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Gregory Syroney - Storm Chaser      Hello! My name is Gregory Syroney, and I was born on December 13, 1972, at Scioto Memorial Hospital, in Portsmouth, Ohio, and was raised in Rarden Township, and in a small town in Northwest of Scioto County, called Rarden. I am the youngest son of Shirley Sue (Smith) Syroney, and the late George Beatty Syroney I. I attended Otway Elementary School, in Otway, Ohio, Northwest High School, in McDermott, Ohio, and Scioto County JVS, in Lucasville, Ohio. I graduated from Northwest High School and Scioto County JVS, in 1992.

      I joined the Rarden Volunteer Fire Department, when I was 13 years old as a Junior Firefighter. I was the first person to apply as a Junior Firefighter, and I was the one that started the Junior Firefighter Team. As a Junior Firefighter, I helped wash the vehicles, for parades, and after fire runs, and helped manning the stations Base Radio on calls. After each fire run I helped wash off the fire hoses and placed them on the hose rack to dry, refilled supllies that was needed for the vehicles. And after severe storm I would go out in the Fire Trucks with my dad and check the roads in our Township for down trees. Every time the Siren sounded my dad and I would respond to the station very quickly. We took pride in volunteering for the fire department, and we enjoyed serving and protecting in our community and surrounding commmunity. And after I graduated I became a Full-Time Member with the Rarden Volunteer Fire Department, to help to Protect and Serve for my community and surrounding communities. I left the Rarden Volunteer Fire Department, in 1998 two years after my father passed away in 1996.

      I am a former member of the Sons Of The American Legion, James Dickey Squadron #23, in Portsmouth, Ohio, former firefighter member with Rarden Volunteer Fire Department, in Rarden, Ohio, former member of Our Lady of Lourdes, in Otway, Ohio, and former piano player at the Rarden United Methodist Church, in Rarden, Ohio.

      I am a proud father of two lovely children, my daughter Keri Sue Boehm, and my son Jordan Levi Syroney.

SKYWARN CERTIFIED      I took Storm Spotter Training Classes in 2001 in Adams County and in Scioto County. I took this training cause I enjoy being outside during severe weather conditions. I would always watch the radars on WLWT Channel 5 when I lived in Rarden, Ohio, when storms was moving toward Scioto County.

      Than after I took the Storm Spotter Training, I started to monitor the Radars online from the National Weather Service. I still go by the NWS Radars and their Forecast. One reason I go by their Forecast is because they have Storm Spotters all over the United States that calls in Severe Weather. Sptorm Spotters are the Ground Level Eyes for the National Weather Service. I enjoy keeping my eye on the sky for the NWS.

      I attended Shawnee State University, from 2005 to 2008, I took Web Design Classes, and passed the course with a B+. Why did I take the Web Design Class for? I took it so that I could learn the NEWER Version of the HTML Codes. I taught my self in the late 1990's how to build websites with HTML Codes. And now that I know the NEW HTML Codes I used them on this website and other website.

      When I was little I would always sit outside with my father on the front porch every time we would have a severe thunderstorm. I always enoyed sitting out on the porch with him watching it pour down the rain and to see if the lightning would hit the ground near by. We would always sit outside on folding lawn chairs every time it would storm.

      On March 1, 1997, Scioto County got ten inches of rain fall within a 12 hour period. All the roads was flooded and it took me over three hours to get home from work that morning. This was the worst storm that I have ever drove through and seen.

      And I got involved in chasing storms, because I love to be outside when it is storms every time. My father was my idol when I was growning up. So I basically followed in his foot steps.

      In 2005, I started designing websites and graphics for WG Web Development, here in Portsmouth, Ohio.

      Late in the night of January 29, 2012, I was up and a friend sent me a link to take the SkyWARN Spotter Training Courses online. So I went to the link and registered with MetED's website so that I could take this online training course. The first part was SkyWARn Spotter Convective Basics, and got a score of 77% out of 100%. Than I took the next part which was Role of the SkyWARN Spotter, and got a score of 74% out of 100%. So my average Score for both Online Test was 76%. And you have to get 70% or higher to pass the Test. Than after I got finished, I Submitted my information so that they could send my information to the National Weather Service, so that I will get credit for my Spotter Training. And I have total of three Certificates on which I received from MetED.

      On March 13, 2012, the DeFOREST AMATEUR RADIO CLUB in West Union, Ohio, hosted a Basic Storm Spotter Training Class. This class was taught by Mary Jo Parker, from the National Weather Service Office out of Wilmington, Ohio. So I went to take this Training Class again, since I haven't been to one since February of 2001. I really enjoy taking this Training Class that is offered by the National Weather Serivce.

