CAL FIRE Firefighters Local #2881 – Serving the Professional Firefighters in San Diego County
The 10th District of CAL FIRE Firefighters of Local #2881 is made up of nearly 500 firefighting members operating out of over 45 Fire Stations and facilities. Our members staff CAL FIRE All Risk Fire Engines, Municipal Paramedic Engines, Ladder Trucks, Command and Support Vehicles, Paramedic Transport Ambulances, Fire Rescue Helicopters, Urban Search and Heavy Rescue Units, Water Rescue Units, Brush Patrols, Water Tenders, Fire Crew Carrying Vehicles and Air Coordination Aircraft. Every aspect of the County Fire Operation in San Diego has members from Local #2881 involved, providing professional service. We are the Firefighters of San Diego County Fire, the Deer Springs Fire Protection District, the Ramona Fire Department and the Yuima Municipal Water District.
Local #2881 – 10th District officers work hard everyday to ensure that we protect our members wages, working conditions and benefits. In addition, we stay active in local politics that deal with fire protection in San Diego County. We ensure that our members are represented as the world class firefighters they are. The County has seen tremendous growth in Fire Protection Services and has invested over $450 Million Dollars over the last 10 years. This dramatic increase in funding, infrastructure and staffing has been balanced with an open door relationship with our CAL FIRE San Diego County Fire Management Team, ensuring #1 that the needs of those we service comes first.
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CAL FIRE San Diego County Firefighters of Local #2881 are saddened by the loss of one of our recently retired Fire Captains. Robert McLaughlin came to CAL FIRE 27 years ago, when the Ramona Fire Department transitioned Fire and Life Safety Services to CAL FIRE under a cooperative agreement.
Captain McLaughlin was an integral part of the fire service, the community of Ramona and a mentor to many present day firefighters. He will be forever missed.
This morning, Captain McLaughlin passed away from cancer related illness.
Please keep Captain McLaughlin and his family in your thoughts,
My late MIL had to be transported to the hospital rather frequently, and most of the time when E80 arrived, Bob was on it. Such a nice man, I’m so sorry for this loss. Godspeed Captain. Thank you for your service to our community. My thoughts and prayers are with all who knew and loved him. 🙏🏻
Prayers for him and his family. 🙏
My thoughts and prayers are with his family and his fire department family. So very sorry to hear of the loss of a great man. God bless all of you. 💔🙏🙏
sending lots of prayers im so sorry
Condolences to all of you, sorry for your loss
MAY HE R.I.P.! Amen
Praying for all his family and friends 🙏🙏🙏💔🙏💔 and All the lives of the people he has touched
Prayer for his family and love ones and may he rest in peace
RIP..🙏🙏fir family and friends
This is so sad to hear. I worked many shifts with Capt. McLaughlin when I was a Reserve with Ramona Fire. He was one of my favorite Captains. My deepest sympathy to his family and CalFire.
CAL FIRE San Diego County Firefighters of Local #2881 would like to say THANK YOU!!! To the Community of Ramona and it’s Water District Board Members both past and current. 27 years ago, the Ramona Fire Department under the Ramona Water District Administration entered into a cooperative agreement for CAL FIRE to provide Professional Fire and Life Safety Services.
Our Professional firefighting members each day operate 3 Paramedic Fire Engines and 2 Paramedic Ambulances under the command of a Battalion Chief. In addition, this partnership now integrates Ramona into a larger Regional Program with CAL FIRE San Diego County Fire providing additional services to Ramona by surrounding fire stations.
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Pray and hope no homes where lost and all fireman are great
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