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Jim Alunni

Fire Marshal

Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools

HQ Phone:  (440) 247-5500

Direct Phone: (440) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.org

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Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools

400 East Washington Street

Chagrin Falls, Ohio,44022

United States

Company Description

Chagrin Falls High School is a comprehensive high school located 20 miles east of Cleveland and founded over 160 years ago. We serve 600 students in grades 9-12 from the Village of Chagrin Falls, Chagrin Falls Township, South Russell, Bentleyville, some sectio...more

Background Information

Employment History

Line Firefighter

Suburban Corporation. He


Fire Inspector

Moreland Hills Elementary School


Affiliations

North Eastern Ohio Fire Prevention Association

Board Member


National Fire Protection Association

Member


INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL INC

Member


Ohio Fire Officials Association

Executive Boards


International Fire Marshals Association

Executive Board


International Association of Fire Chiefs. He

Member


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Chagrin Falls, OH - Police and Fire Forces To Do No-Shave November Fundraiser -

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Fire Marshal Jim Alunni
Chagrin Falls Fire Department 440-247-1671 (Fire Prevention) Jim@chagrin-falls.org


The Village of Chagrin Falls - Page 61 of 61 -

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The Chagrin Falls Fire Marshal Jim Alunni was featured in a recent news article on new, more effective smoke alarms.


Chagrin Falls, OH - Staff Directory -

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Serving since 1995, Fire Marshal Jim Alunni heads the Fire Prevention Bureau. He is a member of the National Fire Protection Association, International Fire Marshals Association, International Code Council, Ohio Fire Officials Association (Executive Board), and the North Eastern Ohio Fire Prevention Association (Executive Board). He also serve as the Secretary for the Chagrin Falls Volunteer Corporation. Jim and his wife Beth reside in the Village of Chagrin Falls.


Chagrin Falls, OH - Fire Prevention Bureau -

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Fire Marshal Jim Alunni heads the bureau and is assisted by one part-time Fire Prevention Educator, Lt Ryan Shorr.


Wounded Warrior James Alunni - La Gazzetta Italiana

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James Alunni
James Alunni The Iraq War has claimed numerous American lives. Casualties total over 4,400 and more than 32,000 have been wounded in action. This is the story of one wounded warrior, James Alunni, of Chagrin Falls. Now a Chagrin Falls firefighter, James was deployed in 2005 with the 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment to the Al Anbar Province. Alunni, one of two Corpsman, was assigned to a Scout Sniper Platoon. Their job was primarily surveillance of MSR's, choke points in cities and to oversee Marines pushing through and clearing areas. During those times, major operations included Spear Sword, Quick Strike and River Bridge. In their seven months, the unit suffered heavy casualties. Forty-six Marines and 2 Navy Corpsmen were killed and over 200 were wounded. Due to losses, Alunni was reassigned to a Mobile Assault Platoon (MAP). The Marines kept Alunni sedated until a helicopter came to evacuate the wounded. Alunni was not sure what happened as his memory didn't account for 4 days. After surgeries in combat hospitals in Iraq, Alunni ended up in Germany and later the Navy Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. After several weeks, Alunni was sent home. "Bethesda was great. Our entire floor was Navy and Marine Corps patients and the doctors and nurses took great care of us," said Alunni. "I loved the guys I was with and would do it all over again, even with the horrible pain suffered after my injury. We did our job well and I'm proud of my service, even if the Iraq War ends up as a footnote and a mistake in history," he added.


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