      I joined the Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, on March 17, 2012, in Portsmouth, Ohio., and also in 2013, I joined the Hiawatha Encampment No. 70, in Martinsville, Ohio.

      I joined the Star/Orphans Hope Lodge No. 182, IOOF, on August 8, 2014, in Martinsville, Ohio., as an Associate Member.

      I transferred my Membership from the Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, to Star/Orphans Hope Lodge No. 182, IOOF, on September 15, 2016.

      My Home Recordings of me playing the keyboard that you can Download to your computer: (Right Click on MP3 Links Below and Save to your Computer.)

MP3 Files:
     • Gregory Syroney - Keyboard Gospel Music - 01 - Where Could I Go - 1.31MB MP3 Music Format
     • Gregory Syroney - Keyboard Gospel Music - 02 - Wonderful Words Of Life - 2.64MB MP3 Music Format
     • Gregory Syroney - Keyboard Gospel Music - 03 - Open Our Eyes, Lord - 8.32MB MP3 Music Format
     • Gregory Syroney - Keyboard Gospel Music - 04 - Near The Cross - 15.1MB MP3 Music Format
     • Gregory Syroney - Keyboard Gospel Music - 05 - What A Day That Will Be - 7.06MB MP3 Music Format

My YouTube Music Videos













My Training Certificates from the National Weather Service

Certificate of Training - March 20, 2014

My Certificates from the MetED

Role of the SkyWARN Spotter

SkyWARN Spotter Convective Basics

SKYWARN Spotter Training

Rain Gauge: Are They Really Ground Truth?

Radar Signatures for Severe Convective Weather

How Mesoscale Models Work

Unit 1: The Fire Environment

Unit 2: Topographic Influences On Wildland Fire Behavior

Unit 3: Fuels

My Certificates from the Emergency Management Institute

IS-00271 - Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Cummunity Risk
IS-00271
Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Cummunity Risk
Issued this 26th day of June 2002

IS-00288 - Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
IS-00288
Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
Issued this 7th day of July 2002

IS-00001 - Emergency Program Manager An Orientation to the Position
IS-00001
Emergency Program Manager An Orientation to the Position
Issued this 8th day of July 2002
IS-00007 - A Citizen's Guide to Disaster Assistance
IS-00007
A Citizen's Guide to Disaster Assistance
Issued this 10th day of July 2002

Independent Order of Odd Fellows Membership Cards

2012 IOOF - Orient Lodge No. 337 Membership Card
2012
Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, Portsmouth, Ohio.
Membership Card

2013 IOOF - Orient Lodge No. 337 Membership Card
2013
Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, Portsmouth, Ohio.
Membership Card

2013 IOOF - Encampment Membership Card
2013
Hiawatha Encampment No. 70, IOOF, Martinsville, Ohio.
Membership Card

I GOT ONE Pin
I received this pin for getting a new
member of the Orinet Lodge No. 337,
Portsmouth, Ohio, on November 20, 2013.

2014 IOOF - Orient Lodge No. 337 Membership Card
2014
Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, Portsmouth, Ohio.
Membership Card

2014 IOOF - Encampment Membership Card
2014
Hiawatha Encampment No. 70, IOOF, MMartinsville, Ohio.
Membership Card

2014 IOOF - Star/Orphans Hope Lodge No. 182 Membership Card
2014
Star/Orphans Hope Lodge No. 182, IOOF, Martinsville, Ohio.
Associate Membership Card

2015 IOOF - Encampment Membership Card
2015
Hiawatha Encampment No. 70, IOOF, Martinsville, Ohio.
Membership Card

2016 - Hiawatha Encampment No. 70 IOOF Membership Card, Martinsville, Ohio
2016
Hiawatha Encampment No. 70, IOOF, Martinsville, Ohio.
Membership Card

2016 - Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, Membership Card
2016
Orient Lodge No. 337, IOOF, Portsmouth, Ohio.
Membership Card

2016-2020- IOOF - Prokop Velky Lodge No 708 - Associate Membership Card
2016-2020
Prokop Velky Lodge No. 708, IOOF, Cleveland, Ohio.
Associate Membership Card

CoCoRaHS Certificates

Bronze Observer Award
CoCoRaHS Bronze Observer Award.
CoCoraHS Station No. OH-SC-4

2013 Recognition Certificate
CoCoRaHS 2013 Recognition Certificate.
CoCoraHS Station No. OH-SC-4

CoCoRaHS 2016 Certificate of Appreciation
CoCoRaHS 2016 Certificate of Appreciation.
CoCoraHS Station No. OH-SC-4

Silver Snowflake Certificate
Silver Snowflake Certificate.
CoCoraHS Station No. OH-SC-4

 
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