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Doug Klink

Position, Locomotive Division

General Motors Corp.

HQ Phone: (313) 556-5000

General Motors Corp.

300 Renaissance Center

Detroit, Michigan 48265

United States

Company Description

General Motors Corporation (GM) is engaged in the worldwide development, production and marketing of cars, trucks and parts. The Company develops, manufactures and markets vehicles worldwide through its four automotive regions: GM North America (GMNA), GM ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Pension

Board Member
Estes Valley Fire Protection District

Member
SPAAMFAA

Founder
Reliance Fire Museum

Education

BS
Electrical Engineering
University of Wisconsin

Web References (93 Total References)


Doug Klink has announced ...

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Doug Klink has announced he is a candidate for Director in the upcoming Estes Valley Fire Protection District Election.

A volunteer firefighter since 1979, Klink has served on five different departments in Virginia, Wisconsin, MIssouri, and Colorado. He joined the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department in 2002 immediately after moving to Estes Park with his wife Cheryl and their two children from Parkville, Missouri. Klink's experience in a variety of fire departments gives him a unique understanding of the operation of volunteer departments. He has an in depth understanding of the importance of recruiting and retaining good volunteers, as well as working with the business community to encourage businesses to allow their employees to take time to serve the community when needed.
Klink has a deep background in business operations and finance, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a BS in Electrical Engineering. After working for General Motors Locomotive Division after college, Klink founded and operated TSM Inc., a railroad electronics firm located in Kansas City, Missouri. "Our company grew from three employees to more than 130 employees in ten years," said Klink. "I learned first hand the importance of fiscal responsibility, and how critical it is to develop creative solutions to motivate your team to meet the daily challenges of operating a business."
After selling TSM to Rockwell International and serving as a Rockwell Division Vice President, Doug left the corporate world to focus on his passion of restoring antique fire engines. He currently operates KVR LLC, an antique fire engine restoration facility located at 460 Elm Road in Estes Park, as well as the Reliance Fire Museum at the same address. Fire engines from the 1900s to the 1960s are restored to standards that allowed one of the engines to help fight the Park Theater Mall Fire in October of 2009.
Since joining the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department in 2002, Klink has served as the department's elected Engineering Officer, responsible for training the operators of the department's pumpers and ladder truck. He also served on the committee to purchase the department's newest pumper, providing valuable technical knowledge balanced with fiscal restraint.
Klink believes the Estes Valley Fire District faces significant challenges over the next several years. "I'm concerned that the current direction of the board is headed towards a tax increase request in 2014 due to unrealistic expectations of the service levels that Estes Valley residents expect and are willing to pay for," said Klink.
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"Mark has a wealth of experience in the fire department and our community, and would be a strong addition to the board," said Klink.
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For more information, visit Klink's campaign website at www.dougklink.info or contact him by phone at 970-577-1953 in the evenings.


Doug Klink, Mark Igel announce ...

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Doug Klink, Mark Igel announce run for Estes Valley Fire District board

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Nominated are the following candidates: Jack Rumley, Bob Cheney, Mark Igel, Douglas Klink and Walter (Bud) Duryea.
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Doug Klink Doug Klink has announced he is a candidate for director in the upcoming Estes Valley
Doug Klink
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A volunteer firefighter since 1979, Klink has served on five different departments, in Virginia, Wisconsin, MIssouri and Colorado. He joined the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department in 2002, immediately after moving from Parkville, Mo., to Estes Park with his wife, Cheryl, and their two children. Klink's experience in a variety of fire departments gives him a unique understanding of the operation of volunteer departments. He has an in-depth understanding of the importance of recruiting and retaining good volunteers, as well as working with the business community to encourage businesses to allow their employees to take time to serve the community, when needed.
Klink has a deep background in business operations and finance, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in electrical engineering. After working for General Motors Locomotive Division after college, Klink founded and operated TSM Inc., a railroad electronics firm located in Kansas City, Mo.
"Our company grew from three employees to more than 130 employees in 10 years," said Klink. "I learned firsthand the importance of fiscal responsibility, and how critical it is to develop creative solutions to motivate your team to meet the daily challenges of operating a business."
After selling TSM to Rockwell International and serving as a Rockwell Division vice president, Klink left the corporate world to focus on his passion of restoring antique fire engines. He currently operates KVR LLC, an antique fire engine restoration facility, located at 460 Elm Rd. in Estes Park, as well as the Reliance Fire Museum at the same address. Fire engines from the 1900s to the 1960s are restored to standards that allowed one of the engines to help fight the Park Theater Mall Fire in October of 2009.
Since joining the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department in 2002, Klink has served as the department's elected engineering officer, responsible for training the operators of the department's pumpers and ladder truck. He also served on the committee to purchase the department's newest pumper, providing valuable technical knowledge balanced with fiscal restraint.
Klink believes the Estes Valley Fire District faces significant challenges over the next several years.
"I'm concerned that the current direction of the board is headed towards a tax increase request in 2014, due to unrealistic expectations of the service levels that Estes Valley residents expect and are willing to pay for," said Klink.
...
"Mark has a wealth of experience in the fire department and our community, and would be a strong addition to the board," said Klink.
...
For more information, visit Klink's campaign website at dougklink.info or contact him by phone at (970) 577-1953 in the evenings.
...
Fellow fire fighter and candidate Doug Klink has joined with Igel to provide voters with an easy choice for two of the three seats up for election, as volunteer fire fighters desiring to continue serving the community through the Fire District Board.
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Doug Klink, Mark Igel announce run for Estes Valley Fire District...


