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George M. Dunkel

Consulting Services Administrator

Special Districts Association of Oregon

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Special Districts Association of Oregon

P.O. Box 23879

Salem, Oregon 97309

United States

Company Description

The Special Districts Association of Oregon was formed in 1979 to give special districts a stronger and united voice at the Oregon Legislature. As with similar associations that support cities, counties, schools, and local governments, the Association pro ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Board Member
Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation

Chair of the Member and President of the Board of Directors
International Fire Service Training Association

Volunteer Firefighter
Scappoose Rural Fire District

Web References (38 Total References)


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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, George has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Georges' genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is a past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and former member and past President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, George is currently the Administrator of the Management Consulting Program for Special Districts Association of Oregon. The program is designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with general governance, risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college and high school sports. Go Beavers!
George and his wife Vicki (37 years) enjoy their three daughters, three sons-in-laws, and seven grandchildren.
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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (36 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.


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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, George has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Georges' genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is a past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and former member and past President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, George is currently the Administrator of the Management Consulting Program for Special Districts Association of Oregon. The program is designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with general governance, risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college and high school sports. Go Beavers!
George and his wife Vicki (37 years) enjoy their three daughters, three sons-in-laws, and seven grandchildren.
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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (36 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.


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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, George has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Georges' genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is a past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and former member and past President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, George is currently the Administrator of the Management Consulting Program for Special Districts Association of Oregon. The program is designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with general governance, risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college and high school sports. Go Beavers!
George and his wife Vicki (37 years) enjoy their three daughters, three sons-in-laws, and seven grandchildren.
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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (36 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.


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George Dunkel

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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, George has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Georges' genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is a past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and former member and past President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, George is currently the Administrator of the Management Consulting Program for Special Districts Association of Oregon. The program is designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with general governance, risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college and high school sports. Go Beavers!
George and his wife Vicki (37 years) enjoy their three daughters, three sons-in-laws, and seven grandchildren.
...
George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (36 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.


OSU-FPP | Board Bios

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George Dunkel

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George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, George has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Georges' genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is a past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and former member and past President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, George is currently the Administrator of the Management Consulting Program for Special Districts Association of Oregon. The program is designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with general governance, risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college and high school sports. Go Beavers!
George and his wife Vicki (37 years) enjoy their three daughters, three sons-in-laws, and seven grandchildren.
...
George M. Dunkel, Fire Service Affiliate
Retired Fire Chief George Dunkel began his career as a volunteer firefighter with Scappoose Rural Fire District and was later hired as a career firefighter by Washington County Fire District #1 (now Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue). Throughout his 35 years in Oregon's fire service, Chief Dunkel has managed all facets of the fire department, including budget, administration, human resources, operations, training, and community and support services.
Chief Dunkel's genuine enthusiasm for the fire service is evident in his high level of professional involvement. He currently chairs the Board of Directors of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Foundation. In addition, he is the immediate past chair of the International Fire Service Training Association Executive Board and recent past member and President of the Special Districts Association of Oregon Board of Directors.
As a strong proponent of cooperation between various disciplines and agencies, Chief Dunkel is actively involved with Special Districts Association of Oregon and Wilson-Heirgood Associates in development of outreach programs designed to assist special districts and fire organizations with risk management, strategic planning, personnel administration, and emergency operations. George is also known for his enthusiastic support of college (Beavers and Wildcats) and high school sports.
George and his wife Vicki (36 years) enjoy their three daughters, two sons-in-law, one soon-to-be-added son-in-law, and three granddaughters.

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