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616 9th Avenue East
Durand, WI 54736
(715) 672-4463 Home
(715) 279-8010 Cell
Larry joined the Durand Rural/City Fire Department in 1966, was elected Fire Chief a few years later and he presently still serves in that capacity. He has been a certified fire inspector since 1984 and had served as an officer for the Wisconsin State Fire Inspectors Association from 1975 through 1984. He was elected to the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin State Firefighters Association in 1982, elected President in 1984 and still serves in that capacity today. He has also served on the Wisconsin Technical College Committee on training, multiple family dwellings and 2% Dues under five Wisconsin Governors. He currently serves on the Chippewa Valley Technical College Fire Service Board and is presently Chairman of the Wisconsin Fire & EMS Legislation Coalition consisting of all Wisconsin fire services. He also currently serves as an alternate on the National Volunteer Council.
Larry served on the Durand Municipal Ambulance Service from 1971 until 2009 as a Basic EMT and also as it’s Director for approximately 23 years, retiring in 2009.
In the past, he also served his community as a City Councilman for 18 years, 16 of those years as Council President until his retirement. He presently still serves on two committees for the City of Durand. Larry resides in the City of Durand, WI with his wife Joan.
2304 Hunters Ridge Ct
Manitowoc, WI 54220
(262) 945-4920 – Cell
Cumberland Fire District - 2244 8th St
Cumberland, WI 54829
(715) 822-4352 - Home
(715) 822-8107 - Fire Hall
(715) 671-8062 - Cell
Barry has been a member of the Cumberland Fire Department for 30 years, joining in 1981 and has served as their Fire Chief since 2002. In 1997, he was named the American Legion Firefighter of the year. He also has served on the Barron County LEPC since 1990. In 2007, Barry was elected to the WSFA Board of Directors and presently serves as their Secretary/Treasurer. In the summer and in his spare time, he loves to ride his motorcycle and takes many short trips around the area. Barry and his wife, Wanda, reside in Cumberland, WI
W2381 American Heights Ln
Arcadia, WI 54612
(608) 323-3645 - Home
(608) 323-3314 - Fax
(608) 797-3848 - Cell
Jeff Started out his Fire Department career with the Whitehall Fire Department, while he was employed as a Police Officer there in 1988. Jeff joined the Arcadia-Glencoe Fire Department in 1990. He became a State Certified Firefighter II in 1994. In 1996, Jeff switched careers from being a Police Officer, to joining the Family business with his Brother Erik, and his Father Paul. Jeff was a training officer for Arcadia-Glencoe for a number of years, becoming a deputy chief in 2001, later becoming Chief in 2004. He also serves as President of the Trempealeau County Fire Chiefs Association since 2010 and was very instrumental in getting Trempealeau County to becoming Division Status (Division 140) with MABAS. Jeff is also a Member of the Trempealeau County LEPC. In his spare time, he serves as treasurer of the Arcadia Lions Club, and has been a member of the Lions since 1989. Jeff has also volunteered to Coach the High School Boys Basketball team, and has coached middle school also. Jeff along with his Brother Erik, own and operate Halvorsen Lumber Co. LLC since 2007, after purchasing the business from their father. Jeff Resides in Arcadia, WI, with his wife Sara, and there 4 Children..
1009 E Bluff
St Cassville, WI 53806
(608) 725-5588 – Home
(608) 732-4794 – Cell
Ron was elected to the WSFA Board of Directors during the 2011 Convention, replacing a longtime friend from their area, Dallas Millard, who retired. Ron joined the Cassville Fire Department in 2000 and was elected the department secretary in 2001. He is in charge of filing necessary statistical reports and since 2002 has been the grant writer for the department. His work with securing grants has netted the department $326,000. He also serves on the Cassville Harbor Commission. Ron runs a nearly 1,000-acre cash crop farm with his brother and in doing this, relies on knowledge gained while earning a degree in agronomy at the UW-Platteville. Ron and his wife Chantel have 3 children and he’s happy that his election maintains representation on the WSFA for the southwest part of the state.