Doug Klink, Mark Igel announce ...

www.eptrail.com [cached]

Doug Klink, Mark Igel announce run for Estes Valley Fire District board

...
Nominated are the following candidates: Jack Rumley, Bob Cheney, Mark Igel, Douglas Klink and Walter (Bud) Duryea.
...
Doug Klink Doug Klink has announced he is a candidate for director in the upcoming Estes Valley
Doug Klink
...
A volunteer firefighter since 1979, Klink has served on five different departments, in Virginia, Wisconsin, MIssouri and Colorado. He joined the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department in 2002, immediately after moving from Parkville, Mo., to Estes Park with his wife, Cheryl, and their two children. Klink's experience in a variety of fire departments gives him a unique understanding of the operation of volunteer departments. He has an in-depth understanding of the importance of recruiting and retaining good volunteers, as well as working with the business community to encourage businesses to allow their employees to take time to serve the community, when needed.
Klink has a deep background in business operations and finance, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a B.S. in electrical engineering. After working for General Motors Locomotive Division after college, Klink founded and operated TSM Inc., a railroad electronics firm located in Kansas City, Mo.
"Our company grew from three employees to more than 130 employees in 10 years," said Klink. "I learned firsthand the importance of fiscal responsibility, and how critical it is to develop creative solutions to motivate your team to meet the daily challenges of operating a business."
After selling TSM to Rockwell International and serving as a Rockwell Division vice president, Klink left the corporate world to focus on his passion of restoring antique fire engines. He currently operates KVR LLC, an antique fire engine restoration facility, located at 460 Elm Rd. in Estes Park, as well as the Reliance Fire Museum at the same address. Fire engines from the 1900s to the 1960s are restored to standards that allowed one of the engines to help fight the Park Theater Mall Fire in October of 2009.
Since joining the Estes Park Volunteer Fire Department in 2002, Klink has served as the department's elected engineering officer, responsible for training the operators of the department's pumpers and ladder truck. He also served on the committee to purchase the department's newest pumper, providing valuable technical knowledge balanced with fiscal restraint.
Klink believes the Estes Valley Fire District faces significant challenges over the next several years.
"I'm concerned that the current direction of the board is headed towards a tax increase request in 2014, due to unrealistic expectations of the service levels that Estes Valley residents expect and are willing to pay for," said Klink.
...
"Mark has a wealth of experience in the fire department and our community, and would be a strong addition to the board," said Klink.
...
For more information, visit Klink's campaign website at dougklink.info or contact him by phone at (970) 577-1953 in the evenings.
...
Fellow fire fighter and candidate Doug Klink has joined with Igel to provide voters with an easy choice for two of the three seats up for election, as volunteer fire fighters desiring to continue serving the community through the Fire District Board.
...
Doug Klink, Mark Igel announce run for Estes Valley Fire District...


Links & Resources | SPAAMFAA.ORG

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Doug Klink of the Reliance Fire Museum and Firetruck Restoration Facility maintains a website that documents the restoration of a 1928 American-LaFrance as well as museum and company information.


Pension Board Of Directors | Estes Valley Fire Protection District

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Douglas Klink, Presidentdougklink@gmail.com

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