Dustin Hontz Death – Odenton Volunteer Fire Company Firefighter Dustin Hontz of Easton, Maryland has died by suicide. He passed away on Tuesday 14th November 2023 leaving those that knew him devastated. The news was known through a post he made on Facebook that says “This is a wrap for me guys. Please be good to each other and take care. I feel it’s safe to call this life a wash, I never ended up where I was supposed to and made fucked up decisions for god knows why all under the guise that it’s personal growth”.
Dustin Hontz Education
Dustin Hontz attended Meade senior high school where he graduated in 2014 and proceeded to study at University of Maryland Global Campus where he earned a Bachelor’s degree, Public Administration in 2020. His career journey includes a 6-month tenure as a Guest Service Agent at Target, spanning from August 2014 to January 2015. Following this, he served as a Utility Locate Technician at USIC in Baltimore, Maryland, for a concise yet impactful 2-month period from January 2017 to February 2017.
Dustin’s commitment to the healthcare sector was evident in his roles at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center. Beginning as a Patient Safety Companion in April 2015, he dedicated 10 months to this role until January 2016. Subsequently, he was promoted to the position of a Security Officer, where he diligently served for a year and 9 months.
Dustin Hontz Career
His venture into emergency services unfolded with a 1 year and 10 months stint as an Emergency Dispatcher at Anne Arundel County Government, spanning from September 2017 to June 2019. Following this, Dustin assumed the crucial role of an Emergency Medical Technician for a period of 1 year and 3 months, from December 2021 to February 2023. Dustin’s contributions extended to the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems, where he served as an EMS Communications Operator 1 for 9 months, from June 2019 to February 2020.
In this role, he managed requests for medical consultations from field units through the Emergency Medical Resource Center (EMRC) and ensured real-time updates to the County Hospital Alert Tracking System (CHATS). Notably, he advanced to the position of EMS Communications Operator 2 in February 2020. Continuing his impactful journey, Dustin worked at the Howard County Department of Fire & Rescue Services in Columbia, Maryland.
Dustin Hontz’s obituary will be released by the family
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