Allegretti, Lisa
October 2004
Fire Chief;Oct2004, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p56
Trade Publication
Highlights the award given to Rick Haase, the 2004 Volunteer Chief of the Year awardee in the U.S. Career background; Manpower training strategies; Contributions to the vitality of the department. INSET: HIGH PRAISES.


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