Biography of Thomas Nedzbala
Thomas Nedzbala began his career in emergency services in Florence, NJ, in 1980. He moved to Arizona in 1993 where he has held several positions providing dispatch services for police, fire, medical and air medical agencies.
Thomas Nedzbala Poems
Twas The Night Before Christmas - Police
T’was the Night Before Christmas In The Dispatch Center A very touching version of Clement Moore's T'was the Night Before Christmas. A warm tribute to all Dispatchers & Police officers everywhere. T’was the night before Christmas, and all throughout comm.
Hark How The Tones
A touching version of 'Carol of the Bells' by Mykola Leontovych & Peter Wilhousky. A warm tribute to all 911 dispatchers. Hark! how the tones Sweet annoying tones
Its A Firefighters Wonderland
A touching version of 'Winter Wonderland' by Felix Bernard & Richard B. Smith. Fire bells ring, We're awake and listening Rush to the trucks
The Arizona Cardinals - Red Sea
Opposing players join the gridiron in the valley of the sun They feel the tension of the battle that is yet to come. A calm then descends the playing field and the painted desert sky
Up On The Housetop - Police Edition
Up on the Housetop – Police Edition A very touching version of Benjamin Hanby’s Up on the House Top. A warm tribute to all dispatchers & police officers everywhere.
Mom At Christmas
Mom at Christmas I was once asked by a friend “What Does Christmas Mean to Me”
Sleigh Pursuit It was the night before Christmas And on this very calm night
Dispatchers - The Voices Behind The Radi...
Dispatchers - The Voices Behind the Radio I have chosen to be a dispatcher, working hard to save a life It is our job to obtain the information from the chaos and the strife.
The Dispatcher - That Voice In The Night
The Dispatcher - That Voice In The Night It was 18: 00; thus the start of my shift I just wanted to get through it without any rift
It was the night before Christmas
And on this very calm night
Almost fell asleep in my squad car
When the radar unit did light
The speed was over 100
And it was climbing much higher