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June 12-17, 2022

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September 21 and 22, 2019
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December 7 and 8, 2019
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November 17, 2019
MSFA FIRE PREVENTION AND LIFE SAFETY COMMITTEE MEETING
Bowling Green Volunteer Fire Department 12420 McMullen Highway, SW, Cumberland, MD. 21502
November 17, 2019
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November 18, 2019
Cecil County Vol. Firemen's Association
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November 19, 2019
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November 19, 2019
Wicomico County Volunteer Firemen's Assn
Delmar VFD
November 19, 2019
WICOMICO COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING
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November 20, 2019
Howard County Volunteer Firemen's Association
Savage VFC
November 20, 2019
Kent - Queen Anne's Volunteer Fire, EMS and Rescue Association
Crumpton VFC
November 21, 2019
Baltimore County Volunteer Firemen's Association
Chestnut Ridge VFC
November 21, 2019
St. Mary's County Fire Board Association
Public Safety Building, 23090 Leonard Hall Rd, Leonardtown, MD
November 21, 2019
Washington County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association
Sharpsburg Ambulance
November 21, 2019
Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association
Guardian Hose
November 21, 2019
Montgomery County Volunteer Fire/Rescue Association
Wheaton Rescue
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John E. "Sunny" Rose, Jr., Memorial Training Award

 

Purpose of Award -To recognize an individual who dedicates the most hours to Fire, EMS, and Rescue

training during the year

 

Award Sponsor - Odenton Volunteer Fire Company

 

Award Administered by - Training Committee of the Maryland State Firemen's Association

 

Background - John E. "Sunny" Rose Jr. joined the Odenton Volunteer Fire Company in 1963 and was an

active member of the company until his death in 201S. Sunny served in many positions with the company including as a line officer, board member, and numerous committees. Sunny's true passion throughout his fire service career was for Fire, EMS, and Rescue training. He started as a Field Instructor for the Maryland Fire and Rescue institute (MFRi) in 1977, and over his thirty-eight years as a MFRI Field Instructor, Sunny taught countless training classes across the State of Maryland and coached and mentored many aspiring instructors. It was not unusual to find Sunny teaching a class in one region of the state during the day, picking up a support vehicle from MFRI in the afternoon, and then teaching another class in a different region that evening. It is in recognition of his untiring demeanor and dedication to training, that the Odenton Volunteer Fire Company is proud to sponsor the John E. "Sunny" Rose Memorial Award to be awarded each year at the annual convention of the Maryland State Firemen's Association to an individual who has dedicated the most hours to Fire, EMS, and Rescue training in the previous year.  This award was approved by the Maryland State Firemen's Association Executive Committee on September 20, 2015

 

Award Rules:

1. The nominee must be a member in good standing with a member company of the Maryland State Firemen's Association.

2. The nomination must be submitted as an individual on official letterhead or stationary of the member company and signed by a senior company officer.

3. Letters of nomination and transcript records must be submitted to the Chairman of the MSFA Training Committee

Leon Fleming, 3531 St. Paul Road, Hampstead, MD 21074 no later than April 30 of the award year.

4. Nominations must include a summary of training courses completed by the individual during the calendar year preceding the nomination and supported with copies of transcripts or certificates of training from the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute, the National Fire Academy, colleges/universities, or other recognized training institutions as may be designated by the MSFA Training Committee. Any training classes not supported with a document of record will not be considered for this award.

5. This award recognizes an individual's dedication to Fire, EMS, and Rescue training during the previous year. Training programs that will be considered for this award include:

a. All courses and seminars sponsored by MFRI or MIEMSS.

b. Courses sponsored by the National Fire Academy, the Emergency Management Institute, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. (including on-line training programs)

c. Formalized courses that are sponsored by local training academies which are members of the Maryland Council of Fire and Rescue Academies.

d. College or University classes that are directly related to Fire, EMS, or Rescue delivery.

e. Other courses or training programs as may be determined eligible upon review by the MSFA Training Committee.

6. In determining the number of course hours for each training program, the MSFA Training Committee will consider the following:

a. Course hours as designated in a course catalog or brochure.

b. For one-day seminars, six course hours will be used; for two-day seminars, twelve course hours will be used.

c. For college/university classes, thirty hours will be awarded for a three semester hour class.

d. All courses to be considered must be documented on a transcript record, pocket card, or course completion certificate.

e. All courses and documentation will be reviewed by the MSFA Training Committee for verification and acceptance. The determination of course eligibility and hours considered by the MSFA Training Committee shall be final.

7. A perpetual trophy will be awarded to the individual recognized with this award to be displayed in the member's home station for the following year. The awardee will also be presented with a personal trophy and uniform medal at the awards presenation which shall become the property of the awardee.  

 

   
Previous Recipients:
Year Name Department County
2016 John E. "Sunny" Rose, Jr. Odenton Anne Arundel
2017 Taiwade Edwin Bond, Jr. Odenton Anne Arundel
2018 Anthony Simonetta Odenton Anne Arundel
2019 Christopher J. Banach Odenton Anne Arundel

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