Photo_user_blank_big
wolfman1959

You can complete this milestone by accruing more than 50 reputation points in the last 7 days

You can reach this milestone by inviting at least 5 friends who join the site.

You can reach this milestone by being one of the first 1,000 members to gain a star.

You can reach this milestone by becoming a site moderator.

You can reach this milestone by becoming one of the top 100 users on the Reputation Leaderboard.

You can reach this milestone by becoming verified.

wolfman1959: Groups

wolfman1959: Quiz Results

Smokejumper_max80w

What Fire are You Fit to Fight? taken 9 months ago

Smokejumper

Istock_000005298623xsmall_max80w_max80w

Are You a Leader in Your Department? taken over 6 years ago

Leader in Training

wolfman1959: Gifts

Helmetboots_max80

Coffee_max80

Champagne_toast_max80

Truck_max80

Frank Quesenberry

Location:
Bridgeport, OH
Gender:
Male
Service:
Firefighter / Company Officer
Status:
Volunteer
Relationship Status:
Married

Personal

Hobbies:
Patch Collecting, Badge Collecting, Cooking, Repairing cars
Favorite Movies:
CSI. NCIS firefighter movies, ladder 49, Backdraft
Favorite TV Shows:
longmire
Favorite Music:
Country, ( Point of light )

wolfman1959: Activity

September 03
wolfman1959 is now friends with Firegurlvfdemt18.
08-21-09-_me_texting_lol_max50

Firegurlvfdemt18

August 04
wolfman1959 is now friends with fire69angel.
Pic

fire69angel

July 24
wolfman1959 is now friends with ureee.
Christmas_016_max50

ureee

.
July 07
wolfman1959 joined the group "Michael Jordan Fans".
713e1ca9012b800e

Michael Jordan Fans

wolfman1959 joined the group "Alan Jackson Fans".
Aj

Alan Jackson Fans

Comment Wall

Add wolfman1959 as a friend to write on their Comment Wall.

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    wolfman1959

    over 1 year ago

    96 comments

    To all my brothers and sisters of the fire departments all over. We as firefighters have seen all kinds of things but there's one thing that we have seen will never leave us it's always there in the back of our minds. And that is a death of a child rather it's in a car. by a drunk driver or to a preventible fire. I believe if a home is well kept and caught fire then as bad as that sounds it is still better then children dieing in a home fire because of some slum lord that thinks about the money instead of the people that rents these dumps. I come to you all now to tell a story that it should not have happened if the home was brought up even to have a code. We as fire fighters need to draft a plan up as firefighters for our legislature to grow some balls and for once listen to us as firefighters. We see more of these dumps the we really want to admit and the more we try to tell some it seems like it falls on deaths ears. I come to each and every one of you with a true store. Sunday April the17th there was a house fire in which three innocent children lost their lives because of a slum lord. These children along with the parents had laid down for a nap and because the back window was boarded up and this slum lord knew about it for some time now. A fire broke out in this apartment building some of the tenants was seen running out of the apartment one woman ran out with her hands on fire but for the other tenants the wasn't that lucky when the fire broke out these people didn't know what had happen because this slum lord didn't have any smoke alarm in any of his apartments. But these people was unable to get out of the apartment and the children 2,4,and 5 had lost their little lives because of this slum lord. The parents was transported to Pa burn unit with third degree burns. The parents doesn't even know about the children yet because they was in a coma when they was brought out. One child was dead at the apartment from smoke and the other two was transported to a area hospital where they had died from smoke. We as a whole can and should do some thing about slum lords This slum Lord name is Mr. Casey Coyne of Bridgeport Ohio. We are just like the police department where they think they have a brotherhood and so do we come out when there is a fallen fireman don't we? But the other couple has two children did not get hurt. These people had lost everything but because of the kindness some people around the area the are now settle in a lot better place. We as a group, as a brother and sisterhood firefighters need to try to stop all of these slum lords and I reach out to each and every one of you that knows that a child had lost their life do to neglect we need to do something as first responders who sees what fire does especially when a slum lord is involved. So please join with me and lets see what we can do to see that not another child loose their lives to a fire that could had been prevented. And I would like to give our brothers and sisters at the bridgeport Ohio Fire Department for a good job that they had done and our prays needs to go out to the bridgeport fire department and all the firefighters around the world for those who unfortunately run upon scene like a innocent child is involved I would like to take my time to Thank each and one of my brothers and sister firefighters.

