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Hauppauge Fire Department

EARLY MORNING CAR FIRE

At about 1:42 AM on July 22, the Hauppauge Fire Department was alerted for a car fire at 187 Roosevelt Blvd. The caller advised that the vehicle on fire was close to other vehicles that were also in danger of catching fire. Engines 3-8-11 and 3-8-14 responded with Chiefs Feron and Walker as well as Fire Marshal Gottlieb. Suffolk PD Arson Squad is investigating.

Order Engraved 9/11 Memorial Bricks On Line

We have added the ability to order and pay for an engraved 9/11 brick at our memorial. Simply click on the link, follow the instructions and you can leave a lasting tribute for a loved one. For more pictures, visit our 9/11 Memorial Page. NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER A BRICK IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE IT INSTALLED BY THIS YEAR'S 9/11 CEREMONIES.

911 Memorial Fund

Like to Purchase a Brick with your Name, Memories, please follow the link above

85th ANNUAL INSPECTION AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

The Department held its' 85th Annual Inspection of the Department and Installation of Officers on May 7th.  Sworn into office were:

Chief of Department Robert S. Wind
1st Assistant Chief Stephen A. Feron
2nd Assistant Chief Ronald E. Walker
Department Treasurer Frank Poma
Recording Secretary Edward Giannelli
Corresponding Secretary Louis D. Marcus
Sgt At Arms Eric Feinberg
Sgt At Arms William Rella
Fire Marshal Greg Gottlieb
Fire Marshal Ed Minder
Senior Chaplain Rev. Ben Burns
Chaplain Rabbi Mendel Teldon
Chaplain Edward Vigneaux
Department Surgeon Dr. Gus Mantia

The following company officers were sworn in:

Captain Tim Juliano, Engine 1
1st Lt. Bill Kunzig, Engine 1
2nd Lt Pat Sieczkowski, Engine 1

Captain Chris Crean, Engine 3
1st Lt. Chris Vescera, Engine 3
2nd Lt. Phil Jennaco, Engine 3

Capt. Thomas C. Kriklava, Engine 4
1st Lt. Tyler DeLuca, Engine 4
2nd Lt. Andrius Bagdziunas, Engine 4

Capt. Thomas Sidik, Truck Co 1
1st Lt. Chris Sutkevich, Truck Co 1
2nd Lt. Scott E Munro, Truck Co 1

The following members of the Department received the following awards:

55 Years of Service:  Ex-Chief G.W. Holtje, Engine 4

50 Years of Service:  Ex-Capt. Paul Baran, Truck Co

30 Years of Service: Ex-Capt. John Kogel and Ex-Capt Jason Pacifico, Engine 3

25 Years of Service:  Ex-Capt. Michael Bozeat, Engine 4 and FF Carl Thomas, Engine 3

20 Years of Service: Ex-Capt. Michael Knopf, Truck Co

15 Years of Service: Capt. John Fetzer, Engine 3, Ex-Capt. Edward Goutink and Chief Robert S. Wind, Truck Co

10 Years of Service: FF CK Collins, Capt Thomas Sidik, FF Anthony DeVito, Lt Chris Vescera, Ex-Capt Nick Mendola and Assistant Chief Ronald Walker

5 Years of Service: FF Tom Goebler, FF Michael Jacobi, FF Bryan Mediate, FF Michael Mendola, FF Shawn Mooney, Lt Scott E. Munro

Awards for Firefighter of the Year went to:
Ex-Captain Joseph Saladino, Engine Co 4
Ex-Captain Louis Marcus, Engine Co 3

ELECTION NIGHT

On Thursday April 7, 2016 The Hauppauge Fire Department held its annual election for Department Line Officers. On behalf of the Hauppauge Fire Department, we would like to congratulate Robert S. Wind on being elected to Chief of Department. We wish you the best of luck in undertaking such an important responsibility in managing a volunteer fire department. Congratulations are also extended to our new 1st Assistant Chief Stephen A. Feron, and newly elected 2nd Assistant Chief Ronald E. Walker.

As we welcome the newly elected chiefs, we would also like to extend sincere gratitude to our newest Ex-Chief, Eugene Oliver. He has served as Chief for the past 6 years, but has been a member of the Hauppauge Fire Department for the past 33 years. Thank you for all of your time, hard work, and dedication to the Hauppauge Fire Department as well as the entire community.


Chief of Department Robert S. Wind


1st Assistant Chief Stephen A. Feron


2nd Assistant Chief Ronal E. Walker

HFD VETERANS HONORED

On February 1, 2016 Suffolk County Legislator Leslie Kennedy and Suffolk County Comptroller John Kennedy presented certificates and medals to military veterans and active military members of the Hauppauge Volunteer Fire Department. The awards, presented on behalf of the Suffolk County Legislature, are meant to honor the service of the men and women who serve in our military.

Yaphank Schedule - PDF Download

The current Yaphank schedule is available for download in PDF format. Click on the link below.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Ways & Means
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Company Drill
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Executive Board Mtg
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