has over 37 years of experience in the fire service and currently
serves as Chief of Department in Northville Township, Michigan. Previously he
served nearly 25 years as the Fire Chief of Farmington Hills, Michigan, a 125
member organization serving a population of 85,000.
Marinucci is a Past President of the International Association of Fire Chiefs
and served as Acting Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Fire Administration
while serving as Senior Advisor to the Federal Emergency Management Agency
has lectured across the United States
and in Canada, Japan, and Europe.
He currently is on the faculty for Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute National
Fire Service Staff and Command course and Eastern Michigan University School of
Staff and Command.
Marinucci has authored the Fire Chief’s Guide to Administration and Management
and is a regular columnist for Fire Engineering and Fire Apparatus magazines.
He is the editor of the 7th Edition of the Fire Chief Handbook
scheduled for release in the Spring of 2015.
was the national program manager for the Everyone Goes Home program of the
National Fallen Firefighters Foundation from 2008 - 2011. He currently serves
as the Executive Director of the Fire Department Safety Officers Association.
Marinucci served as Chairman of the first Commission of Professional
Credentialing and was one of the first 15 Chief Fire Officers to be designated
in 2000.He was awarded the Ronny Jack
Coleman Leadership Legacy Award from the Center for Public Safety Excellence in
has earned a Master of Science degree from Eastern Michigan University and Bachelor
of Science degrees from Western Michigan University, Madonna University, and
the University of Cincinnati.
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is a 38 year member of the fire & emergency service. He progressed through the ranks in various emergency service leadership positions. Tony is the recently retired Director of the Burlington Township NJ Fire Dept. Previously he was Fire Chief in Warrensburg MO. He is also an active paramedic in Pennsylvania. He led a workgroup of Fire & EMS personnel in NJ to develop a collaborative Emergency Incident Rehabilitation guideline for NJ. He is active in many local, state and national organizations. Tony is an instructor in various emergency services areas. He has completed the Executive Fire Officer Program through the National Fire Academy and is a Certified Public Manager from the American Academy of Certified Public Managers.
- I-81 Corridor Coalition Annual Meeting, Roanoke, VA – March 23, 2015
- CFSI, Washington DC - April 15
- FDIC, Indianapolis, IN – April 23 – 25, 2015
- SC Fire-Rescue, Myrtle Beach, SC – June 10, 2015
- NFPA Conference, Chicago, IL – June 22 – 24, 2015
- MI Regional Alliance for Firefighting Training, Petoskey, MI – July 15-17, 2015
- Firehouse Expo, Baltimore, MD – July 14 – 18, 2015