News

Misson BBQ

July 11, 2019

Thank you to Mission BBQ for your recent serving of dinner to the CSFC membership during our monthly business meeting. Very much appreciated! 

Recall

July 10, 2019

Universal security instruments recalls two inspect smoke alarms due to risk of failure to alert consumers to a fire. Click the button below for more details. 

Congratulation Ted Moore

July 10, 2019

Congratulations to Ted Moore on his recent graduation from the Montgomery County Fire Academy achieving his Firefighter 1 Entry Level Certification, completing 188 hours of training. Job well done!

Outstanding Service in 2018

June 18, 2019

At the Board of Supervisiors Meeting, the members of CSFC were recognized for their outstanding service in 2018. The following award recipients were recognized:

Firefighter of the Year: Sam Clemmer
Rookie of the Year: Kareem Lee
Training Award: Mike DeDomenico Sr. 
Fire Police Award: Robert MacKay Sr.
Chief's Award: Zayne Brunner
President's Award: Fred Saylor
Chief Engineer's Award: Robert Tyler Brunner
Fellowship Award: Ted Fonash
Attendance Award: Sharon Brunner, Matthew Kozeniewski, Ted Fonash, Zayne Brunner, and Robert MacKay Sr. 

Flag Day

June 14, 2019

CSFC attended a dedication at American Legion Post, West Ambler. 

Centre Square Puts Custom Pumper in Service

January 03, 2019

Centre Square, PA, Volunteer Fire Company, Whitpain Township, Montgomery County, has taken delivery of a 2018 Pierce Impel pumper. It has a four-door cab with seating for six-occupants with a raised roof and full-height rear doors. Click the button below to read more about CSFC new fire truck. 

Congratulations Daniel Fantini

November 28, 2018

Congratulations to Daniel Fantini on his graduation, completing 188 hours of training and earning his Pa. Entry Level Firefighter l certification at the Montgomery County Public Safety Training Campus. Great accomplishment!

CSFC Honored

October 16, 2018

Centre Square Fire Police were honored by the Whitpain Township Board of Supervisors and Whitpain Police Chief Ken Lawson on October 16, 2018 for their outstanding service and assistance to the Police Department and Whitpain Township.

New Fire Truck

September 10, 2018

After planning and preparation, CSFC is purchasing a new fire truck. 'Squad 33' is currently in it's final stages of production. Check back to find out when it will be put into service. 

Welcome!

June 21, 2018

Welcome Katie Dobush, voted into membership in January as Fire Police. Katie has completed required training and is very active at CSFC. Keep up the great work!

Fireworks Frequently Asked Questions

June 15, 2018

4th of July is right around the corner! There have been some big changes to the laws regarding fireworks in Pennsylvania. Click the link below to find out important information.

David E. Walter, "Fugi"

May 28, 2018

David E. Walter, "Fugi" Age 63 of Blue Bell PA, died Saturday May 26, 2018 in the Einstein Medical Center after a brief stay.

Born in Tokyo, JAPAN, at the Tokyo Army Hospital, he was the son of the late Willard and Keiko (nee Sakuma) Walter.

Fugi was a graduate of Wissahickon High School Class of 1973. After graduation, Fugi was employed by Turner Trucking, and worked as a clerk for Genuardi's and Giant Supermarkets. He was a former active member of the Wissahickon Fire Company in Ambler. He was also a life member of the Centre Square Fire Company where he was a firefighting officer and served as Fire Chief in 1991. Fugi was a very active participant in the community, especially with his devotion to the Whitpain Police Association.

He is the beloved husband of Gail E. (nee Miller) Walter and father of David M. Walter of Towamencin, PA, Christopher J. Walter and his Fiancée Erica Rodriguez of Philadelphia, and Michelle L. Walter of Newark, DE

Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Wednesday May 30, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM and Thursday from 9:00 to 11:00AM at the Anton B. Urban Funeral Home, 1111 S. Bethlehem Pike, Ambler

Interment will be private

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his name to RED PAW EMERGENCY RELIEF TEAM 1328 S. 24th Street Philadelphia PA 19146

Photos and tributes may be made at www.UrbanFuneralHome.com

Kidde Smoke Detector Recall

March 22, 2018

Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Potential Safety Risk. To read more, click the button below. 

Supporting our Whitpain Township's Firefighters

March 25, 2018

Blue Bell Rotary supports our local community! To read the full story, click the button below.

Old Station gets Razed

March 05, 2018

Demolition of the old building has started today. It served CSFC well for many years, with several great memories to say the least. In result of knocking down the old firehouse, it will make way for a signalized roadway.

Centre Square Firefighter found better fit in Emergency Services

February 27, 2018

Centre Square Firefighter, Joelle Lesniak, planned a career in the classroom, but found a better fit in emergency services. To read the full story, click the button below. 

Philly Pretzel Factory

January 15, 2018

Philly Pretzel Factory donated pretzels to CSFC on behalf of one of their weekly contest winners, Brendan Gow, who asked that they be given in memory of his mother, Judy, who sadly passed away this past September. Thank you to Brendan Gow & Philly Pretzel Factory.

New Member

November 14, 2017

CSFC welcomes, Amanda Kulick into membership, following in her fathers footsteps the late John Kulick, CSFC Firefighter, SPC, Infantry Unit, Army National Guard, KIA Beiji, Iraq August 9th, 2005.

