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Rescue 101 Search & Rescue, Inc.™
Deputy Chief Green has been with with Rescue 101 Search and Rescue its inception. DC Green has been in the emergency services field for 25 plus years and is certified as a Firefighter II, Emergency Medical Technician, Search and Rescue Tech II, and HazMat Operations, and Juvenile Fire-Setter Intervention Officer. He also serves as an Instructor with the team; he covers areas such as CPR, First Aid, Emergency Oxygen, Hazmat Awareness, and Blood Bourne Pathogens.
David’s hobbies softball, bowling, shooting darts, target shooting, spending time at the lake, and cooking. David is also into NASCAR where he also enjoys working as a race track firefighter. David’s dreams are to one day maybe open a restaurant and cater to diabetics. David is a dog lover and looks forward to owning another boxer some day.
Chief Surritt is the founding member of Rescue 101 Search and Rescue and got his start in SAR in 2005 through the National Parks Service as a member of the USAF serving as a medic in Yellowstone National Park. Chief Surritt has been in the emergency services field since 2002 and is certified as an Emergency Medical Technician, Wilderness EMT, Search and Rescue Tech I, Search Manager, Swift Water Tech, Technical Rope Rescue Level I, HAZMAT Operations Level. He also serves as a level 9 ASHI Instructor with the team and also teaches courses in SAR, Wilderness Survival, Rock Climbing and Repelling, and HAZMAT.
Andrew is a member of Rotary International and Boy Scouts of America. As a member of Rotary he chairs events such as the annual radio telethon for the Highland County Society for Children and Adults, the annual spaghetti dinner, the clubs dictionary and thesaurus project, and the annual festival that the club puts on in downtown Greenfield, Ohio. As a member of the Boy Scouts he has worked as a den leader, assistant cub master, scout master, venturing crew adviser, and merit badge counselor, he also serves as a pack committee member, troop committee member, and is the district committee finance chairman.
Chief Surritt's hobbies include hiking, camping, paddling, target shooting, rappelling, swimming, cooking, and anything that gets him into the outdoors. His dream is to one day retire and volunteer his time with the National Parks Service. In April of 2016 he received Rotary District 6670 "Service Above Self" award for his dedication to serving others.