The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada recently announced the addition of two new members to their executive board. Bill Gardner, of North Las Vegas, is the Southern District Vice President representing North Las Vegas Local 1609, Boulder City Local 5073, Mt. Charleston Local 4621 and Pahrump Valley Local 4068. Kevin Stengel, of Clark County, is the Southern District Vice President representing Clark County Local 1908.
“We are proud to announce the addition of our new executive board members,” said Angelo Aragon, president of Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada. “Both Kevin and Bill are strong leaders that will represent and aid their designated Locals in an effort to better serve our members across the state of Nevada. These two men bring ample experience and expertise to the PFFN and we look forward to continued success for our members with their assistance.”
In addition to fulfilling his duties within Local 1607 and PFFN, Gardner is the founding board member of the Nevada Chapter of the Terry Farrell Firefighter’s Fund, an organization which aids firefighters and their families in times of need. He is also the snare drummer for IAFF Local 1607 Honor Guard and the Las Vegas Police and Fire Emerald Society.
Outside of his work for the PFFN, Stengel is a member of the Clark County Fire Department’s Peer Support Team and is on the Fire Fighters Cancer Network. He is also an executive board member for the Southern Nevada Central Labor Council and is the vice president for the Nevada State ALF=CIO Board.
About the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada
The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada was founded on April 4, 1960 and today includes 2,600 active members and 100 retired members through 20 Locals that include Boulder City, Carson City, Central Lyon County, Clark County, East Fork, Elko, Elko County, Henderson, Incline Village, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Mt. Charleston, North Lyon County, Pahrump, Reno, Reno Airport, Sparks, Storey County, Tahoe Douglas, and Truckee Meadows. It is the mission of all members of the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada to save lives, preserve property and the environment, promote public safety and foster economic growth through leadership, management and actions. For more information on the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada, visit www.pffn.org.