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MFD graduates new paramedic

Marysville Fire Chief Greg Corn congratulates Tristan Brenner on graduating the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center Paramedic Training Program, Class 39. - Courtesy photo.
Marysville Fire Chief Greg Corn congratulates Tristan Brenner on graduating the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center Paramedic Training Program, Class 39.
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MARYSVILLE — Tristan Brenner is the Marysville Fire District’s most recent graduate of the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center Paramedic Training Program, Class 39.

Brenner spent roughly nine months in the program, whose 2,500-hour program consists of classroom lectures, laboratory work, clinical rotations, and a field internship with the Seattle Fire Department and Medic One Program.

Brenner is the 16th Marysville Fire District paramedic trained by the program since 1995.

Brenner has been with the Marysville Fire District since 2005, and has always wanted to be a paramedic.

“I enjoy helping people, and I love fighting fire, so now I get the best of both worlds by being a firefighter/paramedic,” Brenner said.

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