Fire Chief Green began his career in the fire service as a Battalion Chief with Clark County Fire District 1 and also spent 11-years as that department's Fire Chief. In 2002, he was hired by the Fairgrounds Fire Facility Board, a consortium of Clark County Fire District 6, 11 & 12, where he served 2-years as Division Chief/ Volunteer Coordinator for the FFFB at Station 15-1, which is located at the Public Safety Complex at the Clark County Fairgrounds.
His appointment to Assistant Chief of Administration for Fire District 6 occurred in April 2004. In January 2006, Assistant Chief Green moved laterally to the position of Assistant Chief of Operations in order to become more familiar with the District's entire operation. Chief Green was promoted to Deputy Chief in February 2008 and Fire Chief on January 1, 2009.
Chief Green has attended numerous management classes through the National Fire Academy and other agencies throughout his career. He is one of five personnel who hold the rotating position of Mobilization Officer in Southwest Washington.Contact Chief Green
Assistant Chief Taylor began his career in the fire service in 1976 while serving as a firefighter in the U.S. Air Force. He was hired at Fire District 6 in January 1981 as a firefighter. In 1982, the District sent him to be trained as a paramedic and he became certified as a paramedic in 1983. He served as one of six firefighter/paramedics at Fire District 6 until his promotion to Lieutenant in 1987. Chief Taylor has also served as a Battalion Chief, Administative Battalion Chief and Chief.
He currently serves in the position of Assistant Chief, and his responsibilities include District finances, budget, logistics, human resources and safety. Contact Chief Taylor
Operations Assistant Chief Newberry started his fire service career as a Volunteer Firefighter with Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue in 1996. His pursuit of a Career Firefighter position landed him in Pierce County Fire District 5 serving the community of Gig Harbor, WA. While his love for the job in Gig Harbor grew, so too did the challenge of commuting from his home in Aloha, OR. In 1999, the opportunity at Clark County Fire District 6 presented itself and Shawn was eager join.
Chief Newberry served as a firefighter until his promotion to Captain in 2009. In 2011, he moved into the Training Division and served as Fire Training Captain for the Fire District. In April of 2013, Chief Newberry was promoted to Assistant Chief and serves by leading the Operations section of the Fire District.
“I love this place, the people we serve with and the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives. I’m humbled by the opportunity to serve as the Operations Chief of this great Fire District.”
Tina Mensinger has been with Fire District 6 since March of 2000. Her responsibilities as Office Administrator are wide-ranging, including general bookkeeping, payroll, overtime, retirement systems, health & dental insurance, District finances, human resource duties, small works rosters/vendor lists and liaison with Clark County Financial Services.
She also is the primary liaison with the Washington State Auditor during District audits and is instrumental in the preparation of the District's annual financial report required by the State.
Ryan Reese is a Captain/Paramedic and has been with Fire District 6 for nearly 14 years. He presently serves as the President of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), Local 1805. The Local represents the firefighters, officers and Battalion Chiefs employed by the District.
In his capacity as union president, , President Reese works closely with the Fire Chief and other management personnel. Visit the IAFF Local 1805 Firefighters web site.Contact Ryan Reese
Volunteer Captain Craig White serves as the President of the Volunteer Firefighters Association, representing all volunteer firefighters and officers at Fire District 6. Captain White has been serving with Fire District 6 since December 1983. Contact Craig White