Gainesville Professional Firefighters
IAFF Local 2157

Proudly serving the citizens of Gainesville, Florida


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About IAFF Local 2157

The Gainesville Professional Firefighters serve the men and women of Gainesville Fire-Rescue whose mission of Fire Service delivery through "...Professionals providing Rapid Response, Education, and Community Involvement..." compliments our own mission of protecting the brave and dedicated Firefighters and their families who make Gainesville safer and more secure place to work and live.

This web page is an important part of Gainesville Firefighter’s mission to reach out and be informative on the issues that affect our members, families and communities.  We hope you will return often and give us your comments about what you see and would like to see in the future.

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News & Information

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A Farewell to Retirees'

May 02, 2021
Here at Local 2157 Union Hall we are grateful to host our appreciation for three esteemed members serving with Gainesville Fire Rescue and Local IAFF 2157 for 30 years.

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Water Rescue Training

May 01, 2021
Gainesville Fire Firefighters remain at peak awareness for all possible circumstances. Removing motorists and passengers from any dangerous or hazardous situation in the most efficient and safe manner possible is always at the forefront of Gainesville Fire Rescue's objectives.

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Fill the Boot

Mar 21, 2019
Since 1954, IAFF members have shown an unwavering commitment to defeating muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening diseases.

In Our Community

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TNT Rescue

Mar 13, 2019
Congratulations to @GFR1882 firefighters for bringing home the trophy!

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The Risk of Cancer

Mar 13, 2019
Firefighters put their lives at risk every day on the job. Now, it seems they are also fighting another battle: the risk of cancer.

Our Charities

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Fill the Boot

Since 1954, IAFF members have shown an unwavering commitment to defeating muscular dystrophy and related life-threatening diseases.

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Pray4McKay

Engineer Jeremy McKay, a 12-year veteran of Clay Count Fire Rescue, has recently been diagnosed with stage 4 Adenocarcinoma Cancer.

CONTACT US

OFFICE: (352) 377-2157

FAX: (352) 373-7569

EMAIL: IAFF2157@GMAIL.COM

 



EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS

 

NICOLAS GONAZALEZ - PRESIDENT

BRAD PAQUETTE - 1ST VICE PRESIDENT

RYAN CLAREY - 2ND VICE PRESIDENT

EUGENE DUGAN - SECRETARY/TREASURER

DAVID SHUFORD - A SHIFT REPRESENTATIVE

TREY BEAUCHAMP - B SHIFT REPRESENTATIVE

KEVIN GUTERRIEZ - C SHIFT REPRESENTATIVE