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Fire District 7 Battalion Chief Evan Adolf takes oath of office

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Fire Chief Gary Meek swearing in Battalion Chief Evan Adolf. Photo courtesy of Fire District 7.
Fire Chief Gary Meek swearing in Battalion Chief Evan Adolf. Photo courtesy of Fire District 7.

By Heather Chadwick, Snohomish County Fire District 7 Public Information and Education Officer.

At the Tuesday, November 21st, 2017, regularly scheduled board meeting, Fire District 7 had the honor of swearing in and pinning our newly promoted Battalion Chief, Evan Adolf. Executive staff, family and coworkers were there to hear him take his oath and receive his badge.

Adolf started with Fire District 7 in September of 1990 through our resident program. He was hired as a career firefighter in January 1993. From there Adolf promoted to Lieutenant, then to Captain and was assigned to the Training Division where he has served for the last nine years.

Adolf embodies Fire District 7’s slogan of “Earning Trust Through Action” as he is actively engaged within our community and serves our citizens.

Battalion Chief Evan Adolf receiving badge from Fire Chief Gary Meek. Photo courtesy of Fire District 7.

Battalion Chief Evan Adolf receiving badge from Fire Chief Gary Meek. Photo courtesy of Fire District 7.

Snohomish County Fire District 7 provides fire and life safety services to 110,000 people over 98.5 square miles in central and east Snohomish County, including the communities of Monroe, Maltby, Clearview and Mill Creek.

Fire District 7 taxpayers have built the most advanced emergency response system in Snohomish County with highly-trained personnel, facilities, apparatus, and rescue programs.

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