Retired Fire Chief Bob Keys served the City of New York, FDNY for 31 years. He is considered to be an industry expert on the incorporation of new technology in the Fire Service. He was an important member of the rebuilding of the FDNY following 9/11 and has been awarded numerous medals for heroic,
Fire-Dex is pleased to announce Courtney Butcher of Ferrara Fire Apparatus as our Sales Representative of the Month. Courtney was hired as a part-time equipment salesman for Central Louisiana in January of 2015. In that short amount of time, even as a part-time salesperson, Courtney has been
Fire-Dex is pleased to announce the promotion of Jackie Dobro to Sales Administrator, effective January 3, 2017. Jackie will be joining the Regional Sales team and will have overall responsibility of sales lead contact & qualification, salesforce.com administration, bid process management, contract
Medina, Ohio - December 5, 2016 - Fire-Dex is pleased to welcome Jamie Marks to the Fire-Dex team as Human Resources Manager.
Volunteer Firefighter Jamie Brock has served his community in his volunteer firefighter role for more than 30 years. On September 28, 2016, he went above and beyond the call of duty. He heard on his pager of an active shooter at a local school, Townville Elementary School. He immediately rushed to
Fire-Dex is pleased to announce the promotion of Nick Lino to a Team Leader Position. In his new role, Nick will be instrumental in planning and assigning work, implementing procedures and company policies, coaching and developing teams, and all other team leader functions. Nick is currently
The Dex-Pro Glove is a 3D design that incorporates innovative design features together with specific materials to form a glove that delivers maximum dexterity, extreme durability and superior protection. Every material chosen for the Dex-Pro glove was done so with these three things in mind.
As the 15th Anniversary of September 11, 2001 approaches, all of us at Fire-Dex pause to remember those that perished protecting and serving others on that fateful day. As do most, we remember exactly where we were and what we were doing when we heard.