Brian is a resident of Stanwood Wa. where he retired from professional fire and EMS service after over 36 years. He lives with his wife, his Corgi and a garage full of CPR dummies.
Brian spent 6 years working for Shepard Ambulance combing the streets of Seattle for sick and injured people in the 80s. He spent 30 years with Eastside Fire and Rescue as a career firefighter. With the fire department, Brian was a Lieutenant, EMS instructor, HazMat Tech, Driver/Operator, Safety Officer, Public Educator, Juvenile Firesetter Interventionist, Fire Inspector, and of course CPR and First Aid instructor.
Brian began teaching CPR, First Aid, and EMS in the mid-90s, where he had the opportunity to assist Physio-Control with AED user studies, and also with the University of Washington, studying how people best learn CPR.
He now spends his time fully dedicated to spreading the word that High-Performance CPR saves lives, and a well-prepared citizen.