Bryn Mawr Fire Company

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Signed on May 18, 2017 at 11:06 PM
Guest Name: kredit tanpa agunan
Rank/Title: Just want to say Hi!
Web Address: www.kmrrr.com/vb/member.php?u=189303
Location: Norway, Alesund
Comments:

Thanks a lot! It a fantastic web page.


Signed on May 14, 2017 at 2:18 AM
Guest Name: judi bola online
Rank/Title: I am the new one
Web Address: www.moyakmermer.com/index.php/en/component/k2/itemlist/user/20317
Location: Great Britain, North Queensferry
Comments:

I love looking at your website. Thanks for your time!


Signed on January 22, 2017 at 1:46 PM
Guest Name: george albert drinkhall
Location: spokane washington
Comments:

grew up at 18 s merion ave. a stones throw from the firehouse. millions of times that siren would wake me, then again at breakfast mom would say how many times it would sound & i didnt even hear it. funny how that works. Even now i can still hear that siren...... great memories never to be forgotten _ i still miss Bryn Mawr, along with hoagies, cheese steaks, tasty cakes, and Franks sodas, believe me_ i have lived in many cities & states since my journey from there, nothing like a Philly hoagie. Great site! thanks .


Signed on May 20, 2016 at 2:37 AM
Guest Name: john M Warner
Rank/Title: former hoseman 1953thru1962
Web Address: 1275 russell loop the villages fl
Comments:

Well guys, I have been following your site for sometime now. It's great. I am glad to see that the Kelly's are still represented, and some young Cuff's. I grew up with Dick Cuff, on Morton Road. My father,Joe Warner and Uncle AL Warner had a combined 84 years as members. I am to blame for getting my best friend started as a hoseman. Jack Thomas was his name.
keep up the good work. John M. Warner


Signed on December 26, 2015 at 7:55 PM
Guest Name: Nathan Hrrison
Comments:

Enjoyed looking back. My Father, Dr. Isreal Harrison was a dentist in Bryn Mawr and I understand one of the originals of BMFC.


Signed on December 18, 2015 at 10:14 PM
Guest Name: Anne D. Connor
Rank/Title: EMT/Apparatus Operator, retired
Location: North Star VFD, North Pole Alaska
Comments:

My grandfather, Fred Adams had a couple brothers, descendants even, who may have been members of Bryn Mawr, or the surrounding area fire departments ( companies). My grandfather lives in the Bryn Mawr area for most of his live, chauffeuring for the late Ethel Pew. Would anyone there have possible leads / breadcrumbs about the Adams family (s) ?
Thanks!


Signed on December 18, 2015 at 12:11 AM
Guest Name: Ed Harrison
Location: Prescott, Az
Comments:

Oh, the great times I remember. My dad, Israel Harrison, dentist in Bryn Mawr, was a volunteer fireman. As a kid, I loved the fire house, counting the sirens in the middle of the nite, and heading to the firehouse in pajamas, the board that showed the location of the fire, the coffee and doughnuts served to the firemen. I remember seeing all the men playing cards upstairs. The fire house was the center of a lot of activity. What a great part of my life. When I visited Bryn Mawr in 2014, I had to revisit the firehouse. My dad was still acknowledged in the pix upstairs. Thank you Bryn mawr Fire Company for being such a great part of my life. ED Harrison


Signed on November 22, 2015 at 8:55 PM
Guest Name: Carol Chew
Rank/Title: Church of the Redeemer Bazaar Asst. Chair
Comments:

Dear Chief Kincaid,

Thank you so much for sending the engine and team of fire fighters to the Church of the Redeemer Bazaar yesterday. I know that there were many children with their families who loved climbing on the engine and talking with the firefighters.

We really appreciate everyone taking time out of the day to be with us and for working hard to protect our community.

Regards,


Carol Chew and the Church of the Redeemer


Signed on January 17, 2015 at 12:04 PM
Guest Name: Kathy Miller
Rank/Title: Fire Chief/ Dixon Volunteer Fire Dept
Location: Dixon, New Mexico
Comments:

I just had the pleasure of skiing with Rich Cuff at Taos Ski Valley, NM. We learned we are both volunteer fire fighters, him with 35 yrs. experience, me with 5 yrs. (he doesn't look that old) It looks from your website that you are doing a GREAT job!


