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Sean Moriarty

Sean Moriarty


After leaving the Marines, he was hired in 1994 to work for the St. Paul, Minn., fire department. Working up through the ranks, Moriarty was promoted from the rescue squad to the training division, where he successfully trained over 100 recruits and implemented the departments 24-hour training and safety officer program. He was later promoted to captain and finally to district fire chief. Unfortunately, health issues led to early retirement in 2015 with just over 22 years of experience in the fire service. The transition from public service to civilian life was difficult for him. He has struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since leaving the Gulf Region. I have been to the bottom where I have felt helpless and alone. I truly know firsthand the fight you are in. I will be there by your side through the tough fight. We can do it together and make each other stronger. Moriarty started Hot Wash Peer Recovery Services after watching close friends affected and families torn up by PTSD without an effective outlet. He understands and values the sacrifices that first responders make daily. The trauma that is experienced on a 24-hour shift can be debilitating. We want Hot Wash to become a trustworthy source of relief. I will do everything possible to make this happen. he states. Moriarty enjoys spending time with his wife, Nicole, and two teenage daughters, Riley and Chloe, along with many friends and family. He loves hanging out at the lake, boating, fishing, motorcycling and taking long road trips. Sean is a member of the Combat Veteran Motorcycle Association (CVMA) 48-1 and recently joined the Wounded Warriors Hockey Program. He loves following the Minnesota Wild.

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