Jen
  • 33, Female
  • columbus,ohio
  • United States
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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer, EMS/Rescue Squad/Hospital EMS - Paid
Job Function
EMT - Basic, First Responder
Years in Fire/EMS:
5
My Training:
I've gone to career centers for fire/ems I'm currently in college and trying to find a station that will take me on as volenteer
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
I'm in the ohio state fire academy to become firefighter/paramedic
Why I Love Fire/EMS
it's my life... I've wanted to be this sense I was 3 no one else in my family is in this career it's just me


my doggie and how she lays when she's sleeping...

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At 10:24pm on April 8, 2011, Glen "Darren" Borror said…
Hey Jen,
How'd it go for Columbus?? What company you with??
Hope you made it!! I tried for a long time to get in, kept getting beat out on military preference points (sucked!!)

Hope to hear back from you soon,

Darren
At 12:44am on December 4, 2009, Shawn M. Steinschreiber said…
Hey are you on a dept. Volunteering yet?
At 11:20am on October 28, 2009, adel said…
My name is Adel and I am trying to figure out what products are best for female firefighters. I have worked as a firefighter for only three years so I am just getting started. Currently I am a student at Eastern algerinne University in in the Fire & Safety Engineering Technology Program. Although I have only been a firefighter for three years I have had my fair share of small gloves that were still too big and pants that went up to my belly button! I was wondering if you could take the time out of your busy schedule to share some of your favorite/best fitting/most functional products for female firefighters. Weather it’s an awesome fitting pair of pants, A polo shirt that has sleeves that do not go down to your elbows, a pair of great gloves, or boots that have an awesome fit. It would be greatly appreciated if you could share your opinions with me. Thank you very much. Please feel free to e-mail me back at adel_pomper@hotmail.com or leave me a commentDelete Comment
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At 6:01pm on July 8, 2009, R Griffin said…
BE SAFE!!!
At 11:26pm on June 30, 2009, Ben Stoll said…
Ya thanks for the add...Hows the calls in c-bus
At 2:03pm on June 12, 2009, CHIEF NORMAN said…
Jen thanks for the add, great job on your page and I have to say that is one big dog all laid out on the floor...Stay safe there in Columbus, Ohio...This Okie tips his helmet to ya, have a great weekend maam...
At 11:54am on April 29, 2009, adel said…
Hi thanks for adding me. Hope all is well with you...stay safE.
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At 10:34pm on February 1, 2009, fireman1049 said…
hey little lady.. stopin by to see how the schooling is going.. hope u enjoyed the warm weather we had today.... take care and be safe... john.
At 2:55pm on January 6, 2009, fourth horseman said…
hey jen sorry for not calling you but i lost my phone and have not goten a new one. you look hot
 
 
 

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