2014 History


Chief: Dennis DelBiaggio
Asst. Chief: Daniel DelBiaggio
Asst. Chief: Jerry Lema

Fireman of the Year: Andy Titus

Company 1

  • Capt. Don Bowen
  • Lt. Matt Knowles
  • Marc Daniels
  • Ralph Lopez
  • Clint Michel
  • John Snyder

Company 2

  • Capt. D. DelBiaggio, Jr.
  • Lt. Shane McKay
  • Tyson Boynton
  • Dustin DelBiaggio
  • Francis Enos
  • Tom Grinsell
  • Jack Smith
  • Josh Smith

Company 3

  • Capt. Jif D'Aguanno
  • Lt. Josh Adams
  • Mike Ferguson
  • Byran McWaters
  • John Miller
  • Brian Morrison
  • Terry O'Reilly
  • Andy Titus

Company 4

  • Capt. Rick Nicholson
  • Lt. Becca Hartman
  • Paul Diaz
  • Troy Land
  • Becca Robison

2/11/2014 - Vehicle Fire

FVFD responded to a Chevrolet truck on fire, about 1 mile up the Wildcat.

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2/16/2014 - Firemen's Games

Due to the drought conditions, the games took on a slightly different look this year, trading the water polo for a quick dress competition. Company 3 won the hose lay, while Company 4 cooked the burgers.

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3/1/2014 - Annual Dinner

Awards from the Firemen's Games were presented, along with an award for 2013's Fireman of the Year, Rick Nicholson.

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6/10/2014 - Vehicle Fire

FVFD responded to a vehicle fire that was located in the Eel River at East Ferry.

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7/4/2014 - 4th of July Rides and Parade

Our annual fire truck rides for kids on the Fourth of July.

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11/22/2014 - Water Tender Drill

FVFD held an interagency water tender drill with Loleta, Fortuna, and Rio Dell Fire Departments at Fernbridge Tractor to see how much water we could pump in a rural situation. Turns out, quite a bit, over 750 gallons per minute. Should help our ISO rating, which may help your fire insurance rates.

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12/6/2014 - Putting Up Christmas Lights

We had some of the best weather ever for putting up the lights this year. At 7am when we started it was a balmy 51 degrees, no rain, and no wind. After all the tree trimming done during the year, it was easier getting the lights up and it looks a lot better without the hunch on the east side.

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