669 Officers

Brian Dunn

 
 
Brian Dunn

Business Manager

Brian has been married to his wife Sheryl for 32 years. They met while serving in the US Army and have two sons, two granddaughters, and one grandson.

A majority of Brian’s time in the field was spent working for Viking Automatic Sprinkler in Portland, Oregon. He began working for Local 669 in 2002 as an Organizer followed by the District 1 Business Agent in 2009. His next role with the Local came in 2013, when he assumed the Secretary Treasurer position followed by his current positon as Business Manager in 2016.

As a US Army veteran, he enjoys shooting in service rifle matches where M-1, M-14, and AR-15 rifles are utilized. Other interest include motorcycles (both on road and off), golf, flying, and camping.

 

Bobby Cooper

 
 
Bobby Cooper

Secretary-Treasurer

In 1986, one year after graduating high school, Bobby became a member of Local Union 669. From his start as an apprentice to his present position as Secretary Treasurer, one value has never changed and that is to give his best because the membership deserves nothing less. This value was instilled in him by his father, a 50-year member in 2018, who Bobby would like to thank for being a great role model to himself and countless others.

Married to Shannon and blessed with one son and three daughters, Bobby spends his free time watching their soccer games and going to events together as a family.

 

Brian Fisher

 
 
Brian Fisher

President-Organizer

Brian has been serving the membership in some capacity since July of 2005. He has a beautiful wife of 20 years and an intelligent and stunning 16 year old daughter. Brian started his sprinkler career with Dalmatian Fire Inc. out of Indianapolis, IN.

He enjoys hunting & fishing.

 

Our local jurisdictions are managed by four Assistant Business Managers, 41 Business Agents, and various Organizers. Click on any of the links in the "In This Section" for more information about the local representative for your area. Below is the District Map so that you can see where your next project lies.

 

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