Wisconsin EMS Association
Alan DeYoung, Executive Director
Wind Lake, WI — Becky Smudde is a dog mom, caregiver, volunteer, and someone who enjoys outdoor adventures. Becky has kept her roots in the Fox Valley area her entire life. She started out as a volunteer Firefighter in 2000 and went on to add EMS to her career path in 2008. Becky has been with Harrison Fire Rescue since beginning her volunteer positions where she also holds the Secretary position for their service. Becky took part in the EMR – EMT Bridge class in 2018 and currently holds her license as an EMT in Calumet County. Harrison Fire Rescue responds to an area that is roughly 35 square miles which includes Village of Harrison, Village of Sherwood, and Town of Woodville. She always looks for ways to better herself and the department, Becky has gone on to take more classes which includes State Certifications in Firefighter 1, Fire Inspector, and Driver Operator/Pumper. Along with ongoing EMS trainings and First Responder Suicide Prevention. She has also held training for local EMS providers to learn how to help K9 Officers in emergency situations just to name a few.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time fishing and boating at her family cabin on White Potato Lake and hanging out with her friends and family. Becky lives by the motto that was instilled in her at a very young age “There is No I in Team”. The Wisconsin EMS Association welcomes her to the Board of Directors! She will hold office for a three-year term and will be a Voice for EMS at the state legislature to help push rural EMS to the forefront.
The Wisconsin EMS Association is a nonprofit trade association that represents and supports the views and interests of its membership in Wisconsin communities by promoting education, sharing information, and facilitating legislative action.