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IAFF Local 1159

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Professional Firefighters of Clackamas County

International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) - Local 1159

The Professional Firefighters Association of Clackamas County is an International Association of Fire Fighters AFL-CIO affiliate Local. Local 1159 represents over 335 firefighters and paramedics from Canby Fire District #62, Clackamas Fire District #1, Estacada Fire District #69, Gladstone Fire Department, Lake Oswego Fire Department, Molalla Fire District #73 and Sandy Fire District #72. Our mission is to ensure that all members are treated fairly and equally focusing on wages, hours, working conditions, retirement securities and safety. It is our goal to improve the standard of living for our members, families and communities we serve.

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Clackamas County Professional Firefighters Local 1159

Local 1159 firefighters from @lakeoswegofire and @clackamasfire are attending @womeninfire conference this week in Orlando, FL. Women in Fire is a non-profit network that provides education, support and advocacy for fire service women. The conference is held every two years and brings together hundreds of both women and men to share experiences, challenges and insights in an educational setting.

#womeninfire #iaff1159 #iaff9thdistrict @orfirefighters @iaff_9th @iaffofficial @cityoflakeoswego @mayorjoebuck
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Local 1159 firefighters from @lakeoswegofire and @clackamasfire are attending @womeninfire conference this week in Orlando, FL. Women in Fire is a non-profit network that provides education, support and advocacy for fire service women. The conference is held every two years and brings together hundreds of both women and men to share experiences, challenges and insights in an educational setting. 

#womeninfire #iaff1159 #iaff9thdistrict  @orfirefighters @iaff_9th @iaffofficial @cityoflakeoswego @mayorjoebuck

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Thank you for your service

Very cool ! Thank you for your service !

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Goodluck molalla firefighters!

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Congratulations to you both! God bless your baby and your family

Congratulations 🎊, saw you on the Ch 2 NEWS!!!

Congratulations 🎉🎉 to you both and the little one.🌹

Timeline photosWe’d like to introduce you to Apparatus Operator Kirk Stempel, who is joining Clackamas Fire from Gladstone Fire. He began his fire service career in Black Diamond, WA in 1985 and fell in love with it.

After relocating to Oregon in the 90s, Kirk joined Gresham Fire as a volunteer. He was hired on by Gladstone Fire in 2005 and made his way through the ranks. Throughout much of his time with Gladstone, he was heavily involved in their technical rescue, rope, dive, and water rescue programs. After 17 years with Gladstone and through the contract for service with The City of Gladstone, Kirk is now a part of the Clackamas Fire family.

When he’s not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family and outdoor activities. He splits his time between Gladstone and Sunriver, and enjoys skiing, scuba diving, rock climbing, and mountain biking.

We’re grateful to have him as our newest family member. Welcome aboard, Kirk!
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Congratulations Kirk! Thank you for your commitment to serving our communities ❤️👍👍 God bless

We love our HazMat nerds, where would we be without them? #iaff1159

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We love our HazMat nerds, where would we be without them? #iaff1159 

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Thank you firefighters for having hazardous materials response team. Living near a company who uses hazardous materials has come handy over the years. Support our firefighters!!!

Craig O'Meara