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The men and women who comprise the membership of the Central Joint Fire District are diverse.  There are truck drivers, township workers, state workers, teachers, retired folks, and farmers to name a few.  We all have one common focus, the life-safety of the people who reside in, or pass through, our district. We care about all of the people. We serve you at all hours of the day or night.  We train every week to prepare for the worse and hope for the best.  We have people attend the Ohio Fire Academy and the National Fire Academy to enhance their skills and education.  We utilize the strength of our volunteers, so that the outcome of our efforts is successful.

Benefit for Captain Jonathan Wynkoop

Jonathan Wynkoop, a 1st Armored Division officer, died early Tuesday, March 31st, during a training exercise at Fort Bliss, Texas, after a mine-resistant vehicle allegedly rolled over him in his cot while he slept, the base announced in a Wednesday news release.

Capt. Jonathan F. Wynkoop, 27, was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, Division Artillery, and was participating in Iron Focus 2015, a two-week, division-level training exercise that began March 23. Wynkoop was from Maumee, Ohio, volunteered for several years as a firefighter at the Central Joint Fire District, and he was a husband and the father of three.

$10 from each purchase of this Central Joint Fire Association sponsored t-shirt will go directly to the Wynkoop family. Everything Apparel will use the rest to cover the printing, shipping, fulfillment and transaction fees.

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