Oh my goodness, I love this!!!!
Super fun night
I almost had to award the Molalla Police Department with the trophy since you left it at the gym....🤣🤣
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Praying for his family, friends and co- workers. So heart wrenching.
The Scio fire department also lost a firefighter. Very sad day.
Be sure to come out to Capasso Court and support your firefighters as they defend the title in this year's Battle of the Badges. The game is this coming Sunday, February 5th at 3:00 pm in the High School gym. #sharethelove2023 #battleofthebadges ... See MoreSee Less
Sunday, we said farewell to our dear friend Firefighter "Super Steve" Miller. We want to thank the community and everyone who showed up to support the Miller family. Rest easy brother, we’ll take it from here. ... See MoreSee Less
RIP 🌹 and thank you for your service to the community as a firefighter.
Thankful for their visit back to Iowa last year, always enjoyed our time with Steve , we had a lot of fun over the years , rest easy my friend
May he rest in peace!❤️
RIP Thank you for your service 🙏🏼 ❤️
Wonderful man and he will be missed
A great Angel watching over his family 🙏
Love you Stevie!! Watch over us from above. ❤️. Hopefully you and Greg are back to your regular shenanigans up there
Rest in peace
Rest In Peace and your service will never be forgotten
Rest in peace brother 😢😢😢🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🚒🚒🚒
Memorial Service Information
Steve Miller, a Molalla Firefighter and retired Clackamas County Sherriff’s Deputy, who lost his battle with Kidney Cancer, will be honored with a public memorial service to be held Sunday, January 29, 2023, at 1300 hrs. (1:00pm) at the Molalla High School located at 357 Frances St., Molalla, OR 97038
Members of the fire service, who wish to honor Steve and his family, are invited to attend and need to respond no later than January 26 at 1700 hrs. (5:00pm) if you plan on sending apparatus.
To respond with number/type of apparatus and total personnel being sent please contact:
Firefighter Janet Patrick at JPatrick@molallafire.org or 503.829.2200
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One of the kindest men I’ve ever known. May you rest in peace.
Steve Miller, a long time volunteer and retired CCSO Corrections Deputy, succumbed to his long battle with cancer on Saturday. If you ever met Steve, you know that he never met anyone that was not his friend. Steve has had such a positive impact on everyone that was around him. He had a smile that was contagious, he was never seen in a bad mood, he was a constant stream of smiles and happiness. Steve maintained his positive attitude until his passing. Steve you have made everyone's life better for being in it. You will be missed. You leave a void that cannot be filled. Our hearts go out to the Miller family. We ask that you respect the family's privacy.
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Thank you for your service....God Bless you and your family
Was an amazing person! Rest easy sir!
I'm proud to have known him, sad that he is gone.
Very sad. He was an outstanding man.
Very sad to hear. Prayers for his family and the brothers and sisters of the fire service and sheriffs too.
Great guy!!! Will forever be in our hearts ❤️
Not all heroes wear capes - this one wore a goatee and a smile! I will miss your laugh. Rest easy Steve
A true Hero and a great guy. 😥
Thank you for your service 💙🙏🏼💙❤️🙏🏼❤️
Meant so much to so many. Forever missed my friend. 🖤💙🖤
no super steve
Thank You Hero.
Molalla Fire completed 2022 with a record 3,227 calls for service!
This is a greater than 1,000 call increase from 10 years ago when we ran 2,185 calls in 2012.
Happy New Year Molalla!
#doingwhateverittakes #molallastrong ... See MoreSee Less
And we appreciate you all! Thank you for your service to the surrounding people! I know personally how greatful I am. Brings me to tears. I will never be able to repay you for your service when I desperately needed you! Thank you for answering that call. I ❤️ molalla
Great job to all of you. I hope you know how much you are appreciated.
Keep up the good work! You folks are fantastic.
Very impressive! Thank you for your service. We truly appreciate you.
Great job 👏
Thank you for your service to our community! We appreciate you!
Outstanding!!!Thank you all for what you do!
Much respect! Thanks for being there for this community!
Thank you so much for all you do!
*** UPDATE 1230 PM***
Hwy 213 is back open.
Union Mills is temporarily open, we expect PGE will be out working on these lines later today or tomorrow.
We have limited resources to close roads, and cannot close off all smaller roads. County roads and ODOT are helping where they can but are also overwhelmed countywide.
Hwy 213 is completely closed between macksburg and Union Mills Rd.
Union Mills Rd is completely closed at Hwy 213.
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213 is open now. I just drove through at 11:17 from OC down to Molalla. But Union mills is still closed
Have power on Heinz Rd were at the end of Woodburn line // wind has picked up form 9ish and holding on
Anybody out there know if the power is out in town of MOLALLA
I seen a confirmed vegetation fire, maybe downed lines?
Janet Durfee Burns
I watch on you tube "Pacific Northwest Weather Watch" (which beats the evening weather by lots), and 50 MPH plus is expected from this next intrusion of a storm.
Why are they closed?
Is union mills back open at 213?