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Jack Warren Snook

Jack Warren Snook, American protective services official. Named Captain of Year, Jackson County, 1977, Citizen of Month, Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce, 1983.

Background

  • Snook, Jack Warren was born on January 31, 1950 in Eugene, Oregon, United States. Son of John Charles and Naomi Lee (Bryan) Snook.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts in Fire Science, Rogue Community College, 1978. Bachelor in Fire Administration, Southern Oregon State University, 1982. Master of Arts student in Public Administration, Lewis and Clark University, since 1983.

    Career

    • Fire fighter Jackson County, White City, Oregon, 1969—1972, captain, 1972—1973, operations officer, 1973—1978, deputy fire chief, 1978—1982. Fire chief Lake Oswego City, since 1982. President Management Development Institute, Lake Oswego, since 1975.

      Consultant Oregon Fire Standards, Salem, since 1977. Member adjunct faculty United States Fire Administration, Washington, since 1981. Fire science coordinator Rogue Community College, Grants Pass, Oregon, 1975—1977.

    Works

    • Author: Recruiting Volunteer Firefighters, 1981, Winning With Volunteers, 1982, Fire Ground Man, 1984, Institute Guides I, II, III, 1978.

    Membership

    Member city council, 1972—1976. Mayor Central Point, Oregon, 1976. Active Central Point Little League, Lake Oswego Parent-Teachers Association.

    Member budget committee, 1972—1978. Member of International Association Christian Fire Fighters, Oregon Fire Chief's Association, Rogue Fire Chief's Association, Fire Prevention Cooperative (president 1981), Rogue Fire Training Association 1976-1977.

    Connections

    • Married Joan Kay Czmowski, March 7, 1969. Children: Kimberlee Ann, Amber Michelle, Jamie Brian.
    • father: John Charles Snook
    • mother: Naomi Lee (Bryan) Snook
    • spouse: Joan Kay Czmowski
    • children: Kimberlee Ann Snook
    • Amber Michelle Snook
    • Jamie Brian Snook
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    Born January 31, 1950
    (age 67)
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