Members of the Middlebury Fire Department marched in the Middlebury Memorial Day Parade on May 29, 2017 to honor and remember those who died while serving our country.
Lieutenant Jeff Carpenter was recognized by the Middlebury College First Responders student group for his work as the club’s faculty advisor. The award was presented by Middlebury College student and firefighter Alex Browne at the inaugural Middlebury College First Responders’ banquet held on May 5th at the Kirk Alumni Center. In addition to serving as an officer with the MFD, Jeff is also the James B. Jermain Professor of Political Economy and International Law at the College; and Alex is a Physics major in the class of 2018.
On behalf of the members of the Middlebury Fire Department, we would like to thank our community for your show of support at the 63rd Annual East Middlebury Ham Supper that was held at the Waybury Inn last week. We truly appreciate your generosity and support.
We would also like to recognize the hard work and dedication of Donna Seibert and the tremendous staff at the Waybury, and the businesses who donated product or services for the event: Black River Produce, Cabot Creamery, Foley Distributing, U.S. Foods, the Valley Voice, and the Vermont Coffee Company. We could not do this without their support.
In continuing the tradition of the ham supper, we look forward to interacting with the community at a time when we are not responding to emergencies, and also to providing community members with the chance to meet up with each other.
Thanks again for your support of the Middlebury Fire Department and for making the supper a success.
Chief David P. Shaw
Captain Donald Mason
Middlebury Fire Department
A recent monetary donation to the Battell Hose Company set forth a project of locating a display case. Captain Mike Bougor located a used antique display case in Colchester Vt after the display case was refurbished by Dr. Tom's Antiques, It now Proudly sits at station one displaying antique fire gear. The Battell Hose Company would like to thank the Raymond and Teresa Churchill for their continued support of our organization
1 new ladder truck approved by the Town for delivery in October 2017
3 new members
34 total members in the department
230 calls for service
2,374 total training hours for the department
The following MFD members were recognized for their service to the department and community at the annual awards dinner on December 10, 2016:
Firefighter Randy Garrow for 5 years of service
Captain Kirk Gallipo for 5 years of service
Captain Paul Garrow for 25 years of service
Captain Kirk Gallipo received the Captain Richard Hayes Training Award for the most hours of training in the department for the prior year (2015) at 198 hours. This award is given in memory of Captain Richard E. Hayes, who passed away in 2001.
Firefighter Jeffrey Carpenter received the chiefs' award for outstanding service to the department in 2016.
Congratulations and thank you!
Congratulations to Ana, Luly, LeRoy, and Brian on Completion of Fire Fighter 1
At the A.C.F.A. annual meeting held in Ferrisburgh Vt the Middlebury Fire Department received the Paul Turpin training award for 2016. This award is given to a department with the highest per member county training hours . The Middlebury Fire Department recorded 26.5 hours per member.
Ron Warner received the A.C.F.A firefighter of the year award for 2016
Asst. Chief Mryon Selleck received the A.C.F.A Chief Officer of the year award for 2016
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