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From: Welle, Richard

Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2010 3:43 PM


To: McCracken, Dennis
Subject: FOI request SALF

We have virtually no files or e-mails that we could find regarding the Save-A-Life Foundation activities as they pertain to
the city. I was able to get the following information from Anderson Hospital’s EMS system records:

Instructors:
Capt. James Anderson (retired)
Derek Huber
Lt. Mike Picchioldi
Capt. Tom Dannenberg
Capt. Ron Schrage (retired)
Lt. Rodney Hall
Mark Mayfield
Matt Sinnokrak
Andy Lalor

Of those instructors only the following personnel actually taught or assisted with a SALF class:

Capt. Dannenberg – assisted with two half-hour classes on April 25, 2007
Matt Sinnokrak – taught seven half-hour classes on December 12, 2007
Andy Lalor – assisted with 10 half-hour classes on November 29, 2007

None of the instructors received any kind of stipend or salary from SALF from what I can determine. Sinnokrak and Lalor
both did the instruction during their off-duty time. Capt. Dannenberg was the day captain at the time, so the one hour of
class that he assisted with would have cost the city $27.84. The instructors used only those teaching materials provided
by the SALF, and stayed on the SALF teaching notes.

The Department has not affiliated in any way with SALF since the end of 2007. I trust that fulfills the Fire Department’s
requirements for full disclosure.

Chief Rick Welle


Edwardsville Fire Department
410 N. Main St.
Edwardsville, IL 62025

618-692-7541 (Office)
618-692-7567 (Fax)

From: Welle, Richard


Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 6:17 PM
To: Woodard, Joan
Subject: RE: FW: FOI request SALF

Capt. Dannenberg’s five half-hour classes were at St. Boniface (Edwardsville) with a total of 119 students (22
students in each of the first four classes, and 31 students in the last class).

FF Sinnokrak’s six classes were at the Glen Carbon Grade School with a total of 133 students (two classes with
21 students, one with 22 students and three with 23 students).

FF Lalor’s ten classes were in Troy (five classes each at Hemming Grade School and Freeman Grade School)
with a total of 287 students (47, 25, 23, 48,and 25 at Hemming and 24, 25, 21, 24, and 25 at Freeeman).

In total there were 539 students in the classes that our instructors either taught or assisted.

I have not been able to obtain any other information regarding this matter.

Chief Rick Welle


Edwardsville Fire Department
410 N. Main St.
Edwardsville, IL 62025

618-692-7541 (Office)
618-692-7567 (Fax)