Brad Martin, MS, EFO, EMT-P
Fire Chief Martin began his fire service career at the age of 14 as a Junior Volunteer firefighter in a small combination fire department in California. His career has culminated in a broad scope of experience to include firefighting, EMS, law enforcement and fire investigation. His firefighting experience has been with both state and local agencies. Fire Chief Martin has served 13 years as a reserve police officer and he has been a paramedic for over 25 years. He has a Bachelors Degree in Occupational Studies from California State University at Long Beach; a Masters Degree in Fire Service Leadership from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona; and recently completed the 4-year Executive Fire Officer Program through the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD.
Fire Chief Martin and his wife Sarah are the proud parents of a beautiful teenage daughter, Kristi, two energetic boys, James and Calvin, and a vibrant girl named Emma. They enjoy a broad spectrum of outdoor activities that includes boating, camping, fishing, traveling and spending time with their dog Olivia.
Tanya has been with Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue since March of 2008. Prior to beginning her employment as our Administrative Assistant, she had extensive experience in business and personnel management with a customer service and public interaction focus. Tanya obtained her BS in Social Services and Sociology from Central Washington University and has been a life long resident of Jefferson County.
Administrative Assistant Cray lives in Port Ludlow with her husband Jared and their two children and they enjoy the outdoors, fishing and participating in a variety of sports.