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Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

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ASMI Instructors, locations and profiles

Michael is a MSF Rider Coach with the Harley Davidson Riding Academy Coach & is the Southern Nevada Outreach Coordinator for the Nevada Rider Program. Michael says, “I began riding minibikes (the old lawn mower engine type) in 1967”. Some of the motorcycle and athletic/group activities he has been involved in include: former Lead Instructor...
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Dan has been riding motorcycles since 2011. From 2007 to 2018, he was a full-time career Firefighter/EMT-B, applying that knowledge to help other motorcyclists stay safe. Dan utilizes his YouTube channel, DanDanTheFireman, to spread motorcycle safety messages even further! Since retiring as a Firefighter/EMT-B, Dan said: “I have dedicated myself to saving motorcyclists lives.” Dan...
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Jeff is a retired Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon. He is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, class of 1982.  After his residency, he moved to Ashtabula, Ohio, where he practiced general Orthopedics from 1987 until 2011.  During that time, he was a team physician for the local high school for 25 years,...
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Steve Marshall fell in love with motorcycles at the age of 13 but didn’t start actively riding until 2007, when he passed his MSF test in a driving rainstorm with his eldest daughter, Caitlin. His love of safety began in high school with a first aid class, and he began teaching for American Red Cross...
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Bill Johnson started his career in 1996 as a volunteer firefighter. By 1999, he became certified as an EMT-B. Bill is also a certified CPR instructor (Id # 04180671936). He worked as a supervisor of an ambulance company for over 10 years. Bill says, “I have been riding motorcycles since I was age 5”! Due...
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Mona is a “professional nerd” with a passion for motorcycling.  She has been riding for over 30 years. She has been Road Captain in various motorcycle clubs and is currently Road Captain and President of Steel Sisters WMC. She is an advocate for helping women succeed in learning to ride, gaining comfort in the saddle, and...
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Lee is the Chief Emergency Medicine PA and EMS Liaison for the Mt. Ascutney Hospital, Emergency Department, Windsor, VT.  Additionally, he is the Past President of the Society of Emergency Medicine PA’s  and is employed by Emergency Services of New England, staffing ED’s in Critical Access Hospitals in the Windsor, VT area. He is a...
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Kim has been a Registered Nurse for 2 years, but was a Licensed Vocation Nurse for 27 years.  She has worked for Medical City of McKinney and has been in Women’s Services for her entire career. Kim has only been riding for about 6 years. First, on the back seat of a bike but she...
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