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Local 21 regrets to announce the passing of retired Fire Captain Burton Schueller.
Captain Schueller started with the Saint Paul Fire Department on July 16, 1962. He retired after 32 years of service with the Saint Paul Fire Department.
Burt passed away at the age of 86.
Saint Paul Firefighters IAFF L21 extends our deepest condolences to the Kauffmann family, our Sisters and Brothers at MAC Fire IAFF Local S6.
It is with tremendous sadness that Local S6 announces the passing of retiree Jon Kauffmann. Diagnosed with glioblastoma brain cancer last March, Jon showed amazing courage and strength throughout his year long cancer battle. Jon joined Airport Fire on Tuesday 22nd March 2011, was promoted to Driver on Saturday 5th December 2020 and medically retired Monday 14th December 2020. Jon was a beloved, respected and irreplaceable member of our Airport Fire family and will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him. Please keep his family, friends, loved ones and fellow firefighters in your thoughts and prayers. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be posted as they become available.
Until then, God Speed, Jon... we will take it from here.
FIRE STATION 18 APPAREL IS ON SALE NOW!
The crews at Saint Paul Fire Station 18 are finally reprinting their iconic Frogtown logo after 10 years!
- Corporate Mark is offering a variety of options which can be purchased through their online store.
- Place your order online between March 09 and March 28th.
- Orders will ship within 10 days after the online store closing.
- Click on the image above to be directed to the online store, or follow the link here.
Questions about your order?
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We are all products of our life experiences. Our gender, our religion, our race, our ethnic background, our sexual orientation, where we grew up, along with many other factors, contributes to who we are and what we value. We are often different in many ways from the individuals we work with, side by side, day after day. Our workplaces are characterized by this diversity. The diverse composition of today’s workforce and the cultural clashes it can produce require us to pay attention to our differences, not only so that we can work together successfully, but so that we learn to value and gain an advantage from our different strengths. We must attempt to better understand our diversity. Different does not mean better or worse, inferior or superior. We must remember that we share one thing in common—our union and our struggle for justice on the job. That is what unites us.
During Women’s History Month, and always, IAFF Local 21 would like to collectively express our pride and admiration as we take this opportunity to highlight the hard-working women of the Saint Paul Fire Department. They are the very best of the best!
Local 21 regrets to announce the passing of retired Fire Captain Roger Beesley.
Captain Beesley started with the Saint Paul Fire Department on December 1st, 1948. He was promoted to Fire Captain on August 1st, 1958.
Captain Beesley retired in the mid 1980's as Captain of Ladder 07 on the B Shift.
Roger passed away at the age of 94.