CASPER, Wyo. — Two members of Casper Fire-EMS’s crew will move into new roles this month after their promotions.
Andrew Sundell has been promoted to training captain. He’s a 10-year veteran of Casper Fire-EMS and holds a Bachelor of Science in zoology and human physiology from the University of Wyoming. He also holds Associate of Applied Science degrees in paramedic technology and fire science from Casper College.
Sundell has served Casper Fire-EMS as a platoon EMS coordinator, CPR/ACLS/PALS instructor, hazardous materials technician and public information officer, a news release states.
“He has proven incredibly active in all aspects of the department, providing service and insight on countless committees and task forces,” the release states.
Sundell is charged with oversight and facilitation of department-wide training and professional standards. His duties will officially begin Jan. 23.
Thomas Rohrbach was promoted to engineer. He’s an 11-year veteran of Casper Fire-EMS, holding an Associate of Applied Science degree in fire science from Casper College.
Rohrbach has also served as EMT-intermediate and hazardous materials technician.
“His tenured experience and proven mentorship to new and developing members has proven invaluable,” the release states.
Rohrbach will be assigned to “A” Platoon, Station 1, with his duties set to begin Jan. 23.
Fire Chief Jacob Black congratulated both crew members, expressing confidence that both will continue to help the organization succeed.