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Lives in:
Asst. Fire Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Nationally Certified: Fire Instructor III, Fire Officer IV, Safety Officer, HAZMAT OPS,
Bachelor in Fire Science
Masters Public Administration
Credentialed MA Fire Chief
Areas of expertise:
Fireground Pumps Hydraulics
Active Shooter, MCI Mgt, ICS, Emergency Mgt.
Third generation, 30 plus year member of the fire service. Educated AND experienced. Firm believer that this is the best job in the world. Agrees with Chief Brunacini that Firefighters hate change and the way things are. Agrees with JFK that "One person can make a difference, and everyone should try." Progressive and deliberate agent of change who tries to make a difference everyday to make our fire dept. and all the fire service better each day.

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At 8:35am on November 2, 2008, Barry Aptt said…

Sorry for your recent loss of a fellow brother. Hope everythign is well and we were thinking of ya at Stow the day of the funeral.
At 12:12pm on August 12, 2008, Bill Sullivan said…
Hey Tim,
I didn't forget ya with that book on "D. Winters-101st E 506 PIR". I'll get it to you.
At 7:27pm on March 12, 2008, Pat Nichols said…
good to see you here

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