Jeff Kimble is an On Scene Coordinator (OSC) with EPA in Region 5 and is stationed in Grosse Ile, Michigan.
Jeff started his career as an EPA OSC in 2002 after nine years in the private sector working for various hazardous waste and technical consulting firms. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Geology in 1994 from Mount Union College.
In a career mostly spend in the emergency response realm, Jeff has experience in a varied list of regionally and nationally significant events responding both from the private sector to support operations and as an EPA OSC.
This list includes the 2001 D.C. Anthrax Response, the Shuttle Columbia Recovery effort, several tours of duty after Hurricane Katrina, and most recently as the Incident Commander and FOSC of the Enbridge Line 6b Pipeline Spill in Marshall, Michigan.