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Indian River Introduces their new Fire Prevention Coordinators

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Wednesday January, 30 2019

Nature: Indian River Announces new Fire Prevention Coordinators

Location: Oak Orchard – Long Neck Area
 

The Indian River Volunteer Fire Company in conjunction with Chief Hayden Klingler is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert (Bob) Marmor and Roxanne Bammer as the Fire Prevention Coordinators in and for Indian River’s Fire District.

Bob and Roxanne are extremely excited about the opportunity to serve in these capacities and enhance the knowledge and awareness of Fire Safety and Fire Prevention within our local fire district.

Bob brings a breadth of knowledge regarding fire department operations and has more than 46 years of successful experience in all aspects of fire department operations.  Bob has a strong background in fire chief operations, fire department management and emergency management operations. Bob started his volunteer fire service career in 1973 with the Village of Horseheads Fire Department in New York.

Roxanne also brings a breadth of knowledge in fire suppression, fire safety, and fire prevention and has more than 26 years of experience in the fire service.  Roxanne has sustained training and awareness with firefighting, pump operator, apparatus driver, technical rescues, hazardous material operations, and fire prevention. Roxanne started her volunteer fire service career in 1993 with the Coplay Fire Company in Pennsylvania.

Both Bob and Roxanne plan to be an integral part of the fire safety and fire prevention community and are anxious to get started with their new duties and responsibilities. 

Indian River is pleased with their proposal to implement a new and proactive fire prevention program commencing in February, 2019

These appointments are effective immediately.

You may contact Bob or Roxanne regarding their fire prevention initiatives via the following link:  http://www.irvfc.com/page/contact-us.