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Jeff Jaques

Fire Chief/AEMT

Chief Jaques entered the Fire Service in 1978, during his senior year of high school. At that time, he volunteered with what was King County Fire District 46. He obtained his EMT certification in 1981. In 1983 he moved to Graham and joined Pierce County Fire District 23, now Graham Fire and Rescue, as a volunteer at the Kapowsin station. In 1985 he was promoted to the position of captain. He served in this capacity until relocating to Packwood in 1995, where he joined the Packwood Fire Department. In 1996 he was offered and accepted the position of volunteer Fire Chief at Lewis County Fire District 14, dba Randle Fire & EMS. In 2000 the Fire Chief position was made a full-time paid position, to keep up with reporting, training, and compliance with increasing regulations. Chief Jaques has been a member of the Lewis County Fire Chief’s Association since 1998, where he served as president from 2001-2008    . He has served on numerous other Fire and EMS committees, including chairing the first Fire Chief’s Communications Committee. He also represented Lewis County as the Chief’s Association’s representative to the regional Fire Mobilization Committee. During his years in the fire service Chief Jaques has attended a variety of training in firefighting, Emergency Medical Services, and leadership.

He has been married to his wife Coni since 1989 and has a daughter and granddaughter, who have supported him throughout his Fire & EMS career.

Jeff Jaques
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