Richard Egan,
Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, Office of Suicide Prevention

Richard Egan is the Southern Nevada Suicide Prevention Training and Outreach Facilitator for Department of Health and Human Services. He brings to his position experience in administered leadership, supervision, and suicide prevention. Over 26 years in US Air Force Munitions Systems Technology Career field, AMMO. Thirty-three years’ experience and certified in facilitating training objectives. Twenty-three years’ experience preventing suicides utilizing awareness, prevention and intervention certifications. Two years’ experience facilitating training objectives to the public for Clark County Department of Family Services. Richard Egan was born Oct 15, 1965 on Travis AFB, California and graduated from Oak Ridge High School in Eldorado Hills, California in 1984. He enlisted in the Air Force and reported to Lackland AFB, TX for basic military training in July 1986. Mr. Egan retired from the United States Air Force on 1 August 2012. Sergeant Egan was reassigned to Las Vegas Nevada in August of 1998 where he and his children (daughters) Kymberlie (and First Grand Daughter Ry), Emaleigh, Ciara, Alyssa, and (son) Joseph reside.

Richard Egan has directly supported or deployed in support of operations DESERT SHIELD/STORM, OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM, CORAL RELIEF, and NOBLE EAGLE.