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Three Firefighters Sworn In

Glick, Longanbach, and Shilling sworn in

Post Date:01/28/2019 10:00 AM

Three new firefighters were sworn in this morning at a ceremony held in Council Chambers at the Findlay Municipal Building. Casey Glick, Seth Longanbach, and Geoff Shilling took their Oaths of Office joining the ranks of the Findlay Fire Department.

Casey Glick is an Arlington High School graduate and earned a 4.0 in Automotive Technology from Millstream Career Center. He previously worked in the water distribution field for the City of Findlay and the Village of Arlington. Most recently he worked for Hancock County solid waste district as an equipment operator. He holds a State of Ohio Firefighter II certificate and has attended various fire/rescue training classes. Glick currently resides in Arlington.

Seth Longanbach is a Van Buren High School and Owens Community College graduate and has been involved in Public Safety for approximately nine years. He has been a member of the Allen Township fire department since 2010 and a McComb EMS Paramedic since 2015. Seth was a full-time firefighter/Paramedic with the city of Tiffin, Ohio, for two years prior to being hired at the Findlay Fire Department.

Geoff Shilling is a Cory-Rawson High School graduate and is a member of the Rawson Volunteer Fire Department. Shilling graduated from DeVry Institute of Technology with a BS in Computer Information Systems, and most recently was employed in the Information Technology sector. He has been a member of the Naval Reserves since 2012, and currently resides in Rawson.

All three probationary firefighters will work at the Findlay Fire Department for four weeks until they report to the Ohio Fire Academy in Reynoldsburg, Ohio on February 26. They will complete the 10-week basic fire training curriculum which will result in certificates for Firefighter II, Hazmat Operations, and Apparatus Driver/Operator.

Pictured above are Fire Chief Josh Eberle, Casey Glick, Geoff Shilling, Seth Longanbach, and Interim Mayor Ron Monday