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Marion County Fire Rescue
FireFighter/ Paramedic
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Equipment, lack of experience due to newer(40 yr) Dept. persistence from county govt against growth and change.
Professional Qualifications:
Career Firefighter/paramedic, Hazmat tech.
President of Mc.FOOLS. The Marion County,Fl, Chapter of The Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society

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At 4:58pm on July 26, 2011, Damon Allen said…

Hey man.... How is it going? Sorry I have been out of touch, but I have been in Paramedic School learning to be a healer of the sick and injured. I never thought in 19 years I would have been a Medic, so I guess better late than never!


But I have still been teaching and going to training events. So how have you been? Is MCFR treating you good?


Be safe Brother,



At 4:32pm on August 4, 2010, Ben Fleagle said…
As far as I know only 3 of us are coming from Alaska, but there should a few of our close brothers from Seattle, we have a unique bond with that group of brothers. Funny, the HommTeam FOOLS and the FNF get along very well too! We have hosted the SunCoast Fools here too. Farthest apart, brothers no matter what.
At 10:28pm on August 1, 2010, Ben Fleagle said…
We'll see you soon brother! Hot day today. Ninety degrees and humid. I'm preppin' for your clime!

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