Pete Rinaldi

Pete Rinaldi

Chief of Crash Fire Rescue at The Thermal Club

I started in photography at the age of 8. Had my own darkroom at home.

I started playing competitive tennis at the age of 10, I hold one state wide championship (1978), and 3 national championships (2012, 2013, 2014) I became an emergency medical medic in 1978 and worked a combined total(volunteer/paid) of 42 years in the fire service, in New York.

I retired and moved to California in 2016 and started working at The Thermal Club in 2019.

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Current Role Within Your Company

Chief of crash Fire Rescue

In a Nutshell

I work to maintain safety in all areas of the facility and, respond to all emergencies anywhere on the grounds. When not responding to emergencies I work to make sure members and guests have everything they need.

Why I Got Into a Career in Motorsports

The need for safety and the need for quick medical intervention when needed.

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