Fire Extinguisher Recall

November 02, 2017

Kidde recalls more than 40M fire extinguishers. Click the link below to read the whole story.

New Member

October 31, 2017

Welcome, Kareem Lee! CSFC is pleased to have you as part of our team!

Two new Firefighters

October 30, 2017

Jonathon Allen and Christian Dobush are our two new Firefighters. CSFC is glad to have you as members! Welcome to the team!

James T. Mitchell

October 22, 2017

Our thoughts & prayers go out to Chief Mitchell's family. He was CSFC past Fire Chief in 1981 to 1984 and is also a Life Member. Services will be held on Thursday, October 26th starting at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Anton B. Urban Funeral Home located at 1111 S. Bethlehem Pike in Ambler. Relatives and friends are invited.

Two new Firefighters join CSFC

October 13, 2017

Our two newest Firefighters, Mike Chapman and Dan Fantini. Welcome to CSFC, we are glad to have you as members of our team!

Tompkins VISTA Bank

September 07, 2017

The new Tompkins bank recently donated funds to CSFC. Tompkins Bank's contribution is an enormous help in making this new station become a reality. Thank you.

To view the whole article from Suburban Life Magazine, click the button below.

New Member

August 17, 2017

Meet CSFC new member! John Allen, who is a junior firefighter. CSFC is glad to have you! Welcome.

New Member

July 12, 2017

CSFC welcomed a new member, Junior Firefighter, Joe Gordon. Joe is a senior at Wissahickon High School, and will be training in our internship program. Welcome to the brotherhood Joe! We are excited to have you at CSFC. 

Firefighter Moving

June 29, 2017

Firefighter, Resin Kerpi. Resin and his family are moving to Florida. We at CSFC would like to thank Resin for everything he has done for the company and wish him and his family the best. Resin first joined CSFC back in January of 2014 and quickly became a hard working, dedicated member culminating into the 2015 Firefighter of the Year Award. We will miss you!

Montgomery County Fire Academy

May 17, 2017

Congratulations to Jessica Brunner & Jeffrey Gold, who graduates tonight from their class 1605 PA Entry Level Firefighter. 

Tax Credits

May 02, 2017

With much appreciation, we can announce that our volunteer first responders are now granted tax credits, for their courageous work that they do. The Whitpain Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 on May 2nd, 2017 meeting. 

For more on this, click the button below.

New Members

February 01, 2017

CSFC welcomed the following new members last year: Brian Lead, Matthew Tobias, Paul VanFossen, Gabriella Saylor, James Thomas, Christina Maguire, Christopher Serianni, and Brianna Ryder Campbell.

Bucks County Fire Academy

November 16, 2016

Congratulations to Brian Leard on successfully completing the Pa. State Fire Academy Essentials of Firefighting and Emergency Response Curriculum. Brian completed 188 hours of training at Bucks County Fire Academy and received his State Certification as Firefighter Level 1.

In Loving Memory

In Loving Memory of

John Kulick

November 17, 1969 - August 9, 2005

When we think of John the first thought that comes to mind is his contagious smile. His love of life, and his laughter that made you feel that no matter how bad things may seem, there is always a silver lining to every cloud. John taught us all three very valuable lessons that after his death became inspirational in how we view our lives on a daily basis.

1. He taught us to embrace life and every moment that life has to offer. He would say- you never know when something might happen and the world around you could change in an instant.

2. Put your heart and soul into every assignment that God or life places in your path. Your heart and soul will shine through and that will enhance your spirt.

3. Family (all of your family- extended members included) is the most important virtue or gift that you will ever be given, so cherish all of your family, every hour, every minute, every moment, and every second. Amanda Mae is John's daughter and we want her to know now and always that he cherished her this way, every day of his life.

John according to his family was always a fireman. From the time he was a young boy he would chase the fire trucks down the road and back to the station in Hatboro. When he was old enough to joun as a junior member he did just that and signed on for what became his career. John's passions for his career showed in all that he did with the fire companies he worked for including, Johnsville Naval Air Station, Willow Grove Naval Air Station, Horsham Fire Comapny, and Centre Square Fire Company. John put his heart and soul into every project he took on, especially the construction of Squad 33 and so this apparatus is dedicated in his memory. When John would tell you a story he would transport you into that story as if you were reliving it moment by moment with him as the tale unfolded. John had many gifts, but he would always make everyone feel welcome and as if you have been friends with him your entire life just by saying hello!

We want to thank James Jr, and Tina, John's brother and sister for sharing with us all their brother and the love he shared not just with them, but all who he came in contanct with. We want to thank Amanda for sharing her father with us and his love for teaching other children how to be safe and strong. We want to thank Jill for sharing John with us, and his wisdon about out to be a true friend. Most of all we want to thank James Kulick and Tavi (Peal) Kulick for giving us the opportunity to share their beautiful gift to the world- John Kulick and all that his spirt embodied- Love for life and all of mankind.

John will always be with us, in spirit all of the days of our lives, watching over us as our guardian angel.

Rest In Peace Brother Kulick, terribly missed but never forgotten!

Montgomery County Fire Academy

May 15, 2016

Congratulations to Sam Clemmer and Kevin Gross on successfully completing the PA State Fire Academy Essentials of Firefighting and Emergency Response Curriculum. These students completed 188 hours of training and received their State Certification as firefighter level 1.

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