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Guest, Paul V Jockimo
Paul V Jockimo is a veteran of over 35 years in the fire service. Formerly with the New York City Fire Department, he currently serves with the Westchester County (NY) Department of Emergency Services. In addition, he is the Coordinator of the Westchester-Putnam Peer Support Team and served as the Chief of the Somers (NY) Fire District. With 28 years of CISM, Peer Support and Line of Duty Death experience, he has had the honor of working with scores of agencies throughout North America. The subject of Bernard Wolf’s ground breaking 1974 book “Don’t Feel Sorry for Paul”, he brings his unique life experience and humor to all he does. He has been profiled in the books “American Firefighter” by Paul Mobley (2017) and “Duty, Honor, . . . Hope: Strategies for Understanding and Unpacking First Responder Grief” by Beth Hewett (2023).