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HAMLIN TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
 

Hamlin Township Fire Department is a on-call VOLUNTEER Fire Department. The Township is very proud to have such a hard-working, dedicated Fire Department.

Members Include:

Steve Vandervest      Fire Chief, Firefighter, Medical First Responder 37 Year Veteran
Tom Johnson Assistant Chief, Firefighter, Medical First Responder      21 Year Veteran
Virginia Bennitt Firefighter 13 Year Veteran
Matt Bryant Firefighter, Lt, Medical First Responder 21 Year Veteran
Mike Cooper Firefighter, Medical First Responder, Safety Officer 17 Year Veteran
Brian Holleman Firefighter, Medical First Responder 22 Year Veteran
Andy Larr Firefighter, Medical First Responder 10 Year Veteran
Pat Soper Firefighter 9 Year Veteran
Den Vandervest Firefighter, Captain 35 Year Veteran
Noah Laird Firefighter 8 Year Veteran
Glen Bieber Firefighter, Medical First Responder 7 Year Member
Elizabeth Reimink Firefighter, Medical First Responder, Training Officer 6 Year Member
Shawn McLain Firefighter, Medical First Responder 4 Year Member
Jordan Johnson Firefighter 1 Year Member
Shane Sniegowski Firefighter 1 Year Member
Brad Sniegowski Firefighter 1 Year Member
Justin Melchart Firefighter 1 Year Member

In December 2008, the Hamlin Township Fire Department received $32,169.00 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security to purchase five new Air-Pak’s, Charging System, Pak-Tracker Hand Held Receiver and Carbon Cylinders.

In August 2007, the Hamlin Township Fire Department received $30,685.00 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security to purchase 16 new sets of firefighter personal protective equipment and a thermal imaging camera.

Firefighters are the first line of defense in our communities and the Hamlin Township Board of Trustees helps to provide them with the equipment necessary to carry out their jobs. Upgrades will better ensure the safety of our local firefighters as they volunteer to protect lives and property in Hamlin Township.

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