April 20, 2019

Rookie volunteer firefighter Todd Stanley's prospective on the fire service.

Rookie volunteer firefighter Todd Stanley's prospective on the fire service.

It wasn't until later in life that Todd was "bitten by the fire bug" and decided to pursue a firefighting career. Todd Stanley was a volunteer firefighter in his small hometown of  Blanding, Utah for 3.5 year and shares some of his memories fighting fire with his dad. He just started volunteering again at Cedar Valley Fire Department and is working his certifications to test for a full-time position next year. He talks about the how important it is to have the support of his wife as he pursues his passion. He is juggling his family life, work and firefighting training and creating balance between all of them. Todd describe what it feels like to be a "hero" and to be humble.  

 

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