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Ron Kleinhaus

Emergency Dispatcher

Oak Lawn

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Firefighter

O'Hare International Airport


Firefighter

Hines Veterans Hospital


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An Evergreen Park Village Board meeting may seem like a strange place to spend a wedding anniversary, but Ron Kleinhaus had an offer that was hard to pass up. Kleinhaus, 50, was named Evergreen Park's new fire chief Monday to replace retiring Chief Ed Clohessy. Kleinhaus, who celebrated his 30th wedding anniversary with his wife, Elizabeth, on Monday, will celebrate 30 years with his other love, the fire department, in September, he said.An assistant chief for nine years, Kleinhaus joined the fire department as a cadet in 1971 and trained under Clohessy for three years. After a tour of duty in the Air Force, Kleinhaus returned to Evergreen Park as a part-time firefighter in 1977. He stayed with the department as a part-timer while also working full-time jobs as a firefighter at O'Hare International Airport and then at Hines Veterans Hospital in Maywood and as emergency dispatcher for Oak Lawn for 8½ years.


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