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Marydel Fire Company
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Marydel, DE 19964




Recent News

New Sign
Jan 10, 2023
Jan 10, 2023 - Have you seen our new sign? It will definitely get anyone's attention who drive past it! Come advertise with us! Business advertisements, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, etc. Prices start at $25 depending on the advertisement or celebration. Contact 443-786-9147 for more details! You can provide the graphics or we can make one for you.
 

Horse Rescue
 

MVC Barclay Road
Dec 16, 2022
Dec 16, 2022 - Marydel Fire along with Mutual-Aide Station 51 was alerted for an unknown MVC on Barclay Road, Engine 56-1 under the Command of 1st Asst Chief Bredin responded with 5 Firefighters units arrived to find a single vehicle MVC well off the road and into a field. Crews packaged the patient and secured the vehicle.56-17 placed the box under control and returned units. Units Responding: Engine 56-1, Squad 56,51-2PM 600, Fire Police.
 

Marydel mourns the lost of past EMS Lieutenant Alan Gray Sherman
Nov 26, 2022
Nov 26, 2022 - Alan Gray Sherman-age 77 of Maynardville, TN born December 18, 1944 passed away Saturday morning, November 26, 2022 at his home. He was a member of St. Albert the Great Catholic Church, Knoxville. He was a retired Veteran of the United States Navy at the rank of Master Chief with 24 years of service. He held a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Education from Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Masters of Arts degree in Public Administration from Webster University; National Fire Academy, Certificate in Emergency Medical Service Management; The University of Delaware, certificate in Public Administration. Alan also was an Adjunct Paramedic Program Instructor for Chesapeake College and Cecil College (Sep 2008) and was the Delaware State EMS office AED coordinator 2009 to 2011; Training Administrator 2011 to 2014. Preceded in death by: son, Nicholas Sherman; parents, Elbridge and Irma Sherman; brother, Earl Sherman. Survivors: wife of six years, Josefina Sherman; sons, Scott Eskwitt and wife, Christine; Nathaniel J. Sherman and wife, Stephanie; daughters, Julie Goldthwaite and husband, Robert; Nikia Sherman; step-children, Kristopher Smith and wife, Kriston; Peggy Quezada; five grandchildren, Graylyn, Millee, Nora, Gio and Samantha. Sister-in-law, Nancy Sherman. The family will receive friends 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. Wednesday, November 30, 2022 with a Mass of Christian Burial following at 1 p.m. Wednesday, St. Albert the Great Catholic Church, 7200 Brickey Lane, Knoxville, Tennessee 37918, Celebrants: Monsignor Patrick Garrity, Father Neil Pezzulo, Deacon Larry Rossini, Deacon Mike Duncan, Deacon Bob Smearing. A celebration of life reception will follow the service at the church. Burial will be at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia at a later date. Arrangements by Cooke-Campbell Mortuary, Maynardville.
 

MVC Response
Oct 14, 2022
Oct 14, 2022 - Squad 56 and Ambulance 56 were dispatched along with Paramedic 17 for a report of a All-Terrain MVC, Squad 56 responded with 56-17 with 6 firefighters. Squad 56 went on scene to confirm the report from Caroline Dispatch 56-17 established Marydel Road Command and confirmed 1 patient being assed by Ems personnel Squad 56 members secured the ATV.56-17 placed the incident under control and PM-17 transported the patient to KGH. Units Responded: Paramedic 17, Squad 56, A-56, Brush 56 CCFP.
 

Fire Prevention Week
Oct 9, 2022
Oct 9, 2022 - It's Fire Prevention Week. Fire won't wait. Plan your escape.
 

Vehicle Fire
Oct 7, 2022
Oct 7, 2022 - Stations 56 and 51 were dispatched for a Vehicle Fire,Squad 56 made the response with 56-15 and a crew of 4 .Units arrived to find a pickup truck fully involved. Firefighters suppressed the Fire and cleared. Units Responding: Squad 56, Command 51, 51-2, Fire Police, DSP.
 

Controlled Burn with Camden Wyoming
May 21, 2022
May 21, 2022 - On May 21,2022 Station 56 Assisted the Camden Wyoming Fire Co on a controlled burn of a farm house. Tanker 56 and Engine 56-1 both made the response and under the command of 1st Assistant Chief Bredin 56 units arrived and 56-17 conducted a 360 degree size up of the structure. Members were able to participate in live fire evolutions .The Fire Line Officers wish to Thank Station 41 for inviting our members to participate in the Joint Training Excercise.
 

Training Night
Feb 22, 2022
Feb 22, 2022 - Marydel Members participated in Hose line Deployment under the direction of Captain Bolden. The Fire Line Officers thank those members that participated.
 

Busy Weekend for Marydel
Jan 28, 2022
Jan 28, 2022 - The Chief would like to thank his team for stepping up for three straight days to make sure the citizens of Marydel and surrounding towns were protected during the storm. As well as making sure those that should not be shoveling sidewalks etc. were cleared.
 

EMT Needed - Job Posting
Dec 31, 2021
Dec 31, 2021 - Part–time Emergency Medical Technician Click here to apply: https://goo.gl/mHiWWt
 

Mvc with roll over
Feb 1, 2021
Feb 1, 2021 - At approximately 02:53 on 2/1/2021 the Marydel volunteer fire company was alerted for and a small fuel spill. Engine 56-1 with a crew of 5 under the command of 2nd assistant chief R. Short 56-18 went responding. After arriving on location 56-1 crew found that the fuel spill was result of a plow truck running off the shoulder of the road and rolling over in the ditch. 56-1 assumed command and advised dispatch to alert Maryland department of environmental (MDE) for an active for the fuel spill. While waiting for MDE to get on location 56-1s crew put out absorbent socks to control the leaking fuel. Once MDE was on location it was determined that the vehicle was safe to upright and be removed from the ditch 56-18 went under control hold units working. While the truck was being up righted 56-1 provided traffic control by blocking the road and lighting for the tow company to work. Once out of the ditch 56-18 turned the scene over the MSP and Maryland state highway unit cleared returning available.
 

Members said farwell to Andy today as he made his final journey.
Jan 19, 2021
Jan 19, 2021 - Andy's final journey & farwell.
 

Funeral for Andy Klein
Jan 17, 2021
Jan 17, 2021 - Andrew 'Andy' Klein II, 88
 

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