Meet Your Neighbor: Brady Brown

Posted 7/31/20

Peoria Fire-Medical Department's newest engineer, Brady Brown, has been with the Peoria Fire for a little over four years. He obtained his paramedic certification in 2018.

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Meet Your Neighbor: Brady Brown


Name: Brady Brown

Town/Neighborhood: Wickenburg

What I’m excited about & why: Moving up through the ranks with the Peoria Fire Medical Department and the possibilities it brings to myself and my family.

Changes I’d like to see in this area: Changes I would love to see in Peoria would be revitalization and clean up of some areas along the Highway 60 corridor.

When & why I moved here: I moved to the area to secure a position with the Peoria Fire Medical Department.

Where I lived before & why I left: I came from the Prescott Valley area and I left to better my job situation.

My family: Married to my wife Sarah.

What I do: I am a Fire Engineer.

What I like most about what I do: I love the diversity of day to day job duties.

If I had picked a different occupation, it might have been: I would have loved to work for the railroad if a fire department career would not have panned out.

My interests and hobbies: I like to work on various projects including car restorations and home renovations.

The best and/or worst time in my life: Best time of my life has been being a father and grandfather to my kids.

The trait(s) I admire in others: I admire people who love and respect America!

People who inspired me (and how): Capt. Mario Bravo has been a huge inspiration in my aspirations to better my life and career!!

My guiding philosophy: Faithless is he who quits when the road darkens.

My advice to today’s youth: Best advice I could give is to do you part as an American and do not live an idle life!