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Marydel Fire Company
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Recent News

DCW Wrestling returns to Marydel
Feb 23, 2019
Feb 23, 2019 - DCW Wrestling returns to Marydel, for the first time in 8 years. Advance tickets are available at the Station and by calling 443-786-9147 Tickets are also available at Luigis Pizza in Woodside and The Little Grocer in Dover! Doors Open at 6pm Belltime at 7pm For VIP/Preferred seating call 302-331-5408
 

Volunteers Wanted!!
Feb 12, 2019
Feb 12, 2019 - The Marydel Volunteer Fire Company is looking for Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Personnel to serve their community. Contact Us for more information at 302-492-1965. Check us out on Facebook.
 

Improvements underway in our Banquet Hall
Jan 16, 2019
Jan 16, 2019 - One of many improvements that are underway here at the Station, We have installed a new floor in the hall near the bar. We have plans to remodel the bathrooms in the hall as well. Upgrades to the sound system are also in the works.
 

Delaware Senate Awards Buffy Madden
Jan 11, 2019
Jan 11, 2019 - On January 11, 2019 during our monthly wing night,  Senator Dave Lawson Awarded Past Chief Gary "Buffy" Madden with a Tribute from the Delaware Senate for his 25 consecutive years of service as Fire Chief.
 

2019 Officers
Jan 2, 2019
Jan 2, 2019 - The elected Officers of the Marydel Fire Company, Inc. were installed tonight at our monthly meeting. Jason Capps, President of the Delaware State Ambulance Association performed the installation. Below is a list of the Officer’s for 2019. President: Randy Barr Vice President: William Lepore Secretary: Denise Madden Treasurer: Les States Fire Recorder: Mike Bredin Board of Directors: Leon Hyde Board of Directors: Andy Kline Board of Directors: Earl Lofland SR. Fire Chief: Justin Madden Deputy Chief: Gary Madden 1st Assistant Chief: Randy Barr 2nd Assistant Chief: Ricky Thomas Captain: Gary Bolden Captain: Josh Hartnett Lieutenant: Gregory Bolden Lieutenant: Mike Bredin Crew Leader: Brandon Thompson Chief Engineer: Earl Lofland JR. Assistant Engineer: Earl Lofland SR. Fire Police 56-30: Les State Fire Police 56-31: Leon Hyde Fire Police 56-32: Chris Fox Fire Police 56-33: Andy Kline Fire Police 56-34: Earl Lofland SR. Fire Police 56-35: Carl Buck
 

Santa's Special Visit
Dec 22, 2018
Dec 22, 2018 - This afternoon The Marydel Fire Company welcomed Santa in to town. Santa had a surprise visit to a very special person. Santa asked Chief Buffy Madden to give him a ride to Gerimiah's house. You see, Santa asked us to do this for him because this was Geremiah's Christmas wish again this year. He asked Santa to visit him this Christmas on a firetruck! The reindeer were too busy resting up for the long ride on Tuesday. Chief Buffy Madden arrived at Gerimiah's house and established Operation Santa. On arrival Gerimiah was excited when Santa exited the fire truck. Santa greeted Gerimiah, Rily, and Anaiyah and offered to take them for a ride. Gerimiah was eager to go. He loved the ride with Santa. He also loved the sirens. On behalf of the Marydel Volunteer Fire Company and the Pennington family we would like to wish Gerimiah, Rily, Anaiyah and family A Very Merry Christmas!
 

MVC Rollover
Mar 14, 2018
Mar 14, 2018 - 03/14/2018
 

MVC Rollover
Mar 7, 2018
Mar 7, 2018 - MVFC was alerted along with Station 700 for the Engine Co. for report of an MVC with rollover. 715 arrived to find a singe vehicle rollover. 56-17 established Millville Road Command. Pumper Rescue 56-3 and Ambulance A-56 made the response. Crews arrived and initiated patient care and secured the vehicle. Patient refused treatment. Command returned all units. Scene was turned over to MSP for investigation.
 

Rescue Assist 700 MVC Rollover
Feb 27, 2018
Feb 27, 2018 - 02/27/2018
 

MVC Halltown RD
 

Engine 56-1 transfers to Station 700
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - MVFC was alerted for an Engine Transfer to Station 700 (Goldsboro). Engine 56-1 with a crew of 4 covered Station 700 while they operated at a working incident on Willow Pond Rd Denton, MD 21629. While at Station 700 members assisted in preparing for the winter storm.
 

Be Prepared, Cold Weather is Here!
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - ~~With an arctic blast settling in the Delmarva region as expected, organizations are reminding residents to stay safe in the cold weather. When the temperatures drop, certain pipes – including outdoor pipes or pipes in unheated interior areas or areas with little insulation – are all at risk of freezing, the American Red Cross warns. ~~To protect and prevent your pipes from freezing before the cold weather hits, follow these tips from the Red Cross: --Drain water from swimming pool and water sprinkler supply lines. Do not put antifreeze in these lines, as it can be harmful to the environment and dangerous to humans, pets, wildlife and landscaping. --Remove, drain and store hoses used outdoors. Close inside valves supplying outdoor hose bibs. Open the outside hose bibs to allow water to drain, and keep the outside valve open so that any water in the pipe can expand without causing it to burst. --Add insulation to attics and crawl spaces. --Check other areas in your home where water supply lines may be located in unheated areas, such as the garage and under kitchen or bathroom cabinets. Hot and cold water pipes in these areas should be insulated. --Consider installing products such as a “pipe sleeve,” “heat tape” or “heat cable” on exposed water pipes. Newspaper can also provide some insulation to exposed pipes. --Keep garage doors closed if there are water supply lines there. --Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate. --When the weather is very cold, allow cold water to drip from a faucet served by exposed pipes. If your pipes do freeze in the colder weather, try these tips: --Keep the faucet open. As the frozen area begins to melt, water will begin to flow again. Running water through the pipe will help to melt ice. --Apply heat to the frozen section of the pipe by using an electric heating pad, a hair dryer, a portable space heater or with towels soaked in hot water. Do not use a blowtorch, kerosene, propane heater, charcoal stove or other open flame device to heat the pipe. --Apply heat until full water pressure is restored. If the frozen area is unknown or not accessible, call a licensed plumber. --If one pipe freezes, check other faucets in the home to see if other pipes have frozen as well.
 

2018 EMS Officers
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - Congratulations to the 2018 EMS Officers
 

2018 Administrative Officers
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - Congratulations to the 2018 Officers!!
 

2018 Fire Line Officers
Jan 3, 2018
Jan 3, 2018 - Congratulations to the 2018 Officers!!
Local Weather
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Winds:
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73o Fair
15 MPH North East
Thu March 24, 2016
Upcoming Events
February 22, 2019 - The 81 Run Band
March 6, 2019 - Company Meeting
April 3, 2019 - Company Meeting
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