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NJ FMBA supports Phil Murphy for NJ Governor

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Clifton FMBA 21 Was glad to participate in last night’s event in support of Phil Murphy for Governor. For nearly eight years Governor Christie has treated New Jersey’s public employees like the bad guys. January 2018 can’t come soon enough!

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FMBA Local 21 is proud of and congratulates the following on their promotions!

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FMBA Local 21 is proud of and congratulates the following on their promotions:

 

Deputy Fire Chief Frank Prezioso
Fire Captain Eric Marshalleck
Fire Captain William LeGates
Fire Lieutenant Thomas Tafro
Fire Lieutenant Michael Rubine
Fire Lieutenant George Kruckmeyer
Fire Lieutenant Will Espinoza Jr

 

“These men have distinguished themselves and earned the respect of their fellow firefighters, as well as the community they serve,” stated John Beard, President, Clifton FMBA Local 21. “It is absolutely critical that we have skilled leadership as we respond to the nearly 12,000 calls that come through our firehouses on a yearly basis. I am hopeful that The City of Clifton will also use these promotions as an opportunity to fill the lower ranks of our Department with men and women that want to serve, and give them the chance to learn from some of the very best.”

 

–Story by Steve Lenox Consulting

 

ABOVE: Deputy Fire Chief Frank Prezioso

ABOVE: Fire Captain Eric Marshalleck

ABOVE: Fire Captain William LeGates
ABOVE: Fire Lieutenant Thomas Tafro
ABOVE: Fire Lieutenant Michael Rubine
ABOVE: Fire Lieutenant George Kruckmeyer

ABOVE: Fire Lieutenant William Espinoza Jr.

West Orange Saint Patrick’s Day Parade 2017

On Sunday, March 12, more than 30 members of Clifton FMBA Local 21 joined with members of Paterson FMBA Local 2 to march in the West Orange St. Patrick’s Day parade.

“Irish Americans have traditionally played a proud role in protecting our communities through the fire service,” stated John Beard, President, Clifton FMBA Local 21. “Our departments are now much more diverse, giving us ample opportunities to celebrate the many cultures that now work together to make ours the greatest job in the world!”

–Story by Steve Lenox Consulting

Don’t Forget!

Please Shovel Your Nearest Fire Hydrant!

 

Help Us, Help You- Please Shovel Your Nearest Fire Hydrant!

A message about Winter Storm Stella…

From the Clifton Fire Department Office of Emergency Management:

 

If you do not have to be on the road stay home and allow the DPW to clear the roads.

 

If possible please move all vehicles off the road so the plows can remove the snow from curb to curb on the streets.

 

Once the roads are plowed and cleared please do not place any items in the road to save parking spaces. These items create safety hazards and will be removed and discarded.

 

Please assist the Fire Department by clearing any fire hydrants in front of your property. If you are elderly or unable to clear the fire hydrant please mark the location of the fire hydrant as best as possible to assist the fire department in locating it and shoveling it out.

 

Please be vigilant of your neighbors in case they need assistance.

 

In case of an emergency call 911 and the fire and police departments will respond to assist you with your needs.

 

Thank you for your assistance , and as always be safe.

In Like Flynn- NJ FMBA Cooked and Uncorked 2017

Clifton FMBA 21 members recently placed 2nd place in the Annual NJ FMBA Cooked and Uncorked fundraiser. Pictured from right to left: Tim Flynn, Tom Slanina, Andrew Intili, and President John Beard. See article above for more details.

Change your clock! Change your batteries!

Please help with a donation for Anthony Englehardt

This past December Anthony Englehardt was diagnosed with Advanced Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Anthony is a 16-year-old volunteer firefighter who is a member of the Little Falls Fire Department Enterprise Company #2. He also is a Passaic Valley High School student, a member of the Hornets Lacrosse team and an avid snowboarder. Anthony is currently undergoing medical treatment, but he needs your support.

Please join us and show your support for Anthony by making a PayPal donation below. All donations collected by Clifton FMBA 21 will directly benefit Anthony Englehardt and his family to assist in paying for his medical bills.

The pasta dinner we posted on our website in January has sold out. All donations collected by Clifton FMBA 21 will presented to Anthony and his family at the fundraiser dinner on March 18, 2017. The PayPal link below will be active until March 15th. Please be advised you do not need a PayPal account to donate. You will need a credit or debit card to make a donation. Thank you all again for your continued support.



***The PayPal link has been closed for this fundraiser***

Couple more days to get your Beefsteak Tickets!

Presenting the 26th Annual FMBA 21 and PBA 36 Beefsteak

A Brother Firefighter in Need…

Pasta Dinner Benefit For Anthony Englehardt

This past December Anthony Englehardt was diagnosed with Advanced Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Anthony is a 16-year-old volunteer firefighter who is a member of the Little Falls Fire Department Enterprise Company #2. He also is a Passaic Valley High School student, a member of the Hornets Lacrosse team and an avid snowboarder. Anthony is currently undergoing medical treatment, but he needs your support.

Please join us and show your support for Anthony.

When: Saturday March 18th, 2017

Where: St. George Church 237 Long Hill Rd, Little Falls, NJ 07424

Start Time: 6pm

Price: 30$ per person 8 People per table $240 a table

Price includes Complementary Beer and Soda & BYOB!

Entertainment By: DJ DeLuccia, DeMusso & Murphy

Limited seating!

 Donations and Ticket Sales

Please make checks payable to “Enterprise Fire Company”

Memo Section “Anthony Englehardt Benefit”

Tickets and Event Details Contact Ron Stell at 973-390-0186

https://www.gofundme.com/gm-anthonys-fight

Firefighter Appreciation Night at the NJ Devils

Members of Clifton FMBA Local 21 were proud to join firefighters from across the state, professional and volunteer, at the Prudential Center for the NJ Devils Firefighter Appreciation night.

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Happy New Year from FMBA 21!