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3 days ago
Thank you to former resident and photographer Barbara Anne Beaucar for her donation of these pictures taken back in 1976. ... See MoreSee Less
Drove two of those trucks.
These are a fantastic addition to the history of the Company.
I drove all of them. And miss the ladder
I remember the good old days. Always ended up on the ladder in the middle of the night. Now a day I drive a 40 foot Mobile Emergency Operations Center in Savannah. Much easier now.
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3 weeks ago
Good luck Chris!Tonight the members gathered to honor Chris John Baun as he will leave tomorrow to serve our country in the U.S.Army. We will miss his quick wit and humor but more importantly his dedication to the Fire and E.M.S. service of Delaware County. Safe travels. We wish you the best wherever this road may take you. ... See MoreSee Less
Many years ago I was a volunteer with Holmes Fire Company---along with my father (past President) and two brothers (one of whom became Assistant Chief)... I treasure the memories of that service. I semi-departed for college. And then for active duty with the Army. So it is really special for me to join in honoring Mr. Baun as he embarks on a new chapter in his life. To Chris: Been there, done that! And I know you'll never forget Station #43!
God bless Chris 🇺🇸Thank for your service. Prayers for your safety.
Be Safe and thank you for your service.
Thanks a lot boys!
God Bless and keep you safe Chris. <3
God be with you!
4 weeks ago
Yesterday Madison stopped by the station to deliver several Build a Bears. In August of 2011 Madison was inside a home that caught on fire. A Police Officer responding gave her a teddy bear from his vehicle. As a way to pay it forward Madison has been donating bears to emergency services to help others. Thank You Madison. ... See MoreSee Less
The Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company welcome you to our web site. The Springfield Fire Company is responsible for the fire protection and fire prevention of approximately 25,000 citizens in the 6.2 square mile area of Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
The township is comprised of residential neighborhoods, commercial properties, and small industrial facilities all situated in a quiet suburban setting. Operating out of the five-bay, modern fire station at 217 Saxer Avenue, Springfield Fire Company currently utilizes six pieces of apparatus and two chiefs vehicles. You will find this site a very informative and enjoyable place to learn more about the Springfield Fire Company. So grab a comfortable chair and be ready to explore the web site of one of the best firefighting organizations in the nation.