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Background Information

Employment History

Firefighter

Oregon Department of Forestry


Affiliations

Sweet Home Fire

Board Member


Education

Sweet Home High School


Web References(3 Total References)


www.sweethomenews.com

Jared Huenergardt started work as a paramedic for Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District this month. Jared HuenergardtHuenergardt, a 2002 graduate of Sweet Home High School, grew up in Sweet Home. "Pretty much when I graduated, I knew what I wanted to do," Huenergardt said."Probably the biggest reason was my dad's a volunteer here."His father also works for the Forest Service, Huenergardt said, so he became interested in wildland fire.After graduation, he went to work for Oregon Department of Forestry as a firefighter for two summers and joined Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District as a volunteer. After five months, he went to work as an intern medic, he said."I got all my schooling as quickly as I could because knew this is what I wanted to do."He earned his paramedic certification two years ago, he said.He knew he wanted to work in Sweet Home, but there were no open positions at the time and he wanted more experience.He worked for Metro West, a private ambulance service in Portland, for three months and then went to work for Woodburn Ambulance, also a private service, where he worked for a year and a half. He lived in Salem until September when he and his wife, Becky, purchased a home in Sweet Home.He commuted to Woodburn, working 48 hours on with 96 hours off. "The goal was to some day work here," Huenergardt said.He saw a lot of the state, but "this is where I feel like I'm home."This is where his family and friends live, he said, and the big city holds no appeal.This is where he wants to live and work. "I really want to help the town and department out," he said. He completed his prerequisites at Linn-Benton Community College and earned his paramedic certification at Lane Community College. His interest in the fire and ambulance service was initially in fighting fires, he said, but that career required medical training. As he continued his medical training, "I realized it was a lot of fun," he said."Every time you come to work it's something different."Sometimes, he said, he's working on equipment or the Fire Hall.The next minute, he's on a fire or ambulance call. "I'm excited to be here," he said.


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Jared Huenergardt
Lieutenant/Paramedic


www.sweethomenews.com

Paramedic Jared Huenergardt of Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District accepts donated teddy bears from the Royal Neighbors of America.In the rear, from left, are Ruth LaCoste, Jared Huenergardt, Minnie Knutson and Carla Healy.


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