Frank Martinez Sr.

Frank is part of Crook County’s Fire and Rescue team as a firefighter/EMT, he also trains on tactical elements out of Florida for EMS training with Law Enforcement, Military and Region 6 Medical Team in Oregon (Forest Service). Frank was in the Marine Corps in the State of Colorado from 1969 to 1972, served in Vietnam, upon return to the United States decided to move to Oregon, at which time joined the Oregon National Guard for 26 years and retired as a Company First Sergeant; worked as a milwright for 21 years; worked for the State Highway Division as maintenance and safety manager; taught Emergency Driving for new Emergency Medical Technicians at Central Oregon Community College; trained at College Station in Texas for National Emergency Response and Rescue in Incident Command System. Frank wants to teach others the skills needed for First Aid/CPR so that you are prepared for situations while at home, out camping or just passing by a person needing help so that you help save lives until EMS arrives. Frank also teaches Work Zone Traffic Control (flagger) classes; he is very concerned about safety and will put you in compliance with the state, teaching you the do’s and don’ts of work zones and all of the hazards associated with the dangers of the job.