Sunday, April 3, 2011

A Few Blurbs For "Fire Men: Stories From Three Generations of a Firefighting Family."

Just a few blurbs for the book..... From the first page, Ryman hits the nail on the head. He provides a riveting look at the fire service as whole and the evolution of the business over the last two decades. Every fire fighter should read this. Old ones to reminisce, young ones to appreciate where we came from.

Fred Bales, CFPS
Pennsylvania State Fire Instructor Past Chief, Greenfield Fire Company

This guy caught a lot of fire. "Fire Men" is a must-read around the firehouse or your house. Gary Ryman is a master storeyteller.

Tiger Schmittendorf Chief

I absolutely loved this book! It's full of adventure and suspense and family and friends and wrapping it all up with a great big bow is the complete dedication these firefighters have. They truly are a breed apart and this book gives us a look into their extordinary lives. What a teriffic read!

Hildy Morgan Executive Director, Wyoming County Cultural Center at the Dietrich Theater

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