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Tim Wall - Chief
Terry Wall - Assistant Chief
Brendan Blakeslee - Rescue Captain
Jim Carroll - Engine Captain
Steve Lapaglia - Rescue Lieutenant
Jerry Getman - Engine Lieutenant
Kevin Wall - Engineer
Frank Ferrari - Secretary/Treasurer


Brian Andrews
Derick Bennett
Bill Christopoulos
Stephen Corneau
Kenneth Curylo
Scott Craig
Joseph Dacunto
Graham Dale
Charles Faustine
Paul Ferri
Tony Fields
Lou Homerston
Robert Huebner
Michael Jewczyn
Aaron Kelley
Jeffrey Marshall
Dustin Miner
Daniel Moore
Mike Morris
Kevin Muravnick
Matthew Nolan
Jules Perreault
Paul Powell
Shawn Pyer
Alex Ramirez
Timothy Rowe
Jeff Simkulak
Tom Wall
Michael Wells
Chris Zolkiewicz


He’s the guy next door - a man’s man with the memory of a little boy.
gotten over the excitement of engines and sirens and danger.
He’s a guy like you and me with warts and worries and unfulfilled dreams.
Yet he stands taller than most of us.
He’s a fireman.
He puts it all on the line when the bell rings.
A fireman is at once the most fortunate and the least fortunate of men.
He’s a man who saves lives because he has seen too much death.
He’s a gentle man because he has seen the awesome power of violence out of control.
He’s responsive to a child’s laughter because his arms have held too many small bodies that will never laugh again.
He’s a man who appreciates the simple pleasures of life - hot coffee held in numb, unbending fingers - a warm bed for bone and muscle compelled beyond feeling - the camaraderie of brave men - the divine peace and selfless service of a job well done in the name of all men.
He doesn’t wear buttons or wave flags or shout obscenities.
When he marches, it is to honor a fallen comrade.
He doesn’t preach the brotherhood of man.

He lives it.
- Author unknown