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Honorary member of fire departments in New Franklin , PA, and Waynesboro, PA. Former Volunteer Division Chief and Volunteer Deputy Chief of Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department.
Firefighter III, Fire Officer 2, EMT-B, Instructor Level 1
Joined Hyattsville (MD) VFD in June 1962. Held offices of Secretary, Sergeant, Captain and Assistant Chief before becoming fire chief beginning in 1970. Served as fire chief for 35 years, retiring at the end of 2005 and given the title of Chief Emeritus. Also worked for City of Hyattsville Fire Dept. as a part-time driver/operator when the city operated the fire department. Also served as a a Volunteer Division Chief and the first (and only) volunteer Deputy Chief of the Prince George's County (MD) Fire/EMS Department. Additionally, served as Chairman of the Maryland State Firemen's Association (MSFA) Emergency Trust Fund Board of Review for five years. This board acted on applications for state assistance by volunteer fire and rescue organizations. Elected to the Hall of Fame of both the Prince George's County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association and MSFA. I have also been involved with owning and operating antique fire apparatus. I have owned three engines at various times - a 1942 Ford, a 1932 Buffalo and a 1948 Mack. I don't currently own a rig but am still an active member of SPAAMFAA.
Electrical Engineer and Program Manager for BAE Systems (retired in December 2005). Currently work part time as consultant for defense contractor.
Been a while! You still around here? I have recently added the third vehicle to my apparatus fleet. 1957 Jeep utility unit. At present, I am acquiring a 1984 Chevrolet/Reading medium Squad. Hope to have it on site in early July. As with all of my untis, this one is fully equipped and operational. Coming right out of the department. I now own more apparatus than some PG companies! LOL! And all of MINE are paid for and operational! Hope to hear from you soon. Enjoy Florida!
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Exceptionally great photos! Brings back memories from when
I was at Hyattsville 1967-68 before moving on to Brentwood.
Still a member (Life Member) there even though it looks like
the Dept will soon go away. Drop me a line at "firstname.lastname@example.org"
and we'll tell lies to each other!
BTW.. I own two pumpers and am getting ready to put a third
vehicle in the lineup soemtime in Feb-Mar.
Chief, Welcome to the Firefighter Nation. I am glad you joined the group.There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all. Have fun and look around.
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Would you please send your email address so I can send some information about incident command training and responder wellness. Thanks, John
Donald, Those are some excellent photos of trucks. My great uncle, whom helped start our local FD, was the one who got me involved with fire/rescue. It's great to see dedicated people with years of service.