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Type of Organization
EMS/Rescue Squad - Volunteer, Emergency Management, Private EMS, Other Response Agency Type
Job Function
EMT - Basic, First Responder, Driver / Engineer, Other Emergency Services Staff
Years in Fire/EMS:
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Alton Volunteer Emerceny Corp
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My Training:
AED, BBP, CPR,CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor, GSAR, CERT, WMD Awareness, WMD Radiological/ Nuclear Awareness, Understanding & Planning for School Bomb Incidents,Bacillus Anthracis, Emergency Program Manager, Incident Command Systems, Single Resourses and Initial Action Incidents, Off-road Recovery, Drivers Traing, Coast Guard Boaters Training, Fire Surpression, 72 hour Pack, Medical Assistant, First Responder, Phlebotomist, Hazmat ... Do you want me to continue
About Me:
GSAR, Water Rescue, Off-road recovery, coronor runs and much more.
Day Job:
Jackie of all trades at this time.
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Why I Joined Fire/EMS
Always had a interest in EMS and I come from a family of Medical personel. I have currently enrolled in the EMTP course so I guess that makes me an EMT in the makeing. is your One Stop Shop
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Why I Love Fire/EMS
Helping others!!!!
Top Issues Facing Responders:
The community needs to get more involved and also need to be aware that there are GSAR groups out there to help in emergency situations.

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The Value of a Volunteer

Posted on September 2, 2007 at 4:40am 0 Comments

The estimated dollar value of volunteer time is $18.77 per hour for 2006.

The estimate helps acknowledge the millions of individuals who dedicate their time, talents, and energy to making a difference. Charitable organizations can use this estimate to quantify the enormous value volunteers provide

Hottest Chicks in EMS

Posted on August 21, 2007 at 3:08am 5 Comments

So ladies lets show the boys that we not only have brains but, beauty to. Friend of mine did this and made a fortune. Just an idea of a calendar (tasteful) oh all us hot women in EMS. All the money I make goes to my volunteer group. Just an idea. Don't shoot me for it.


Posted on July 31, 2007 at 12:32pm 0 Comments

Just wanted to say hi to all my new friends On FirefighterNation. Sorry I haven't been able to personally stop by everyone's site and say hi but, I have been so busy. I welcome everyone to stop by and and check out my SARR JeepTeam site at : We have a wonder team of SARR peeps here and would love to hear your input to better out team. So please stop by, join if you like (its free) and leave a few words of wisdom for the… Continue

Search and Rescue and the people that do.

Posted on July 26, 2007 at 2:28pm 3 Comments

Search and Rescue and those that do.

Why is it that anytime I talk to others about the Search and Rescue I do, I get these responses: "YOU DO THAT FOR FREE", "I WOULDN'T DO THAT FOR FREE", "WOW THEY SHOULD PAY YOU FOR THAT". I find myself thinking: To me donating my free time, running for hours without sleep, and using my last dime to get there is no big deal.…


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At 5:17pm on December 28, 2014, AFD said…

Wishing You a Safe Good 2014 Christmas Season

with an Wonderful 2015 New Year my Friend Hugs :)

At 11:33pm on November 2, 2010, Mark Fuqua said…
Thanks for having me as a friend. hope you have good week stay safe keep in touch.
At 9:16am on March 11, 2010, Paul said…
Hey Mudnut,
Hope you don't mind me contacting you through FFN. Fortunately this is the best way to connect with other Firefighters and it's been instrumental in allowing me to introduce an opportunity. I have been with the FDNY for close to 22 years now and worked many odd jobs to make a better life for my family. Two years ago a good friend and brother firefighter offered me a chance to start my own business in Energy. He told me, "Gather a Gas customer once, to a service that's Guaranteed to be cheaper than what they are presently paying ... and earn money, Month after Month after Month". I understand this sounds way to good to be true, but it is true and it is real. If you or maybe someone you know would like to earn additional income, please get back to me and I will forward the information.

Thank you, Stay Safe and hope to hear from you soon.
Paul Francomano
At 2:02pm on October 18, 2009, Rich quilling said…
Thanks for the add.Be safe
At 5:15pm on May 5, 2009, AFD said…
Greetings :o)
i am seeking my friend shes been very naughty LOL ...........
At 1:31pm on May 5, 2009, Dale said…
At 11:11pm on May 1, 2009, Duane Dewey Olson said…
Hi from waterloo wi
At 11:11pm on March 28, 2009, MILK said…
nice pics thanks for the add
At 9:28pm on February 14, 2009, AFD said…

X O X O X O :O)
At 8:35pm on February 14, 2009, AFD said…
YOUR The Sweetest Friend :)
Hugs... Anthony

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