Line Officers
Fire Chief Jeff Cruciani    
Deputy Chief Kevin Kearney    
Captain Dave Kobierecki    
Lieutenant  Ed Santerangelo Ryan Olenick  
Health and Safety Joseph Tanana    
Chief Engineer Joe Quinn    
Assistant Chief Engineer Tim Fanning    
Firefighter II
Bill Bekanich Jeff Cruciani Vito Depietro Ryan Filipkoski
Kevin Kearney Jim Kuzmak Chris Melodia Ken Oakley
Firefighter I
Nicco Cruciani Ken Esterline Tim Fanning Pat Judge
Dave Kobierecki Derek Lammers Nick Lubniewski Jay Miller
Kate Miller Ed Santerangelo Jason Santerangelo Bob Smargiassi
Joseph Tanana Jerry Zorechak    
Jim Bell Clark Campbell III John (Squirmy) Caviston Joe Cirba Sr.
John Furdock Fred Honney John Jones Robert Keith
Scott Krizovich Jerry Moskalczak Ryan Olenick Brett Phillips
Gene Pierson Joe Quinn Ken Sanko Collin Santerangelo
Jeramy Staples Tom Tratthen    
Junior Firefighter
Rhonda Phillips Taylor Proch    
Probationary Members
Retired Members
Rev. Scott McGrady      
Administrative Officers
President Tony Cardell    
Vice President Thomas Mckeon    
Treasurer Randy Schmidt    
Financial Secretary Betty Ann Fanning    
Secretary Dave Kobierecki    
Trustees Tim Fanning Dennis Pabis Jim Randelunas
Non-Operational Members
Joann Berta George Boyce Jr. Tony Cardell Brandon Coates
Brandon Cortazar John Dixon Jenn Esterline Betty Ann Fanning
Mike Fex Maureen Honney Tom McKeon Kathy Moskalczak
Ann Oakley Kara Olenick Dennis Pabis Jim Randelunas
Justin Randelunas Kristine Santerangelo Jenn Hopkins Schmidt Randy Schmidt
Kathryn Spellman Joshua Tomarelli Gary Wilding Mike Zdunski


Blakely Hose Co. #2 is looking for new members. Anyone 16 years of age and older is encouraged to submit an application. If interested please contact us at the station 383-2238 or by e-mail.  Download an application here. 


A Fireman's Life
A fireman's life is one big surprise,
Usually he laughs, sometimes he cries.
There's always stress, toil and strife,
Hoping he's good enough to save just one life.

His wife understands, when he misses dinner,
If he runs out of church, don't think he's a sinner.
Answering a call, is tops on his list,
Regretting each one he's ever missed.

He tries and tries, but can't make us see,
The happiest men, still work for free.
Jumping from bed, fighting the cold,
Knowing what to do, without being told.

He rushes to the station, jumps on a truck.
Depending on skill, never on luck.
Putting his life on the line, for an unknown friend,
Hoping and praying, it won't be the end.
"The Bravest Men in the World", the title is fitting,
They all do their best, never come close to quitting.
Next time you see them, all their lights blinking,
Take just a minute, to think what they're thinking.

It's a hard job, so show them you care,
And help them out, with a little prayer.

-- Daniel S. Driscoll. --