Support
Topics you provide training for:
Driver's Training, Aerial Operations & Certification, Building Contruction, CISM Awareness,
Areas of expertise:
Building Construction, Emergency Vehicle Operations & Response Driving, Aerial Operations, CISM, Hazmat Operations, Marine Firefighting, Search & Rescue
Bio:
Started in the fire service at 17 with the US Coast Guard. Served as a DamageContolman (CG Firefighters & trainers) and retired at 20 years as a CWO3. Last 5 years served at Coast Guard Headquarters as Afloat Training Program Coordinator & Engineering Specialist. Over the years I have served on several different departments throughout the US, wherever I was stationed, from volunteer to combination to paid. After retiring I started with Gwinnett County Fire In Atlanta, GA having served 10 years so far. Currently a Driver Engineer and Academy Instructor.

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