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Hey Daryl, We met in Denver Friday. If you're interested in the Rescue Procedures for using the Rescue interior let me know and I will email it to you. If not that's okay to but it was good to meet you.
Nice to hear from you as well...been seeing you on the site, nice to see. Thanks for the kudos, been busy, just got back from FDNY Memorial Day, spent the week with Ray and the guys from 69-28...an incredible experience. Keep in touch, I get on here not as much as what I'd like, but often enough. Hope all is well by you.
Great to see you on this sight. You are truley one of the best and most knowledgeable firemen I have had the honor to teach with. I look forward to working with you again and of course, partaking in an adult beverage at a local thirst emporium (preferrably of the Irish persuasion).
Just thought I would say hi. I was in the COS Fall '07 FFI, just incase you remembered me, and wanted to say thanks again for the instruction you give at the COS academies. The level of professionalism you, Cpt. Comella, and Ted (and Tom of course) brought to the academy is a great example for us as Student Firefighters and does not go unappreciated. Thanks and I hope that all is well with you and your family.
I'll give you the same advice I give my new cellmates. You need to start making as many friends as possible in here. Otherwise, you'll end up someone's bit...I mean you'll end up in the wrong discussion group. How's it going?
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