  • Ladder_6_at_the_station_2_max50

    firechiefunit2

    almost 5 years ago

    13042 comments

  • Ladder_6_at_the_station_2_max50

    firechiefunit2

    over 5 years ago

    13042 comments

  • 131131_max50

    Edwin1

    over 5 years ago

    11298 comments

    Thanks for the add, stay safe

    Firefighter MySpace Comments and Graphics

    Comments - Graphics - Layouts - Photobucket

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    Account Removed

    almost 6 years ago

    2008 IN YOUR REARVIEW MIRROR OR 2009 THROUGH THE WINDSHIELD??? HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Photobucket

    One Foot In The Black
    http://www.kurtkamm.com

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    Account Removed

    almost 6 years ago

    Frank. Thanks, Just stopped by to spread some Christmas cheer

    Photobucket

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    wolfman1959

    about 6 years ago

    96 comments

    As a male ff I have come to know some great firefighters and I was honor to serve with them. Some of them have moved on, some have given up their dreams for one reason or another. But these firefighters will always be in my heart because these firefighters where true great firefighters. Some of them had to give up their dreams not by choice but by pressure of those who still doesn't understand. My heart really goes out to these firefighters because of all the hard work that they had put in, for all the hard training they had to go through to make it, for the lives that they had saved on and off the job, for the lives that these very fine firefighters lives the had touch and I know that they had touch my life. It is hard to believe that we talk about brotherhood of the fire department, how we are suppose to help one another in times of needs and heartachs. But what it really comes down to it some of the fire department are still in the dark ages not all. There are some very fine upstanding fire department that makes the good ones look bad. These firefighters that I am talking about that had to leave the department and to get their feeling destroy by some that could not fully understand why these firefighters had joined the department. It wasn't to prove that they could do the job. It wasn't to prove that they could do the job better. It wasn't to show off. It was just that they wanted to do a job the best that they could, to give back to the community that they had lived in. It was just something that they really wanted to do just like the rest of joined up for. But for some of us we are not put down because we joined. But these firefighters was put down to the point that they was forced to leave which I feel was the very wrong thing to do. We are suppose to be their for every one and if we turn our backs on those people who are willing to give their lives to become firefighters in the first then how can we in our right mind say that we are there for everybody? These firefighters I am talking about are true firefighters these firefighters that I have been proud to serve with are women. Nothing special about them except their hearts was into doing the job the best that they could do and some of them had yet beyond the call of duty and their reward was force off the department. So let us as a group of real firefighters that believes in serving our community not look down on these female firefighters that we do have on our department but to tell them just how good of a job that they are doing and just how proud we are to have on our department. Heres to all the women firefighters GREAT JOB

  • 1116442257988_may05_small_max50

    LadyFirefighter08

    over 6 years ago

    3426 comments

    Thank you for the add. Take care and as always, stay safe.

  • U_s_forest_crew_max50

    Headset

    over 6 years ago

    27680 comments

    Thanks for the friendship. You have a GR8T DAY. Always Stay Safe and Out of TROUBLE..... Always leave the TROUBLE part for me thanks.
    See you around in Pandora's Box ^..^ ^..^ :)))
    Headset aka " Scandalous Trouble in the Makings "

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    wolfman1959

    over 6 years ago

    96 comments

    As a firefighter I have learned that we can not be a good leader if we ignore the most valuable access that we have on each of our departments that are the men and women that serves each of our departments. As leaders we shouldn't have to use the words that they serve under us because they don't serve us they work along side of us they serve their community.

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    wolfman1959

    over 6 years ago

    96 comments

    We as male firefighters also need to remember the women that also serve on each one of our department. We need to remember the contribution and the risk that these women give for their community. We need to stop some of the discrimination that I have seen toward some of these women firefighters. Remember they are human beings to.

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    wolfman1959

    over 6 years ago

    96 comments

    We as firefighter we all need to remember our fallen heroes of the past and the present. For it is us that carrys these people memories and to never let their death go in vain for a job that these men/women had devoted their lives for. They as us knew what the risk was but we do it not for the money nor the glory but for the people we serve. REMEMBER THE HEROES.

  • Photo_user_blank_big

    burnsurvivorfrom1974

    almost 7 years ago

    10 comments

    I'm not a professional firefighter by vocation,but I'm honored to be a friend of wolfman1959 having read his profile*.I'm a burn survivor from 1974 that was in a fiery car crash,spent 109 days in a burn unit in Louisville,Kentucky burn unit.I was burned 65%@1st/2nd/3rd degree beyond recognition at age 19.I suffered pain beyond comprehension physically,mentally&emotionally,but add to that the loss of an 18 year old young lady 3 hours after the accident.Shock therapy had to be ordered immediately by my parents,as I almost went insane at Margie's passing.I've been proactive in the burn community since 1986 in burn center/rehab center visits,served as a counsler/mentor/musician in two burn camps for children ages 8-18,and currently pursuing higher education collaborating wit the Fire Service&Burn Care Professionals.I'm seeking funding for Juvenile fire starters program/Fire and Life safety educator&S.O.A.R. program through Phoenix Society for burn survivors,Inc..My goal as funds are provided for education and a modest salary are to do this Full-Time as my vocation*.Stay in touch wolfman1959 because I can only be as successful as those who surround me.It is Paramount to collaborate with the fire service as I've met some AWSOME guys and gals on the journey!See ya,wolfman1959.Burnsurvivor1974.