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April 25, 2012 -- Portland Fire & Rescue’s (PF&R) Annual Administrative and Support Staff Appreciation Breakfast was held on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at PF&R's Training Center NE Portland. This event honored close to 50 civilian or non-sworn administrative and support staff, each of which are critical to the overall success of the fire bureau.
The PF&R Division Heads, including Fire Chief John Klum, Training & Safety Division Chief Glen Eisner, Fire Marshal Erin Janssens, Emergency Operations Division Chief Duane Bray, Operations Administrative Division Chief Mark Schmidt, Senior Business Operations Manager Jay Guo shopped and cooked breakfast for the administrative and support staff.
The menu consisted of sausage, bacon, eggs, french toast, fruit, yogurt, and granola. Coffee, tea, and juice were also provided. An appreciation certificate, signed by Fire Chief John Klum and Fire Marshal Erin Janssens, was presented to all of the administrative and support staff, thanking them for their faithful service to Portland Fire & Rescue.
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