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Director

Oscoda County

HQ Phone: (989) 826-1167

Oscoda County

FRIEND OF THE COURT 105 Court St

Mio, Michigan 48647

United States

Company Description

We are very proud of where we live and work. Oscoda County is known for its natural beauty, friendly people and strong community spirit. Located within the Huron National Forest, deep in the heart of the AuSable River Valley, our location is excellent for ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director
The Lapeer County Emergency Medical Services

Paramedic
Corunna Area Ambulance Service

Paramedic Supervisor
Universal Ambulance Response Services Inc‎

President and Chief Executive Officer
Blue Diamond Group Inc

Education



Belleville Area College



Rancocas Valley Regional High School

Bachelors Degree
Emergency Management
Sienna Heights College

Masters degree
Emergency Management
Sienna Heights College

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EMS History | Oscoda County

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2013 - In March of 2013 Casey Pullum resigned as Director of Oscoda County EMS and Jason Beck was hired into that position.

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Jason had experience in EMS as an EMT, Paramedic and Instructor for fifteen years. He held a Bachelors degree in Public Safety and a Masters Degree in Leadership with a Focus on Emergency Management.
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2015 - In April of 2015 Jason Beck resigned and in June of 2015 Susan White was unanimously approved as the new Director of Oscoda County EMS.


Jason Matthew ...

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Jason Matthew Beck

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Big Rapids -- Jason Matthew Beck, 37, formerly of Big Rapids, passed away Saturday, May 23, 2015 at the University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor. He was born March 1, 1978 in Reed City, the son of Walter “Bud” and Joanne (Barber) Beck. Jason attended Big Rapids schools until moving to New Jersey, where he graduated from Rancocas Valley Regional High School. He attended Belleville Area College in Belleville, IL earning a Paramedic certificate, and he later went on to earn his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Emergency Management from Sienna Heights College in Adrian, MI. Jason worked for many ambulance services in Michigan and was the Director of Oscoda County EMS in Mio for two years. At the time of his passing, he was the Executive Director for Lapeer County EMS.
Jason is survived by his mother and stepfather, Joanne and Dennis Griffin; stepmother, Carolyn O’Reilly Beck; fiancée, Joanne DeVore and her two children, Lauren and Tyler; sisters, Courtney (Bret) Zuidema, Meagan (Scott) Bright, Lindsay (Daniel) Brinks, Kristin (Ricky) Bixler, and Erin O’Reilly; brothers, Jeremy (Ashley) Beck, Adam (Brittannee) Beck and Matthew O’Reilly.
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Jason was preceded in death by his father, Walter “Bud” Beck in 2008.
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Funeral services for Jason will be 1:00 pm Friday, May 29, 2015 at the Resurrection Life Church, 14734 215th Ave., Big Rapids, with Pastor Ross Scheer officiating. His family will greet friends at the church on Friday from 10:00 am until the time of service.


MIO - The Oscoda County Board ...

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MIO - The Oscoda County Board of Commissioners hired Jason Beck, 35, of Swartz Creek to take over as the Oscoda County Ambulance Service director at its regular meeting June 25. The … more


Jason Beck, ambulance ...

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Jason Beck, ambulance emergency service director for Oscoda County EMS, discusses the potential cost savings of having two propane ambulances in the county fleet as a cost-saving measure, during a meeting of the Oscoda County Commission Nov. 26.

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Jason Beck, ambulance emergency service director for Oscoda County EMS, discusses the potential cost savings of having two propane ambulances in the county fleet as a cost-saving measure, during a meeting of the Oscoda County Commission Nov. 26.
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Ambulance Emergency Service Director Jason Beck presented the proposal and bids from companies to the county commission to replace ambulances in the fleet with the propane vehicles.
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Beck explained that he thought the county could save money on fuel costs by switching to ambulances that ran on propane. He hoped the switch would also balance the EMS budget and get it out of the red in the future.
He said the county could enter into a contract with an area propane provider and get a set cost for propane at roughly $2 a gallon. The day of the meeting diesel prices were up to almost $4 a gallon; gasoline was $3.39 at downtown Mio gas stations.
Beck said the propane engines - which could also run on gasoline if needed - would be very cost efficient.
As far as filling up the ambulances, EMTs would use a propane filling station that would be installed at no cost to the county at the county ambulance barn, Beck said. He said insurance to cover the pump would be $500 a year.
He said regardless of the county's decision the ambulance fleet would need replaced.
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Beck said the vehicles ran on both gasoline and propane, and could simply be filled with gasoline for the drive.


Jason Beck, ambulance ...

www.oscodaherald.com [cached]

Jason Beck, ambulance emergency service director for Oscoda County EMS, discusses the potential cost savings of having two propane ambulances in the county fleet as a cost-saving measure, during a meeting of the Oscoda County Commission Nov. 26.

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Jason Beck, ambulance emergency service director for Oscoda County EMS, discusses the potential cost savings of having two propane ambulances in the county fleet as a cost-saving measure, during a meeting of the Oscoda County Commission Nov. 26.
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Ambulance Emergency Service Director Jason Beck presented the proposal and bids from companies to the county commission to replace ambulances in the fleet with the propane vehicles.
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Beck explained that he thought the county could save money on fuel costs by switching to ambulances that ran on propane. He hoped the switch would also balance the EMS budget and get it out of the red in the future.
He said the county could enter into a contract with an area propane provider and get a set cost for propane at roughly $2 a gallon. The day of the meeting diesel prices were up to almost $4 a gallon; gasoline was $3.39 at downtown Mio gas stations.
Beck said the propane engines - which could also run on gasoline if needed - would be very cost efficient.
As far as filling up the ambulances, EMTs would use a propane filling station that would be installed at no cost to the county at the county ambulance barn, Beck said. He said insurance to cover the pump would be $500 a year.
He said regardless of the county's decision the ambulance fleet would need replaced.
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Beck said the vehicles ran on both gasoline and propane, and could simply be filled with gasoline for the drive.

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