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Lives in:
Dickson, TN
Franklin Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Traditions, lack of experience and managing our growth.
Professional Qualifications:
Engineer on Engine-2. I am responsible for driving to the scene, pumping if neccesary and all other related duties.
Topics you provide training for:
Driver training, pump operations, HVAC and Emergency Response to Carbon Monoxide Incidents.
Areas of expertise:
I don't feel that I am an "expert" in anything, since I try and learn something new each shift. But, if I had to guess, I would say that I am near expert in "Obey the Boot".
I have been a career firefighter for the past 8 years. I am a licensed electrician and a Haz / Mat Technician for our department. I often travel with my church to help the less fortunate. I play bass guitar and love camping with my family.

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At 4:07pm on September 9, 2008, Greg Wild said…
Try this forum...
At 1:10am on September 4, 2008, Ben Marler said…
Sounds like your doing better. Quit stalling and get to work. Greg needs to be knocked down a notch.
At 9:11pm on August 25, 2008, John Bierling said…
Hello Richard, I have some information about Firefighter wellness that I would like to send you. Please send your email address.
Thanks, John

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