Do you know someone who is a firefighter or emergency responder, is married to, is the parent of, a friend of or a survivor of one? Are you interested in the fire service industry and want to learn more about what makes it tick? Do you like books about real people and their life experiences?
Then consider Pass It On: What we know…what we want you to know. Deputy Chief Billy Goldfeder, a 40-year fire service veteran, assembled this collection of real life stories, advice and reflections from some of the most respected individuals in the field. Each contributor offers valuable insights through personal experiences and brutal honesty. There’s also a chapter from the late Deputy U.S. Fire Administrator Chief Glenn A. Gaines.
The stories that make up this unprecedented collection share many perspectives of the emergency service experience and offer invaluable, often hard-won, lessons learned. It is a must-read for anyone with a connection to, or an interest in, the American fire service.
Goldfeder is donating 100 percent of the royalties equally to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the Chief Ray Downey Scholarship. Every contributor fully supported the benevolent mission of this book when they agreed to submit a passage.