Fire Engineering Training Community

Where firefighters come to talk training

Maria Rhea
  • Female
  • Anderson, IN
  • United States
Share on Facebook MySpace
  • Blog Posts
  • Discussions (2)
  • Groups
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Maria Rhea's Friends

  • Rob McClintic
  • Dan Walker

Maria Rhea's Discussions

Roll up doors for fire apparatus
4 Replies

Started this discussion. Last reply by Maria Rhea Jan 7, 2009.


Maria Rhea's Page

Profile Information

Lives in:
Fishers Fire
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Annexation of Geist area and building more fire stations to accomodate our rapidly growing area.
Professional Qualifications:
FF 1/11, EMT, hazmat technician, rope, confined space, and trench technician, building collapse operations, investigator 1, and driver operator.
Hello, my name is Maria Rhea and I've been a member of Fishers Fire for 7 years. Currently I'm the ladder chauffer for station 91, "The Big House", c-shift. I'm a member of the technical rescue team and the Hamilton county hazmat team. I'm married to my wonderful husband, B.J. and we have three awesome boys ages 8, 4, and 3. I joined the fire service because I have a passion for helping people and I love the variety and challege of the job. It doesn't get any better than this!

Comment Wall (3 comments)

You need to be a member of Fire Engineering Training Community to add comments!

Join Fire Engineering Training Community

At 7:34pm on January 7, 2009, Rob McClintic said…
you too. If you see Mike tell him Rob McClintic said Hi for me. Please....
At 7:29pm on January 7, 2009, Rob McClintic said…
No s***!! Ive known Mike since he was born..His parents and mine were in each others wedding ceremonies...
At 7:28pm on January 7, 2009, Dan Walker said…
Welcome, if your looking for latest greatest fire info you will find it here!
AC Walk

Policy Page


The login above DOES NOT provide access to Fire Engineering magazine archives. Please go here for our archives.


Our contributors' posts are not vetted by the Fire Engineering technical board, and reflect the views and opinions of the individual authors. Anyone is welcome to participate.

For vetted content, please go to

We are excited to have you participate in our discussions and interactive forums. Before you begin posting, please take a moment to read our community policy page.  

Be Alert for Spam
We actively monitor the community for spam, however some does slip through. Please use common sense and caution when clicking links. If you suspect you've been hit by spam, e-mail

FE Podcasts

Check out the most recent episode and schedule of

© 2024   Created by fireeng.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service