P.O. Box 622
Montello, WI 53949
(608) 297-7599 Home
(608) 516-7280 Work Cell
13727 W Pineridge Rd
Mishicot, WI 54228
(920) 755-4798 – Home
(920) 793-1361 – Work
(920) 629-8296 – Cell
Tom was elected to the WSFA Board of Directors during the 2013 Convention, replacing longtime Director, Steve Krause. Tom a lifetime resident of Mishicot joined the department there in 1984. He was elected as President of the MFD in 1997 and was elected Lieutenant in 1999, a position which he still holds. Tom is state certified Firefighter 1, Firefighter 2, and state certified Driver Operator. He is also a member of the Mishicot Area Ambulance Service, joining in 1981 as Driver. Tom continues to be active with the Ambulance Service, maintaining an EMT-B license since 1986. He is also a member of the Manitowoc County EMS Association, where he serves as Treasurer.
Tom and his wife, Myrna, have three grown children. The oldest, Sam, a graduate of UW-Milwaukee, works with Tom at the Chevrolet dealership in Two Rivers, which he and three of his siblings own. His second child, Kenny, a graduate of IUPUI, works for Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports in Indianapolis. His youngest, Elizabeth, a junior at St. Norbert College, is majoring in English.
Tom and Myrna are volunteer Puppy Raisers for Leader Dogs for the Blind, a school for the deaf, blind, and mute founded by the Rochester Lions Club. They are currently raising their sixth dog, Ruby, a pure-bred black Labrador Retriever. They began raising puppies in 2003.
1250 E. King Rd.
Tomahawk, WI 54487
Doug Reimert of Tomahawk, was elected for a three-year term to the board of directors at the 2015 convention, replacing the late Jim Stormer.
Doug began his official fire service adventure in 1987, at the age of 14, when he became a member of the Nokomis Fire Department as a junior firefighter, under the direction and leadership of his father, Bob, and then became a full-fledged member four years later. Doug continued to serve several more years. It was during this time, Doug became a State Certified Firefighter Level 1, and then followed up with the Level 2 certification.
In 1994, Doug accepted a job offer with the Lincoln County Ambulance service as an EMT-B. Doug served with that service until 2000. Doug maintains his EMT license, though much of his ems work comes either through the fire department, or his place of employment.
In 1995, Doug became a member of the Tomahawk Fire Department. Doug serves as the departments recording secretary, and in 2009, attained the rank of Second Lieutenant of the Ladder Company. Doug is a member of the departments Confined Space Rescue Team, Fire Prevention Committee, and is a Hazardous Materials Technician. Doug is also a past member of the departments' Dive Team.
Doug is a 20 year employee at Packaging Corporation of America, in Tomahawk. Doug currently works as a Dock Operator in the Shipping Department. In addition to his regular duties, Doug is also a member of the facilities Emergency Response Team, responding to all Fire, Medical, Confined Space, or Hazardous Material incidents.
Doug is the proud father of a 10-year-old daughter, Natalie.
727 22 1/2 Ave
Cumberland, WI 54829
(715) 822-4337 - Home
(715) 671-8263 - Cell
James (Jim) Hulleman has been a member of the Cumberland Fire District since 1999 and has served as the District Secretary/Treasurer since 2007. Along the way James has become State Certified Firefighter Level 1, has been a local Fire Inspector and was elected to the board of directors at the 2015 convention.
James and his wife, Vicki, an AEMT for Cumberland Health Care, have been longtime residents of the Cumberland area, enjoying the small town atmosphere. Their daughter, Jayna is a graduate of Carthage College in Kenosha and son Ty was tragically killed by a drunken drinker in November 1999 at the young age of 6. After that tragedy, James and Vicki became active with the Barron County Restorative Justice Program, a private non-profit corporation with the mission of establishing dialogue between victims, offenders and their communities for the purpose of healing and restoration. James is currently working as an Engineering Systems Administrator for Quanex Building Products, at the Rice Lake manufacturing location.
P.O. Box 267
Mazomanie, WI 53560
(800) 588-2989 Office
Annette has begun serving the WSFA as Executive Assistant, assisting the Board of Directors as they strive to meet the expectations and demands of the fire service in Wisconsin. She will officially take over those duties following the 2016 convention and looks forward to the challenge.
She grew up in Cross Plains, WI where her father served as a volunteer firefighter for 40 years before retiring. He served as Assistant Chief for a large number of those years and remains an active honorary member of the CPFD. The fire service was and still is a large part of her family.
Annette and her husband Mark reside in Mazomanie where Mark is Assistant Chief of the Mazomanie Fire Department. They have 2 boys; Jacob who is 19 and currently attending UW Platteville and Braeden, who is 6 years old. As a family they enjoy taking their boat out on Lake Mendota, playing sports, and training their Springer Spaniel, Millie.
Wisconsin State Firefighter's Association
P.O. Box 267
Mazomanie, WI 53560