Signed on April 23, 2014 at 3:40 PM
Guest Name: mary quilter
Rank/Title: ms.
Location: villanova
Comments:

I want to thank the Bryn Mawr Fire Company for their prompt attention to the carbon monixide leak at 104 charles at Home Properties. Their prompt response may have saved the life of my grand-daughter. Not only did they respond once, but they had to return late Thursday night to reset the alarms. If you could give me the names of the respondents, I would like to personally thank them. ...and PS: the little puppy seems to be walking okay now. They will know what that means!


Signed on January 22, 2014 at 5:22 PM
Guest Name: Sammy DiUbaldo
Rank/Title: retired firefighter
Location: Lehigh Valley, Pa.
Comments:

Sorry to hear the pasting of Harry. Harry was a great guy and fun to be around and hell of a driver and firefighter. I will mess you big guy. My prays to the members of Bryn Mawr and family.


Signed on August 26, 2013 at 12:10 PM
Guest Name: howie michaud
Rank/Title: firefighter
Location: chester county
Comments:

get well soon brian mcdermott from howie and paige michaud


Signed on August 06, 2013 at 10:20 PM
Guest Name: John Verrecchia
Rank/Title: Fire Fighter- Traffic
Web Address: www.calabashfd.org
Location: Calabash, NC
Comments:

Grew up in Ardmore and have passed your station on Lancaster Pike more times than I can remember. I have lived in North Carolina since 1992 but still have a warm spot in my heart for the departments on the Main Line. I enjoy telling folks here about your green and gold apparatus. Was Fire Police in Chester County at East Goshen many years ago. The best to all of my PA brothers. Be safe out there! We are building a new station here in Calabash and would love to have one of your patches for our wall.


Signed on May 29, 2012 at 12:33 PM
Guest Name: Danny O'Brien
Comments:

Nicely organized website guys!
I proudly served BMFC while attending college between 1986 and 1990.
Would like to see a history of the "green trucks" as when I talk about my days there I always bring up, what I believe is actually a fictitious story, of the wealthy widow who left a large inheritance to BMFC so long as the trucks would always be green! It does make for a fun story!
I was very sad to hear about the extensive damage to the Bloomfield mansion in Villanova, very close to my parents home, but pleased no firefighters were apparently injured in the large battle.


Signed on December 23, 2011 at 5:44 PM
Guest Name: richard sprow
Location: New Jersey
Comments:

I am also interested in history of the Company; one of my relatives is Horace Parsons who was Fire Chief there, for a long time from 1930's to 1950's I think. Do you have historical photos of him and the Company you can post, or which I could arrange to see at the station? Was Luther Parsons also part of the Company earlier? I recall going past the station when I lived in the area and having my mother point out the green and gold engines and her family connection. Any info would be great, thank you!


Signed on September 11, 2011 at 5:38 PM
Guest Name: Jimmy Johnson
Location: Langhorne Pa
Comments:

My name is Jimmy Johnson. I live at Woods Services
I was given a Bryn Mawr Fire Company helmet when firemen came to visit us. I still wear the Helmet when we have fire drills. Even in a wheelchair I try help promote fire saftey . I believe I would make a good firefighter for Ladder 23.


Signed on November 02, 2010 at 7:13 PM
Guest Name: Lynn Ellis
Rank/Title: Radnor Historical Society
Comments:

we have found the grave of Thomas L. Nash 1893 - 3/3/1937 in an abandoned Baptist cemetery on W Wayne Ave. in Wayne. His headstone is on the site Findagrave.com. You will notice that his flag holder is a replica of your logo & it says it "Bryn Mawr Fire Co. Member 1" & has the ladder and a pump on the side sextions. His Burial Permit says he lived at 842 Martin Ave. Bryn Mawr. If there is any more information that you could give us about Thomas Nash (is he Member 1 because he was a Fire Chief?) or if there's anything we can help you with, please let me know. We are working with St. Katherine's Eagle Scouts to find our Veterans for the 150 anniversery of the Civil War in 2011. There are many Nashs in this cemetery & the latest one is John H. Nash who was a Radnor High School teacher for years who past away recently. Thanks for your help!


Signed on August 09, 2010 at 10:02 AM
Guest Name: Steve sabol
Comments:

Great site and good luck


Signed on July 25, 2010 at 8:25 PM
Guest Name: Rick Kelly
Rank/Title: Firefighter Retired
Comments:

I just want to say thanks to the guys for a nice showing at Reds Hemchers funeral.It was well deserved. He was a great guy and a fine example for all of us. I wish the younger guys could have had the honor of knowing him and working with him as many of us did.


