COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES FIRE MUSEUM ASSOCIATION
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
In March of 2017 Captain Joe Woyjeck retired from the Los Angeles County Fire Department where he spent nearly 37 years. Woyjeck is committed to historical preservation of the fire service.and is currently the Vice President of the County of Los Angeles Fire Museum Association. His handy-work can be seen in many restoration projects, and he has chaired numerous events including but not limited to, the 200th Paramedic class graduation, the extremely popular 51 In Quarters and the new Los Angeles County Fire Museum Grand Opening event in 2018. Joe has been with the museum for over 20 years and has twice been the President of the LA County Fire Museum.
His son, Kevin Woyjeck, was one of 19 members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots who died June 30, 2013. Kevin spent many hours volunteering at the Fire Museum.
CAPTAIN PAUL OYLER
Paul Oyler is currently on the Executive Board and is serving as the Secretary for the Los Angeles County Fire Museum Association. Paul started as Battalion Representative in 1986 and has been active with the Museum ever since. After 37 years in the fire service, the last 30 with Los Angeles County, Captain Oyler retired in 2016. Retirement came at just the right time to help open the Fire Museum to the public every Wednesday – Saturday and to assist in preparing for the grand opening of the new museum which occured on July 14th, 2018. Paul’s plan is to continue to help making the museum a great experience for our visitors.