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Board of Directors
The Golden Valley Fire Relief Association is managed by a group of seven officers, which includes a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary and two trusties. These roles cover many responsibilities including administrating the firefighters pension fund, coordinating several events throughout the year, and working with city staff on behalf of its members.
As president of the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association, Dominique Guzman is responsible for general supervision of the association and board. He also facilitates board and general membership meetings, shows constant regard and assurance that the best interest of the general membership is being served and promotes association camaraderie. Dom is the Lieutenant at GVFD Station One and has served the department for nine and a half years. His full-time job is a 6th Grade Teacher at Central Park Elementary in the Roseville Area School District. His family, Jessica (15 years married), Tyler(20), Jaxson(11) and Grayson(10) are huge supporters of his services. When Dom isn’t busy serving the GVFD and GVFRA, you can find him staying active and running.
As the vice president of the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association, Jeff is responsible for performing the duties of the president during absence, provide assistance as needed for execution of association activities, and organizes all fundraising events, public relations and social events. Jeff has been with the Golden Valley Fire Department since 2013, and serves as a Lieutenant at Station Three. His wife, Emily, and their five children have been very involved with the GVFRA over the years. Jeff is a real-estate agent, and likes to play softball, do a lot of home improvements and watch kids’ hockey when he’s not grooming his firefighter-worthy mustache.
As the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association treasurer, Chris has many responsibilities that include managing, controlling and reporting on all cash flows in and out of the accounts of the association, reconciling and reporting on the association accounts, and assisting the president to inform and educate city officials on audit and financial positions. One of his most important duties is to keep and maintain records of current, deferred and retired firefighter’s pension calculations and distributions. Chris is a 26-year member of the Golden Valley Fire Department and is a full-time real estate agent, investor and property manager. He is supported by his wife, Lisa, and their sons, Jacob and Peter.
As secretary of the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association, Matt Preston is responsible for publish notices of meetings of the association, maintain all necessary association records and rosters, and develop and assist with conducting association orientation for new members. Matt has been on the Golden Valley Fire Department for nearly 20 years. Along with his dedication to the GVFRA, Matt is the Captain at fire station two in Golden Valley and his full-time job is a software engineer. He is supported by his wife and two children.
Aila Crumley serves as one of two trustees for the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association. A trustee’s responsibilities include assisting board members in their duties when requested, assisting in the development of association operational processes, and learning the roles of other board officers with the intention of achieving higher office. Aila has served the Golden Valley Fire Department since 2017 and is a Manufacturing Engineer Manager when she’s not putting the “wet stuff on the red stuff.” She enjoys being active in the outdoors, spending time with family and friends, and traveling with her husband, Dain.
As the newest member of the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association board, Josh is the second trustee in the organization. A trustee’s responsibilities include assisting board members in their duties when requested, assisting in the development of association operational processes, and learning the roles of other board officers with the intention of achieving higher office. Josh has been with the Golden Valley Fire Department since 2017. When he’s not putting out fires, extricating people from cars and giving medical attention to Golden Valley citizens – Josh is spending time with his wife, Tiffany and son, Mason.