Casey is a life time resident of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Dealing with addiction in his family since his early teen years. Casey has been a first responder since he was 16 years old and works as a career FireFighter/ EMT for the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.
Kelly grew up in rural area of Minnesota and spent his childhood on the family farm. He joined the Fergus Falls Fire Department in 2001 and later graduated from Alexandria College with a degree in Law Enforcement. Throughout his law enforcement career he worked as a Correctional Officer, Police officer, County Deputy, and a Special
Frank has 30 years of EMS experience, 25 of those years have been in the Baltimore City Fire Department. Upon completing the academy in 1996, Frank went to Medic 15 (which was the busiest medic in the United States at the time) and spent the next 9 years working on the west side of Baltimore
With a healthcare journey beginning in 2012, I advanced from a nurse’s aide to a nurse by 2015. My experience spans medical/surgical, emergency, and psychiatric settings. Joining Harbor of Grace in 2022, this role holds great value to me. Outside of work, I find joy in baking, walks, and cherished family time.
John P. Haglauer, a 55-year-old RN with 28 years of nursing experience and over 30 years in the medical field. He’s excelled in ER, ICU, OR, home health care, and addiction recovery. A proud parent of five and grandparent of six, John’s passion lies in holistic healing and supporting individuals through addiction. His journey showcases
Colonel (Retired) Jon Rickey served in the U.S. Army for 32 years. Jon enlisted in 1983 and was commissioned in the Infantry in 1989 through Officer Candidate School. Jon was the honor graduate of his Infantry Officer Basic Course; completed Airborne, Ranger, other courses; and is Antiterrorism Level IV certified. Jon has led Soldiers and
Sheamus comes from Father Martin’s Ashley where he was a Relapse Counselor specializing in relapse prevention with an emphasis on recovery protection planning. Sheamus brings a foundational approach to recovery, providing solution focused strategies for sobriety. Through his own personal journey in recovery, Sheamus has learned to place emphasis and focus on helping others build
Steve began his fire department career at the Baltimore City Fire Department in 1987. He spent his career as a “truckee” at multiple stations. His career spanned thirty-six years and he retired as a Lieutenant, where he loved mentoring younger firefighters and paramedics. Steve has always been a wellness advocate, which makes him a perfect