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OUR MISSION

To minimize injuries, and property loss from fire, hazardous conditions, rescue situations, and other disasters, by providing excellent state of the art, life and
property conservation, emergency and educational services while recognizing our people as our most important resource and the key to our success!

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THREE NEW OFFICERS APPOINTED AND RECEIVE THEIR BADGES DURING A RECENT PINNING CEREMONY.

 

Captain Richard Driscoll - Tariffville Station

Captain Driscoll Pinning  Driscoll Family

Captain Rich Driscoll is pinned by his wife Debbie.                                           Captain Rich Driscoll with his proud family.

 

 

 Lieutenant Kenneth Boudreau - Firetown Station

 K Boudreau Pinning  K Boudreau Family

 Lieutenant Ken Boudreau is pinned by his Daughter Maggie.                                                A proud Daughter and Dad.

 

 

Lieutenant Brian Everest - Tariffville Station

 Everest Pinning   Everest Family

   Lt Everest is pinned by his girlfriend Rebecca.                                          Lieutenant Brian Everest and his proud family.

                             

 

SOME ADDITIONAL PHOTOS:

Chief Reading Promotional Order 

Chief Jim Baldis reading the promotional order to the new officers, members, family and friends.

 

 Rich Driscoll and Wife Debbie  Brian Everest and Rebecca

                      Capt. Driscoll gets a kiss from his wife Debbie                                                  Lt. Brian Everest with Rebbecca

 

Chief Officers looking on  

             Chief Officers from Left To Right: 1st Asst. Chief Gilbert, Deputy Chief Kowalski, 2nd Asst. Chief Brown, 2nd Asst. Chief Kelley

When clearing snow on your property please remember to remove the snow from around the Fire Hydrants.

A hydrant in your neighbor's yard is there to protect your family and your home too.  

Please work with your neighbors to keep the hydrants clear.

Buried Hydrants delay access to the water supply that may be needed to fight a fire in your neighborhood.

CHARITABLE FUND SET UP TO ASSIST SIMSBURY FIREFIGHTERS INVOLVED IN CRASH

On October 2, 2019 two Simsbury Volunteer Firefighters were passengers aboard the vintage B17 that crashed at Bradley Airport.  While we are thankful that our members are among the survivors of this terrible tragedy, our hearts go out to all of the families of those that did not make it.  Firefighter Jim Traficante is currently recovering at home and Firefighter JT Huber is being treated at the Bridgeport Burn Center and will have a more extensive recovery ahead of him.  Over the last few weeks, there has been an outpouring of support and requests to help.  At this time, the Simsbury Firefighters Charitable Fund has been established to help with expenses that the two Simsbury Firefighters and their families may incur while recovering from their injuries.

Donations can be made on line through this PayPal link:  

 

or you can send a check made payable to:

Simsbury Firefighters Charitable Fund

 

A check can be mailed to us :

Simsbury Volunteer Fire Company

Attn: Simsbury Firefighters Charitable Fund

871 Hopmeadow St

Simsbury, CT  06070

Or directly to the bank handling the account:

Liberty Bank

Attn: Simsbury Firefighters Charitable Fund

981 Hopmeadow St

Simsbury, CT 06070

 

Remembering the Fallen

Remembering the Fallen

In memory of those firefighters who died in the line of duty

For All Emergencies

Call 911 for all Emergencies