Thursday, December 18, 2014
The Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company is always looking
for new members. We offer the Training you need to become a firefighter for
free. We supply the gear you need. All you need to do is provide your time,
energy and ambition. We accept members ranging in age from our Juniors age 14
& 15, to our Cadets age 16 & 17, to regular members age 18 & up. Join
our family and help your community when they need help. We receive no pay, but
we do receive a satisfaction of supporting our community at their time of need.
If you have any questions feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will answer your questions or make sure you get an application.
Thursday, December 18, 2014
On December 15, 2014 held the yearly election of Officers.
The following are the results of the election for 2015.
President: Dennis Emmel
Vice President: Richard Fantom
Secretary: Sandy Kennedy
Asst. Secretary: Maxine Moul
Chairman of the Board: William Griffith Sr.
2 Year Board Members: David Holmes, George Schruefer
Chief: Jeff Griffith
1st Assistant Chief: Jeff Petty
2nd Assistant Chief: Joe Strickler
Captain: George Schruefer Lieutenant: Willy Belt
Congratulations To all the 2015 Delta-Cardiff Officers
Sunday, December 14, 2014
at 0242 Station 57 was alerted for a
Vehicle Accident involving fire and unknown injuries, in the 100 Block of Aubel
Road. C57 (Strickler) called en route with E57-4 (Petty) , Rescue 57 (Griffith)
and A57-1 responding shortly after. Fire Police Lt. 57-1 (G. Fantom) arrived on
location with a pickup truck head on into a tree, no fire involved, with one
patient who was out of the vehicle upon arrival. E57-4 and R57 called on location
and began stabilization of the vehicle and road clean-up as A57-1 assessed the
patient who later refused transport. All units cleared at 0320
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station will conduct its semi-annual, full volume test of the emergency warning sirens on Wednesday, Dec. 3 at approximately 1:00 p.m. EST. The semi-annual sounding replaces the full, three-minute sounding on the first Wednesday of each month. The sirens are not a signal to evacuate, but a warning to tune to a local Emergency Alert Broadcast Station.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
The Mason Dixon Dirt Drags scheduled for this Saturday, November 15, 2104 at the Mason Dixon Fairgrounds have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Cardiff VFC currently has PRN and part-time openings for Paramedics. In
partnership with Citizens VFC we provide coverage to approximately 145 square
miles of southeastern York County. We are seeking providers who not only have a
strong clinical background but also are able to deliver compassionate patient
care while interacting professionally with colleagues (career and volunteer),
members of the community and other health care providers.
PALS & CPR certifications
to three years ALS experienced and/or experience functioning in a rural EMS
environment is preferred.
Alex Christ, EMS Manager
Thursday, September 25, 2014
is with deep sadness we announce the death of Life Ladies Auxillary
Member Eleanor Strickler. Eleanor is the grandmother of current Delta-Cardiff
Chief Joe Strickler. Eleanor was a sweet lady that can be remembered for her
smile and nice words. Eleanor was one of
the 5 ladies in town who had emergency phones in their homes. When an emergency
call came in, she would take the information, activate the siren and the first
one at the station would pick up the phone for the information. She also would
call the duty crew for ambo calls. Eleanor was small in stature, but a
"True Giant" in the history of Delta Cardiff VFC. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Strickler family.
Monday, September 15, 2014
The ambulance divisions of Citizens Volunteer Fire Company & Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company along with Brogue Ambulance are pleased to announce their intention to merge. This effort will provide a regionalized approach to delivering patient care in the southeastern York County area. Operating under a unified leadership and responding from strategically positioned locations allows us to promptly deliver high quality patient care in a cost effective manner. No company is saying "we can’t do it on our own" but rather the departments recognized we can do it even better by working together. During the planning phase of the merger the leaders of the departments have worked closely with municipal officials and community members to ensure that we deliver the best possible service to our community members. The merger is slated to be completed in the Spring of 2015. Alex Christ, NREMT-PEMS CoordinatorDelta Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company
Sunday, September 7, 2014
It is with great sadness that both the Delta-Cardiff & Whiteford
Volunteer Fire Companies announce the passing of Life Member Charles “Bubby”
Barben, Jr. after a long hard fought battle with cancer.
Charlie was a life member with both fire companies with 52 years of service.
Charlie served as the primary engineer on the brush truck for several years.
Charlie received numerous awards and was inducted into the Harford/Cecil
Firemen's Hall of Fame in 2013.
Charlie was part of a volunteer fire company family, as most of his family was
or are active members of Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company
Services will be held at the Harkins Funeral Home, located at 600 Main St.
Delta, PA 17314.
Viewing: Thursday 9/11/14 - 6pm to 9pm
Fire Memorial Service @ 2045hrs.
Services: Friday 9/12/14 @ 11am.
Interment at the Stewartstown cemetery.
A fellowship gathering will be held at Whiteford VFC firehouse after the
Our thoughts & prayers are with Charlie's family & friends during this
time of sadness.
Monday, July 14, 2014
The Mason Dixon Fair along with the Delta-Cardiff Volunteer
Fire Company would like to thank our communities that came out and supported us
for the Mason Dixon Fair last week. We were fortunate and had some good weather
with the exception of two nights. The organizers of the fair did an awesome job
as usual in putting on a great fair this year bringing different communities
together and it showed what people working together can do. There is a lot of
hard work that goes into not only organizing it, but also setting up, running,
and tearing it down. Thank you to those that have spent countless hours on the
committee, preparing for and all the volunteers that run it. The people that
are involved are all volunteers. To our communities that came out and supported
us we would like to say THANK YOU for your support!!! Without our communities
support, we could not be there to respond when you call. THANK YOU!!!
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