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Tim Doran
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Lives in:
569 Sagg Road, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Bridgehampton Fire Department
1st Assistant Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Increasing age of membership, lack of new members due to the high cost of living in our district, lack of time on the part of the membership due to local economics.
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Service Instructor II, Fire Officer I, RIT, Heavy Rescue, MPO, Engine CompanY Ops, ICS-300
Topics you provide training for:
ICS-100,200, EVOC, MPO, Engine Company Ops, Truck Company Ops, RIT, SCBA Confidence, Water Supply Ops, (all within my department currently)
Areas of expertise:
Water Supply Ops, Hydraulics, Building Construction (my real job is in the building trades)
46 years old, wife and three sons, oldest is following in my foot steps in the USMC and youngest is in the delayed entry program for March 2011. Grew up at the fire house, dad was an active member for 45 years. Love the fire service and am motivated to help others to be the best thay can be and most of all to be safe. Some college education in mechanical engineering. Owner operator of Warm Floors Radiant Heating, a hydronic heating, design/build specialist firm. Former Technical Manager and field trainer for Uponor Wirsbo Company.

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