David Siegel

David Siegel has been with the Green Bay (Wisconsin) Metro Fire Department since 1997. He is a lieutenant at Station 5 on East Mason Street, a paramedic and the science officer for the hazardous materials team. Previously, he worked as a biochemist after earning BS and MS degrees in that field from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2012, he earned a BS in Fire Science and Engineering Technology from the University of Cincinnati. Researching and writing the book Forces of Change, Events That Led To The Development Of The Green Bay Fire Department, 1841-1895 (released 2016) combined a passion for that fire department, a life-long love of history and an inner-drive to know more.

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Craft talk: Writing a local history book

with David Siegel

Brown County Library - Downtown (Board Room - Second Floor)

April 29, 12:30 PM – 1:15 PM

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Track: Writing Craft

Behind the Book: History of the Green Bay Fire Department - discussion and reading by David Siegel

with David Siegel

St. Brendan's Inn - Waterford Room

April 30, 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM

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Track: Readers

Pop up reading with David Siegel

with David Siegel

Broadway Center (Old Fort Square)

April 29, 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM

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Track: Readers