Manchester Fire Department welcomes dispatcher, 3 firefighters

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Three new firefighters and a dispatcher join Manchester Fire Department. Photo/ Jeffrey Hastings

MANCHESTER, NH — Three firefighters and a new fire dispatcher were sworn in at Manchester Fire Department headquarters on Dec. 21.

MFD Dispatcher Ryan Boudreau, a volunteer firefighter in Auburn, who left a position in IT for Comcast to work for Manchester Fire Department. He also works at FedEx. He and his wife Courtney have two children, Braxxton and Maci. He serves as a coach for football, baseball and basketball, and enjoys playing flag football, and volunteering.
Firefighter Jason Heiman comes to Manchester from Pease Fire and Emergency Services where he worked for about two years. Heiman received his firefighting training and certification through the Air Force.  He has served as an Air Force Reservist since 2014. His hobbies include snowboarding, playing hockey, wakeboarding and going to the gym.
Firefighter Joey Boucher previously worked for Goffstown Fire Department for eight years.
Boucher got his firefighter Training through the New Hampshire Fire Academy. He and his wife, Jenn,  have two daughters, Tea and Emma, and they enjoy hiking together.
Firefighter Andrew Brenner spent the past six years with the Durham Fire Department. He received a bachelor’s Degree from UNH in environmental economics.  He received his firefighter training from the NH Fire Academy while he was attending college serving as a call member of the Lee and New Boston Fire Departments.
 He enjoys woodworking, fishing and skiing.