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Lives in:
2750 Dixwell Ave. Hamden, Ct. 06518
Hamden Ct. Fire Department
Deputy Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Budget - Funding
Health &Safety
Equipment modernization
Professional Qualifications:
AD - Fire Protection & Safety - Oklahoma State
EMT-B (EMT-P , 15 years)
Topics you provide training for:
EMS, Firefighter, Fire Officer, CERT
Areas of expertise:
Fire and EMS Operations and Administration
Departmental Grant Writer
Started Fire and EMS career as a volunteer at age 16.
Attended the University of New Haven & Oklahoma State
Stillwater OK Fire Department
Sikorsky Fire Department- Crash Rescue
Hamden, Ct. Fire Department
EMT-P 1978 through 1995
EMT-B 1975 to present
Flanagan Ambulance - New Haven, Ct.
Branford Ambulance - Branford Ct.
Mayfair Ambulance - Wallingford Ct.
Currently 3rd year - NFA EFO Program
Past Director - Hamden OEM
USCG Licensed Master - 100 Ton
Maker and Purveyer of fine Maple Syrup and Maple Products
Connecticut Justice of the Peace

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At 1:20pm on March 22, 2008, David Proulx said…
Have you seen my stapler? ...... I'm gonna burn this place down!
At 9:34am on March 15, 2008, Bill Fitzmaurice said…
I don't think Bobby understands, that picture REALLY DOES looks like Clark in his office! lol
At 4:36pm on March 13, 2008, Bill Fitzmaurice said…
Nice picture! Welcome to the group Chief.
At 9:14am on March 13, 2008, Frank Ricci said…
Great photo, we could use your input in our group it is listed on page 2 Tactical Building Blocks & Air Management
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips.

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