Phil was elected Chelan Fire and Rescue Fire Commissioner in November 2017, starting his 6 year term January 1, 2018. Phil felt a strong obligation to the Chelan community where he is from to take on the responsibility of Fire Commissioner representing all the people within Fire District 7. Phil moved to Chelan with his family in 1967. In 1975 he joined Chelan County Fire District 7 where he began his fire career. After 7 years with the Chelan County Fire District he moved to Western Washington to continue his career with King County Fire District 36 in Woodinville. After 29+ years in the fire service, both Wildland and Structural Fire he took the opportunity to move back to the family home in Chelan and give back to the community.
- 27 years Wildland Fire Experience
- 14 years Structure Fire Experience
- 20 Years Incident Management Team
- Type II Logistic Section Chief
- 7 Years HR Manager
- 11 Years USA Hockey Coach
- National Association of Fleet Managers
- Lake Chelan Rotary Director
- Small Business owner of Lake Chelan Coffee Company
Graduated from Chelan High School 1976. Attended Wenatchee Valley College. Took and instructed many Wildland and Structural courses over the years.
Anything family, Member of Rotary serving as a director for 2 years, Most sports hockey in particular, helping the community when possible, travel.
Commissioner Moller was born in Spokane Washington in 1958 before moving to Chelan in 1967.