Robert P. Breese
Robert is one of the most decorated and respected EMS professionals in Western New York. Mr. Breese has served in various leadership capacities within the EMS realm. Bob is a New York State Certified Instructor Coordinator, Certified Flight Paramedic, Critical Care Paramedic and serves as adjunct faculty to the accredited Monroe Community College Paramedic Program. Mr. Breese has mentored countless EMS providers from their infancy in the field to their respected positions. Bob is famous for his knowledge of pharmacology and has been published in several trade magazines on the topic. In 2010 Mr. Breese was the recipient of the ALS Provider of the Year from the STEP Council of Monroe-Livingston Region.
Alan R. Bubel
A 16-year veteran of the fire service, is a career Assistant Chief with a fire department in Monroe County, currently assigned to the line division. He is a member of his departments Domestic Preparedness Team and has been involved in the development of a Weapons of Mass Destruction- Awareness and Response training program for emergency responders and hospital personnel. Battalion Chief Bubel holds an Associatesí Degree in Fire Protection Technology, is a New York State certified EMT, and is a nationally certified Fire Service Instructor I.
Mark arrives to ISRS through his affiliation with Monroe Ambulance. Mark has always been respected by his subordinates and peers for his skillful way of teaching and proficiency in pre-hospital medicine. Mark is adjunct faculty at Finger Lakes Community College where he brings his expertise to the classroom. With all his responsibilities, Marks still finds time to co-chair the local Regional EMS Advisory Council and serve on the Monroe-Livingston EMS Council. Mark is married and is the father of two sons.