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  Welcome to IAFF Local 67's Website!

 

Welcome to the Columbus Professional Fire Fighter's Website, IAFF Local 67. Local 67 is the exclusive bargaining unit representing the men and women of the Columbus, Ohio Division of Fire from the rank of Fire Fighter through Assistant Chief. Fifteen hundred (1500) strong, our members are dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the citizens of Columbus.


Our Fire Fighters serve the citizens of Columbus with a wide range of services, including but not limited to structural fire fighting, advanced life support paramedic service, technical rescue, hazardous materials response, fire prevention education and inspections, bomb squad and arson investigation.


The Columbus Professional Fire Fighters also has a proud affiliation with the International Association of Fire Fighters and the Ohio Association of Professional Fire Fighters.


All members of Local 67 and their families are aware of the danger that is associated with our profession as Professional Fire Fighters. We accept this responsibility and thank the citizens and guests of the City of Columbus for the opportunity to serve them.


Enjoy this site, and please feel free to contact us with your comments.


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It is with a heavy heart that I announce that Columbus Firefighter Alonzo J. King, Jr. died on Monday, October 20, 2014.

King served the residents of Columbus for 29 years, concluding his service in the Fire Prevention Bureau. As a firefighter for the Community Relations Division, he was a leader in educating the senior citizens of our community on fire prevention and safety.


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2014 Endorsements for the Columbus Fire Fighters Union Local 67


Representatives to U. S. Congress


15th District (Lancaster) Scott Wharton (D)


Ohio


Governor – Ed FitzGerald (D)

Attorney General - David Pepper (D)

Treasurer – Connie Pillich (D)

Sec. of State – Nina Turner (D)

Auditor – John Carney (D)

Supreme Court Judge - John O’Donnell (D)


Court of Appeals (10th District) – Lisa Sadler (R), Mary Jo Kilroy (D), Jennifer Brunner (D)


Senate:

3rd District (Columbus) – Star Johnson (D)

15th District (Circleville)– Charletta Tavares (D)

31st District (Lancaster) – John Carlisle (D)


House of Representatives:

17th District (Grandview) - Mike Curtin (D)

18th District (German Village) - Michael Stinziano (D)

20th District (Groveport) - Heather Bishoff (D)

21st District (Worthington) – Dawn Valasco (D)
22nd District (Clintonville)– David Leland (D)

24th District (Hilliard) – Kathy Hoff (D)

25th District (Clinton Twshp) – Kevin Boyce (D)

26th District (East Columbus) – Hearcel Craig (D)



Franklin County
Commissioner – Marilyn Brown (D)

Auditor – Mike Schadek (D)

Court of Common Pleas: General Division –

Thomas Hayes (D) Christopher Brown (D) David Young (D)


Division of Domestic Relations –

James Brown (D)


OAPFF Endorsements


Ohio House Ohio Senate Ohio Congressional


HD 5 Nick Broborak SD 11 Edna Brown CD 6 Jennifer Garrison


HD 6 Anthony Fossaceca SD 27 George Rusiska CD 9 Marcy Kaptur


HD 7 Matt Patten SD 31 John Carlisle CD 10 Mike Turner


HD 13 Nickie Antonio SD 33 Joe Schiavoni CD 11 Marica Fudge


HD 15 Nicholas Celebrezze CD 13 Tim Ryan


HD 27 Joe Otis
HD 29 Tammy Simendinger


HD 31 Denise Driehaus


HD 33 Alicia Reece


HD 34 Emilia Sykes


HD 35 Greta Johnson


HD 36 Paula Prentiss


HD 39 Fred Strahorn


HD 43 Roland Winburn


HD 45 Teresa Fedor


HD 46 Michael Sheehy


HD 49 Steve Slesnik


HD 56 Dan Ramos


HD 58 Michelle Lepore Hagan HD 79 Darrel Jackson


HD 59 Ron Gerberry HD 87 Jeff Lehart


HD 60 John Rogers HD 94 Debbie Phillips


HD 63 Sean O'Brien


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Line Of Duty Death's

On this day in Columbus Fire history- September 27, 1944. Columbus Fire Captain Charles H. Eckstorm died in the line of duty. He was in charge of the emergency squad and they were responding to a possible heart attack, Captain Eckstorm was in the passenger side of the squad when it was struck by a car at the intersection of South Third st and East Livingston av. Three civilians in the car that hit them also died. The accident sparked a debate on whether emergency squads should even use sirens while responding to calls. Captain Eckstorm served the people of Columbus for 21 years, Rest in Peace Captain. Information; courtesy of Chris Klein


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