At the January Business meeting on 1/4/17, the fire company’s slate of corporate, line and fire police officers were sworn into their positions by Doylestown Borough Mayor Ron Strouse. Mayor Strouse is also a contributing member of the all-volunteer fire company.
The line officers are lead by Chief Sam Cramer, Jr., who has held the position since 2015. He is joined by Ed Truman as Deputy chief, Battalion Chiefs Will Fluck and Jim Shepard, Captains Lori Westover and Craig Lager, and Lieutenants Don Talenti and Nate Coia. Rich Priolo is the Communications officer.
President Jay Fetterolf, also in his third year, is joined by Steve Walther as first Vice President, Kyle Downs, second Vice President, Tony Montemurro, treasurer, Steve Downs asst. Treasurer, Peter Mills recording secretary, Karen Truman asst. Recording secretary, Jay Stough Financial secretary, Jack Connard assistant financial secretary, and trustees Bill Price, Jim Hampton, Larry Browne, Jeff Anlauf, Steve Cote and Michele Cevasco.
Fire police officers are Capt. George Erb, Lieutenant Gian Lusio, and officers Nick Popchuk, Sam Cesare, Quentin Maust, Peter Mills and Stefan Stillwell.
The Doylestown Firefighters Relief Association installed a slate of officers lead by new President Larry Browne, Vice President Steve Walther, treasurer Barbarajean Wood, asst. Treasurer Jay Stough, Secretary Bill Cope, and asst secretary Steve Downs. The Directors are Jay Fetterolf, Bill Price, Sam Cramer, Jr., Jim Hampton and Lori Westover.
The all-volunteer members of Doylestown FIre Company responded to 608 calls for emergency assistance in 2016. For more information, including how to join, go to doylestownfireco.org
The fire company was dispatched to Limekiln and North Shady Retreat Roads for a report of a vehicle fire at 6:32 PM on January 2, 2017. The first call of 2017 was also the first fire of the year, as firefighters Bill Price and Todd Kulp arrived enroute to the station on scene and reported that the engine compartment was well involved. Engine 19 arrived, and a hand line was pulled and the fire quickly extinguished. Engine 79 arrived and assisted with overhaul.