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 Welcome to the

Deerfield Vol. Fire Co., Inc.

2016 Installation Dinner Service Awards:

 

Anthony S. Lacavino Award: Chief Brian DeStefanis Jr.

 

45 Years of Service: Past Chief John Collver

 

40 Years of Service: Wayne Brosemer & Pat Nolan

 

25 Years of Service: Sam Arcuri Jr., Past Chief Richard Douglass,  &  Past Chief Gary DeStefanis Jr.,  Brian Lange

 

15 Years of Service: Kevin Powers

 

10 Years of Service: Angelo Gigliotti & Patrick Yourdon

 

5 Years of Service: Matt Lozada, Maeve Semo, Ed Dudek, & Corky Risley

 

Congratulations to all.

 

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click on picture for article and video.....HELP us Stop Cancer!
 


 

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click picture for Paul Harvey "Fireman" At his BEST he tells what its like to be a firefighter

 


Albert Anthony Abdoo, Jr.,  Past DFC Civil Officer
April 24, 1943 - May 10, 2015
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Anyone have any information of DFD in the past, would you please e-mail them to our

History committee at: historian@deerfieldfire.org

  E-mail photos to ff254@deerfieldfire.org

 


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