Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Department (MD)

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Signed on August 04, 2014 at 2:46 PM
Name : Daniel Gaul
Rank / Title : Rural fire service Senior Deputy Captain
Website :
Location : Lansdowne NSW Australia
Comments : g'day from Australia, I stumbled across your page here looking for history on my fire brigade here in Lansdowne stay safe over there brothers
Signed on April 09, 2014 at 2:15 PM
Name : Eliza Kountz
Rank / Title : Charlie Kountz
Website : http://www.
Location : 21227
Comments : Thank You for everything that you have done over the last few months with making our lasting memories of Charlie.
Signed on March 16, 2013 at 2:24 PM
Name : Glenn Luedtke
Rank / Title : Life Member, Retired
Website : http://www.
Location : Rehoboth Beach, DE
Comments : I learned today of the passing of Gilbert Card. He and I, along with his brother Harry, John Lewis, John Dillow, Wayne Davis and Lester Dyer all came on around the same time. Gilbert's heart and soul were always devoted to the LVFD, and he could always be counted on to jump in and do whatever was necessary to support the department and each of us. He was one of a kind, and I am saddened to hear of his passing. Rest in peace, Gil.
Signed on February 07, 2013 at 12:33 AM
Name : Jay
Rank / Title : none
Website : http://www.
Location : Marylands Eastern Shore
Comments : Mike My Friend You will be missed deeply by all of us who knew and loved you. Mostly your contagious laughter and good cooking. When the rest of the team gets to heaven you again will be the catcher of the fire house softball team. I know when you get to heaven this is going to be a problem. Not for the fact that you have arrived way too soon but, now there are too many cooks for the bull roast in heaven. You are to soon be reunited with the rest of the cooking staff. Lou Miller and Steven Pertusik. Also Dave Falukner junior cook (sausage pit and sometimes steamed oysters). Don’t let me forget Mike Burg. It’s a good thing Don Mooney and Charlie Torbeck are there to keep order or maybe just stur the pot and do some sampling. You can rest assured that each of those who passed before you will tell you of the errors in your ways. Anyway please try and straighten this out before the rest of us get there, we just want to be able to get some samples of beef ends and sausage. Let your best buddy PaPa Lou that the oyster stew was never the same after he stopped cooking it. With the cigar in his mouth. (we all know what the special ingredients was). Tell everyone hi and we miss them.
Signed on August 16, 2012 at 2:24 AM
Name : bob stanson
Rank / Title :
Website : http://www.
Location : north myrtle beach, sc
Comments : Keep up the great job everone is doing..I was a member from 1975..1983. I work with Chief Brinkley at BWI police..Md. Transportation Authority police. Retired in Aug.2009 24 years of service.
Signed on July 12, 2012 at 2:33 AM
Name : Andy Hensley
Rank / Title : Retired
Website : http://www.
Location : Merritt Island, Florida
Comments : How could the company afford to buy 2 new pumpers at one time. Back in the 60's when I was a member, we scraped by just to keep the pumpers (1945 and 1960 Seagraves) running. Say hello to "Flash" for me.