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Michael Joseph Peters

Michael Joseph Peters, American paramedic instructor. National registered paramedic; licensed paramedic, Missouri; certified paramedic instructor, coordinator, examiner, Missouri; certified vocational instructor, Missouri. Recipient Red Stethoscope Lifesaving award Metropolitan Ambulance Services Trust, Kansas City, Missouri, 1993.


Peters, Michael Joseph was born on January 19, 1965 in Decatur, Illinois, United States. Son of Keith Edward and Josephine Peters.


Bachelor of Science in Personnel Administration, Quincy (Illinois) College, 1987.


Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician Boone County Fire Protection District, Columbia, Missouri, 1987-1990. Fire captain, training officer South Metropolitan Fire Protection District, Raymore, 1990-1992. Paramedic, team leader Medevac Emergency Medical Services, Kansas City, Kansas, 1992-1993.

Director Express Mail Service education Epidemiology/MAST Ambulance, Missouri, 1993-1996. Paramedic instructor Metropolitan Community Colleges, since 1996. Adjunct member paramedic faculty Metropolitan Community Colleges, 1992-1996.

Part-time education coordinator The Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, since 1999. Part-time paramedic University Mos. Hospitals and Clinics, Emergency Medical Services, Columbia, since 1999.

Lecturer, presenter in field.


Instructor American Council of Learned Societies, Basic Cardiac Life Support, Pouch Attachment Ladder System American Heart Association, Topeka, Kansas. Member Troop 11 committee Boy Scouts American, Belton, Missouri, 1995-1999, summer camp scoutmaster, 1997, merit badge counselor, since 1995. Volunteer firefighter, paramedic Belton Emergency Services Department, 1998-2000.

Member Missouri Emergency Medical Services Association, Firefighters' Association of Missouri.


  • Other Interests

    Fly fishing, fly tying, collecting fire service insignia, camping, canoeing.


Married Belinda Gay Klein, April 5, 1997. Children: Ryan Klein, Jessica Klein.