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Glenolden Fire Company Station 5 updated their profile picture.
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The Officers and Members of Glenolden Fire Company are happy to announce the 2020 Company Officers
Fire Chief- Christopher Galanaugh
Assistant Chief- Jonathan McGowan
Ladder Captain- Brian Righter
Engine Captain- Shawn Murphy
Lieutenant- Erek Bierlein
Lieutenant- Michael Bramble
Chief Engineer- Ryan Sullivan
Engineer- Jim Daveler
Engineer- Vince Latham
Engineer- Lisa Kacala
Asst. Engineer- Garrett Thompson
Asst. Engineer- Sean Righter
President- Michael McGowan
Vice President- Erek Bierlein
Recording Secretary- Brian Hassel
Treasurer- Gerry McGettigan
Financial Secretary- Jason Wilhelm
Board of Directors
The Officers and Members of the Glenolden Fire Company would like to thank you for your continued support and look forward to another safe and productive year in 2020. ... See MoreSee Less
Good luck! We look forward to a productive year working with you guys!
Congratulations to all. Thank you for keeping us safe.
Congratulations to all. Keep up the good work and stay safe.
Congratulations!! Thank you all for volunteering and keeping the community safe!!!
Congratulations to all of you and thank you for serving our community.
Congratulations to all the Officers and have a safe year 🚒
Congratulations To all
Congratulations an God Bless All for ur service an support.?do u send envelope out for donation? Glenolden resident Rosanne England
Congratulations to all
Best of luck guys!
Congratulations to all !!!!
Congratulations from the officers and members
Congrats to all !!!
Glenolden Fire Company Station 5 shared a post.
3 weeks ago
It has been a very busy start of 2020 for Delaware County fire departments. Please take a few minutes to check to make sure you are fire safe. Fire prevention is not a part time responsibility. Please check your heaters, unplug unused items, limit your use of extension cords, and check your dryer vents. Remember unattended cooking is very dangerous. Take a minute to check smoke detectors. Make sure you are closing bedroom doors when you sleep. These tips could save your life, the life of a loved one, and your pets. This can also prevent the lost of your home and possessions. If you have any questions about fire prevention please do not hesitate to reach out to your fire department. ... See MoreSee Less
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