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Prentice Williams

Location:
Conway, SC
Service:
Fire Department Employee
Status:
Career (Fed/State/Local)
Relationship Status:
Married

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May 03
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January 18
pow397 commented on: "Kelly Chenoweth".
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"hey Kelly things are good here in SC the weather is up & down. How was the HERT class i was thinking about taken it next "

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    resaw

    over 4 years ago

    19096 comments

    Thank you Prentice stay safe.
    Tom

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    kchenoweth523

    almost 5 years ago

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    Hey, the HERT class was good- but i really liked the HOT class better. The HERT class had alot more class time (sitting and listening to lectures) than the HOT class. I personally liked the hands on stuff in the HOT class better, you do some of that in the HERT class but not as much- and you dont get a HOT entry either!. LOL! Well keep in touch, hope all is well for you!

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    almost 6 years ago

    JUST DROPPING IN TO SAY HELLO
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    Kurt Kamm
    One Foot in the Black
    http://www.kurtkamm.com

    How about sending a couple of paragraphs about your most memorable fire experience for the blog?