Signed on April 29, 2010 at 8:16 PM
Guest Name: Charles Bélanger
Rank/Title: Instructor
Location: Laval, Québec, Canada
Comments:

Good day members of the Bryn Mawr Fire Co. I am writing to say that we have just received your old Ladder 23 at our firefighting academy here in Laval. All of our instructors are also full time firefighters and we all agree that you have taken VERY good care of this rig for the last 8 years, we will try and keep it a nice as it is for many years to come. All of our students are excited to see it and are a little sorry they will not get a chance to use it much this year as we are about to end the semester. Most of our trucks are red but we will be keelping your colors as we love the original work. ONce again thank you for such a beutiful apparatus.

Charles Bélanger


Signed on March 19, 2010 at 8:41 AM
Guest Name: Drew Melson
Rank/Title: Firefighter
Web Address: www.OCVFC.com
Location: Ocean City, MD
Comments:

I just wanted to send a Hello to everyone and I hope you are all being safe out there! I will make sure that I stop in the next time im passing through Bryn Mawr. If any of you come my way in OCMD look me up or come by Headquarters at 15th street for a tour of the station!

Take Care,

Drew


Signed on March 03, 2010 at 1:05 AM
Guest Name: Marni
Location: BMC
Comments:

I love all the updates. The recent events that have gone on.
This is definitely one of, if not, the best fire company pages I've seen.

And thank you to those who responded to the gas leak today.


Signed on February 07, 2010 at 12:40 AM
Guest Name: Jim Harvey
Rank/Title: Fire Fighter
Location: Evansville Indiana
Comments:

The site looks GREAT. Needs larger fonts as everyone reading it is old!!!!!

Are there any plans to set up a Company store to sell stuff???

Some of the best years of my life we spent with you guys. Thank you for the oppurtunity.

Jim


Signed on December 27, 2009 at 2:59 AM
Guest Name: shawn
Rank/Title: former radnor firefighter
Location: pottstown, pa
Comments:

all right go John sandloff he's rocks station 23


Signed on November 08, 2009 at 1:22 AM
Guest Name: Marni
Location: Bryn Mawr (College), PA
Comments:

You guys are awesome. From my dorm I can hear the STL-10 go off and let me say, you guys get to the station and take off fast. I'v recorded video of the siren for youtube, and literally 2 seconds after it sounds I hear the engines. You guys really have great response. And who doesn't love yellow and green engines, really! Glad to have you protect me for the next 2 and a half years while I'm hear at BMC! I hope to maybe help out over there at some point.

Hi to zipman46. I guess he's a freshman at Haverford High School. Thanks for being nice and giving me info about the co. Great youtube site!

-Marni
BMC '12


Signed on October 02, 2009 at 10:46 PM
Guest Name: michael maratea
Location: bryn mawr
Comments:

yo guys great fire prevention cant wait till next year keep up the good work


Signed on September 15, 2009 at 7:02 PM
Guest Name: Nancy West
Location: Florida
Comments:

Wonderful site! My great-grandfather was Joseph Graham...I was told one of the early chiefs who helped build the Fire House. (He was an area carpenter who lived in Bryn Mawr) Do you have pictures of any of the early members that you post on the site or do you have them in the Fire House?


Signed on August 26, 2009 at 9:19 PM
Guest Name: mike maratea
Comments:

great site one suggestion u could do a bio on all the firemen for the member page and also u could add a past apparatus page


Signed on August 14, 2009 at 11:49 PM
Guest Name: Scott Brillman
Rank/Title: OEM
Web Address: www.baltimorecity.gov/emergency
Location: Baltimore City
Comments:

Great Website!!! Miss you guys!


Signed on August 14, 2009 at 12:30 PM
Guest Name: Rick Kelly
Rank/Title: Retired Firefighter - Bryn Mawr
Comments:

Nice job on the website! Just a couple comments. I noticed in a couple captions that the colors were referred to as green and yellow. The colors of Bryn Mawr Fire Company are actually "Green and Gold".
When you click on "Apparatus" all you get is pictures of the three trucks. It would be nice to have some information about the trucks on there. I know the website is always a work in progress, and is a job to keep up with. These are just suggestions. The website looks great, and the work on the site is appreciated. Congratulations on the softball championship !!
Rick


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