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Page last updated May 25, 2017

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 Firefighter     Fire & EMS Member

Line Officers  2017-2018

Fire Department Officers 2017-2018

chief Chief  Michael Congelosi, EMT

President  Tom Brown

1stasst 1st Assistant Chief  Russ Turner Vice Pres. Paul Lepke
2asst 2nd Assistant Chief  John Skinner Secretary Jesse Noren
capt Captain Tim Dexheimer Treasurer Russell Turner
   1st lt bars     1st Lt. L.A. Weyant Chaplain Wayne Elberth
lt   2nd Lt. Rob Ward  
   Engineer  Corey McAbier  
  1st Asst Engineer Ray Muthig  
  2nd Asst Engineer Ken Bivins  

capt  Fire Police Captain Paul Essex

 Chairman Howie Petro

Tom Brown

Jon Shamro

      Tim Dexheimer        

Paul Lepke

Board of Directors
LA Weyant John Bankich
   Steve Hough      Mike Depuy
                                                          Tom Mitchell                                                             

Active Member Roster

Ken Bivins Bill Cockshutte, Past Chief, Life Member
  Austin Congelosi chief Mike Congelosi, Chief/EMT
Carl Denman, Past Chief, Life Member Tim Dexheimer, Past Chief
Mike Depuy Sharon Doyle FF/EMT
Paul Essex, Past Chief/Fire Police Captain Ralph Hornbeck, Past Chief
Steve Hough   Henry Kaufman, FF/EMT
Patrick Krumack Paul Lepke, Past Chief
John Leigh  Corey McAbier
Chris "CJ" McGrath, Jr  John Munoz
  Ray Muthig Bobbi Noren, FF/EMT
Jesse Noren  Howie Petro
Mike Ryan, Jr.  Arthur Rubenzahl
Jim Ruhlin Devin Simon
2asst John Skinner, 2nd Assistant Chief  Nicole Squires
  Scott Squires Seth Tucker
1stasst Russ Turner, 1st Assistant Chief Rob Ward 
L.A. Weyant  

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Fireman's Prayer

When I am called to duty, God,

Wherever flames may rage,

give me strength to save some life

whatever its age.

Help me embrace a little child

before it is too late,

or save an old person

from the horror of that fate.

Enable me to be alert

and hear the weakest shout.

and quickly and efficiently,

to put the fire out.

I want to fill my calling

and to put the best in me,

to guard my every neighbor

and protect his property.

And if according to my fate,

I am to lose my life,

please bless with thy protecting hand

my children and my spouse.

(Author unknown)







The Fireman's Wife's Prayer

The table's set, the meal's prepared, our guests will soon arrive.

My husband once more disappears with a hope of keeping a child alive.

While waiting at home alone, our plans having gone awry,

My first impulse is merely to sit right down and cry.

But soon again I realize the importance of my life

When I agreed to take on the duties of being a fireman's wife.

While there are many drawbacks, I'll take them in my stride,

Knowing "My Daddy saved a life" our children can say with pride.

The gusting winds and raging flames may be his final fate.

But with God's help I can remain my fireman's faithful mate.