Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Save the Date!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Thoughts and Prayers are with the families, and fellow Law Enforcement Officers of the two Harford County Sheriffs who were killed in the line of duty today.
Monday, December 28, 2015
Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Hamilton Fire Department of Hamilton Ohio, and the Family of Firefighter Patrick Wolterman who died in the Line of Duty this morning while battling a house fire.
Monday, December 14, 2015
Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Chicago Fire Department and the Family of Firefighter/Paramedic Dan Capuano of Tower Ladder 34 who died in the line of duty this morning while battling a warehouse fire in South Chicago.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
Our thoughts and prayers are with Scott Jones, the Jones family, the Aston Twp. Fire Department and all of his friends and colleagues, such a tragic loss. Rest in Peace Brother
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Primos Secane Westbrook Park Fire Company and the Family of John Breslin Rankin Jr. 1948 - 2015Rest in Peace Chief
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the NYPD and the Family of Police Officer Randolph Holder. Rest in Peace!
Saturday, October 17, 2015
We would like to Thank Joe Sr. and everyone at Monaghan's Pub in Essington for hosting a FireFighter Appreaciation Day on Saturday October 24th, starting at 1pm. There will be live entertainment, drink speacials, and complimentary buffet! Joe and everyone at Monaghan's is so appreaciative of everyone in the Emergency Services that they wanted to give back and host this event to help raise funds for the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial! Please come out and spend some time at Monaghan's and Thank Joe! He is raising funds by having special tee shirts made that will be for sale for $15.00 at the Pub. Proceeds from the tee shirt sale will go to the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial...
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Kansas City Fire Department and the Families of Firefighters, Larry J. Leggio of Truck 2 John V. Mesh from Pumper 10REST IN PEACE BROTHERS.
Monday, September 14, 2015
Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! It has taken several days to recuperate, but all for a Great Cause! First we want to thank all of those dedicated golfers who braved the weather and played through at our first annual Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial Golf Outing at the Edgmont Country Club! For the most part, the weather held off and the "heavy stuff" didn't come until the last 3 holes. We are so grateful for all of your support and the generosity of each of our sponsors. We are overwhelmed from the support of so many fire companies, businesses and friends that gave to help the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial Committee and our first ever golf outing. We were sold out of Foursome's, we had an average of 5 hole sponsor's per hole, and our Gold, Platinum and Beverage Sponsors were all filled! We had excellent service and help from the staff at the Edgmont Country Club! But most of all, we would like to thank Chip Lillie, a member of the Memorial Committee, and his staff at Choice Marketing and Choice Gear Cleaning for all of the time, hard work and goodies that you were able to secure and make for us. This event would not have been so successful without the hard work and expertise of Chip Lillie and Joey Tesauro! Once again the teamwork put forth by each member of the Memorial Committee, whether there that day or in obtaining sponsors, golfers, or donations, made this event a success and benefited the Memorial so we can continue to work towards our goals and be ready to support those in need if the situation ever happens again! We would also like to thank all those that attended the annual 9/11 Memorial Service that we help facilitate every year along with the Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation, Delaware County Council and Delco DA Jack Whelan. County Council and DA Whelan continued the annual tradition of taking the time out to reflect every September 11th about what occurred back on 9/11/2001 and also pay tribute to every Police, Fire and EMS worker that keep the citizens of Delaware County safe everyday. This year they awarded the Order of Merit to Ridley Park Police Officer Marc Hanly and officers from Norwood and Tinicum for their Heroism and Bravery during a recent incident. The attendance at this years event was well over 300 people and the audience was filled with many Police, Fire, EMT's and Paramedics as well as everyday citizens. We would like to thank each of you for taking the time out to attend, especially those companies with apparatus.
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