1 day ago
Congratulations to Captain Michael Rosa & his wife Nicole on the birth of their son Brantley Michael, born 7lbs 4oz on May 20th. We wish your family a lifetime of health and happiness! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats on a beautiful baby boy!
God bless ! What a beautiful baby !
Congrats! He's beautiful!
3 days ago
We are sad to hear of the passing of Honorary Member George Logan, Jr. Throughout the years he was a huge supporter of many fire companies in Middlesex County. He will be truly missed. Our condolences to the entire George Logan Towing, Inc. family.
Visitation will be Tuesday from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Our Lady of Peace R.C. Church, 1740 US Route 130 North in North Brunswick. A Funeral Mass will be 10:30 AM Wednesday at the church. Burial will follow in St. Peter's Cemetery in New Brunswick. Arrangements are under the direction of Selover Funeral Home, North Brunswick. - See more at: www.legacy.com/obituaries/mycentraljersey/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=185610102#sthash.Nj1Z6... ... See MoreSee Less
So sad....was truly a great man.
I remember seeing some of his 'very nice' trucks at the North Brunswick Cops and Rodders Car show.
Thank you so much for the kinds words.
Sad to read!!! RIP "Shorty"
Aw...so sad....great man indeed.
A Legend in his Business and a friend to the fire service!!!!
This man and his sons are A class are IP
May he Rest in Peace
The pride in his equipment was the same pride he had in the communities he served.
Sending prayers to the entire family. Went to high school with young george in the 60s. Sad news when hearing about these losses.
So sad R.I.P.
He and my father were long time friends in North Brunswick. I remember him well. Super person who will be truly missed. My condolences to the entire Logan family.
No way oh 😱😢😇
Sorry on his passing. May he be at peace & comfort. Condolences to his family.
Rest in Peace
We thank the Township of East Brunswick for honoring our contribution to Heavenly Farms.Today we dedicated the new "Welcome Area" for Heavenly Farms. We owe many thanks to the township's Emergency Services, specifically the East Brunswick Rescue Squad, Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Department, East Brunswick Independent Fire Company, Brookview Volunteer Fire Company, East Brunswick PBA Local 145, East Brunswick FOP 98, and the many volunteers for their efforts in fundraising and coordinating this. Thank you for your service and thank you for making this possible. ... See MoreSee Less
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company added 11 new photos.
1 week ago
Today we celebrate 79 years incorporated as a Fire Company. 29 years ago, Life Member Tom Dziedziak chaired the 50th Anniversary Committee that organized a grand parade and celebration on May 21, 1988 for the 50th Anniversary. The parade had 200 fire trucks, 17 marching bands, numerous floats and civic organizations and lasted for 2 hours. The Grand Marshal was William C. Peck. Pine Brook Community Hose Company grilled 2,000 chicken and rib dinners and hundreds of hamburgers and hot dogs, right in the middle of Joseph Street! Over 50 trophies and numerous cash awards were given to the more than 1,500 marchers! The South Jersey band the Rockets played to thousands on hand! Three years of planning and work, but what a celebration it was! Some memories from 29 years ago! ... See MoreSee Less
I remember it well. There was a float for the children of the members that we rode on. I think we may have a VHS tape of the party somewhere.
1 week ago
Earlier this afternoon we were dispatch to a reported vehicle smoking on Route 18 southbound in the area of the Turnpike. Units arrived to find a car fire fully envolved. A line was stretched and the fire put out quickly. ... See MoreSee Less
Alicia Sjoblom Guess this is what slowed you down!
Wow that's crazy
Paula Miller Beisser, your poor car!!! I'm so thankful that the LORD delivered your family safely from this!
Paula Miller Beisser my heart goes out to you and your family after all you have been through lately. What can I do? It's times like these I hate being so far away. I love you....
We were blessed to make it out ly. Thank you, EBIFC. That was my van you stopped from getting more dangerous.
I I'm thinking free burn stage.
2 months ago
Earlier today EBIFC was alerted to the area of 4 Rowan Court for a possible car fire. Squad 806 arrived and confirmed a working engine compartment fire. Chief 800 and Assistant Chief 850 also operated on scene. A quick knock by the Squad Company crew and units cleared shortly after. Thank you to resident Jay T. for the photos. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
We have a lost cover in town. Can anyone help return this to the rightful owner? Maybe the United States Army or New Jersey State Police.Found! We found a police hat that someone left at their table. It was an older gentleman who left without it. We will hold on to it and we hope it gets back to its owner! ... See MoreSee Less
We are very proud of the work by former member Andrew Scharf & the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) this morning.
“Those guys, they got me out of the building. I was hanging out of the window and they came down from the roof on a rope,” says Ubeaka McKinney, who was rescued from a burning building in Brooklyn today by FDNY Firefighters. Mr. McKinney was attempting to find his grandmother in the burning building, but was chased up to the third floor by the fire. Mr. McKinney was rescued by FDNY Firefighters Andrew Scharf from Ladder 176, who was lowered from the roof by Firefighter Todd Brenner of Ladder 120. Firefighter Scharf says "I had to reassure him just to hold on to me and he'd be down quick. He was very thankful and very happy." FDNY Deputy Chief Ajello, Division 15, praises all members involved, “Firefighter Scharf, on the roof, was advised that a panicked civilian was at the top floor window surrounded by heavy smoke. The members repositioned the aerial ladder to be used as a substantial object, and proceeded to rescue the civilian by a performing a roof rope rescue.” Roof-rope rescues are a last resort for all involved because it puts members in a precarious, dangerous position. ... See MoreSee Less
Nine years ago on March 3rd Army Cpl. Steven R. Koch of Milltown was killed in the Sabari District of Afghanistan from wounds sustained during combat operations. At the young age of 23, he made the ultimate sacrifice for our great Nation. He is gone but not forgotten. ... See MoreSee Less
God Bless him and his family
Prayers to his family and gratitude for his service ❤️🇱🇷
May he Rest In Peace! Thank you for serving our country and protecting us!
Thinking of you and Zoe. 🙏
Rest in Peace Hero our Grateful Nation Salutes You ... Welcome Home