Northshore Fire Department honors retiring Firefighter Tim Wooldridge

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Firefighter Tim Wooldridge
The Northshore Fire Department is celebrating Firefighter Tim Wooldridge, who is retiring after serving the fire district for more than 35 years, beginning as a volunteer in November of 1979. Wooldridge was hired as a fulltime firefighter in August of 1981.

“Tim Wooldridge was a local kid who attended Inglemoor High School and practically grew up at the Kenmore Fire Station. He followed his father, the late Ron Wooldridge, into the fire service who was also a volunteer firefighter for the fire district for more than 20 years. Tim knew very early his dream job was to be a Firefighter and he worked towards that goal as soon as he graduated from Inglemoor,” Northshore Fire Chief Jim Torpin said.

Wooldridge will work his last shift on March 24, at Station 57 in Lake Forest Park. The Northshore Fire Department appreciates the many years of dedicated service he provided to the community. Wooldridge plans on enjoying his retirement by spending more time with his wife Jolene and his adult children.


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