Indiana Fire Instructors Form State Association

Issue 2 and Volume 111.

Indiana Fire Instructors Form State Association The Indiana Certified Fire Instructors Association was formed on January 10 following completion of the first annual fire instructors training course at Purdue University. Certification by Purdue is a requirement for membership in the new state-wide organization. Its primary purpose is to provide for exchange of ideas among training instructors in the various fire departments throughout the state. Officers elected are Ralph L. Ellenwood, chief instructor, Fort Wayne, president; Herbert L. Dwyer, chief instructor, Indianapolis, first vice president; Captain Richard Templin, instructor, Muncie, second vice president; Chief Peter Kuipers, Lafayette, treasurer; Charles L. Roblee, Public Safety Institute, Purdue, secretary; and Robert F. Hamm, Indiana Rating Bureau, chaplain.

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