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The Washington State Fire Fighters' Association is the oldest statewide fire service organization.

Our mission is to provide information, education, benefits, and representation to the volunteer fire service of the State of Washington to enhance their capabilities and professionalism.

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Keep up with what's new and learn more about Legislative and General News regarding Washington State Fire Fighters' Association.

Serious Concerns From Volunteer Fire Service with OSHA’s Proposed Updates to Their Emergency Response Standard

May 14, 2024

Serious Concerns From Volunteer Fire Service with OSHA’s Proposed Updates to Their Emergency Response Standard This change in federal rules…

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Remembrance set for WSFFA Past President Ron Roy

October 12, 2023

Please join the family and Wenatchee Valley Fire Department to remember the life and service of Division Chief Ron Roy.…

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WSFFA’s Legislative Historical Review: 2020-1935

March 28, 2020

The Washington State Fire Fighters’ Association was established in 1923.  The mission in part is to represent the volunteer firefighter. …

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We Remember WSFFA Past President Ron Roy

Chief Roy has volunteered for 50 Years in the Wenatchee Valley, starting in 1973. He was a member of Chelan County Fire District 1, Douglas County Fire District 2 (East Wenatchee), and eventually, Wenatchee Valley Fire Department. Chief Roy was a tireless advocate for the fire service, volunteering, and the safety of firefighters. Ron Roy’s dedication to the fire service and its members was also seen through his participation with the Washington State Fire Fighters’ Association. In 2004, his passion for the fire service and the individuals who give their lives daily took him to the National Volunteer Fire Council, where he continued to advocate for Volunteer Firefighters. Chief Roy had been planning to retire at the end of this year. In addition to his work in the fire service, Roy retired in 2019 as a senior electrical system operator with the Chelan County Public Utility District in Wenatchee.

Donations in Ron's name may be made to the nonprofit Firefighter Cancer Support (FCSN) below. Also, checks may be mailed to: Firefighter Cancer Support Network, 2600 West Olive Avenue, 5th floor-PMB 608, Burbank, CA. 91505.

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