Cheryl Anderson, Administrative Assistant
Cheryl Anderson has been working for the District since August 2018. She is the Administrative Assistant to Chief Waters and the Board of Commissioners. Before that she spent a year working as a paraeducator for Port Angeles School District. She attained her Associate’s degree in Administrative Office Systems with an emphasis in Accounting from Peninsula College, the perfect degree for this position. She is always willing to help anyone who comes in. If you have any questions, come into the office during business hours and she will be glad to help. In her spare time, she likes to help her husband with gardening, attending car shows and traveling. She is a member of the Joyce Fire Auxiliary. She and her husband are members of Joyce Bible Church and the North Olympic Mustang and Cougar Club.
Ann Foulk, Office Assistance
Ann Foulk came to the Clallam County 4 Fire District in 2022. She lives in Freshwater Bay with her husband, Geary and 135-pound Alaskan Malamute, Mischa. After her 1972 graduation from Slippery Rock State College (now University) in Pennsylvania, she taught elementary and special education, but transitioned to the banking industry from which she retired in 2019 after 38 years of service. Not wanting to be involved in the “combat” sector of the volunteer options, she offered her services to the office staff as an assistant to Cheryl Anderson. There she helps out with Accounts Payable and various other duties as needed. The experience has been invaluable as she can not only be useful in relieving some of Cheryl’s tasks, but it’s also been such a learning experience for Ann. Having grown up in that generation where the use of computers was not an everyday norm, Cheryl has taught her many “tricks” that make use of the computer so much easier. It’s been a win-win and very enjoyable and rewarding experience to have made that decision to volunteer in her own community.
Geary Foulk, Apparatus Maintenance (mechanics, electrical)
Geary Foulk first got involved with CCFD4 through the Joyce CERT team shortly before COVID shut things down. He has some emergency services training from previous volunteer situations but due to age and health considerations is not getting involved with the “combat” side of CCFD4 operations. Geary has a lifetime of experience in maintenance of electrical/electronic and mechanical systems and is thus using that as a volunteer maintenance person for district emergency vehicles. Continuing to be involved with the CERT team in Joyce and helping maintain the emergency vehicles for CCFD4 is a way for him to help the Joyce community which is a great place to live.
Jim Buck, Committee Work, Lawn Maintenance
Jim Buck, commonly known as “the grounds keeper,” has been working/volunteering for the district since 2015. He mows the lawns at both fire stations and the administration building. He has extensive experience cutting grass. He has an engineering degree from West Point. In his spare time he volunteers with Clallam County Emergency Management.