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2019 Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 Officers Announced

Fire Chief Jason Tyler
Assistant Chief Jon Haddad
Deputy Chief Jeff Leppert
Fire Captain Chad Petry
Lieutenant 3-1 Bill Brehm
Lieutenant 3-2 Paul Supko
Lieutenant 3-3 Nick Krionderis
Lieutenant 3-4 Marques Price
Lieutenant 3-5 Corey Milewski
Lieutenant 3-6 Trent Miller
Sergeant 3-1 Mike Diehl
Sergeant 3-2 Ernesto Batenga

EMS Captain Gunnar Mohlhenrich
EMS Lieutenant 3-1 Laura Tyler
EMS Lieutenant 3-2 Brittany Hill
EMS Sergeant Emily Morris

President Jamie Petry
1st VP Tim Bangerd
2nd VP Josh Evans
Secretary Bill Brehm
Treasurer Caroline Babylon
Member Charles Ray
Member Jimmy Falise

Chaplain Kevin Dayhoff
Marshall Mike Garber
Asst. Marshall Kenny Carlisle
Historian Dan Plunkert
Asst. Historian Jim Eckard

Santa Claus came to town on a fire engine


Tuesday December 18th, 2018 SANTA UPDATE!

By Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 Chaplain, PIO, and assist. Secretary Kevin Dayhoff, who has been known to say, “Ho, Ho, HO” from a vantage point on top of a fire engine in a jolly red suit….

All this week the firefighters of the Westminster Fire Company are assisting Santa with his rounds and escorting him around town to see all the good girls and boys in their neighborhoods.

On Tuesday December 18, 2018 “Santa 1” covered E. Green Street, Middlebrooke, and the Center Street areas – including west of Liberty St, George St., Charles St., Middlebrooke Apts., Carroll View, Avondale Run Apts., Long Valley Rd, and Fairway Dr.

Santa was excited to be out in the community again. We tried to stay as close as possible to the routes that were posted. Sometimes the routes can change without notice.

On Tuesday, Santa and all his firefighter elves got started around 6 pm. Updates were posted on the

Westminster Fire Dept. Santa Run Facebook page. Folks were advised to listen for the sirens!

As a safety reminder, parents please keep close watch of your children on the dark roadways. It is certainly understandable for kids to be excited to see Santa, but please walk with them if you plan to cross a street.

Please remember emergency calls for service, weather and other unforeseen circumstances can change, delay, or cancel our routes for the evening. We will provide updates via the Westminster Fire Dept. Santa Run Facebook page if there are any changes in plans – or if Santa and the firefighter elves need to attend

to an emergency in the community.

Also – keep in mind that Saturday – December 22 is the Westminster Fire Company’s Breakfast with Santa. If you miss us during the week come see us on Saturday. Pictures with Santa can be purchased also.

The official Facebook page for the yearly Westminster, MD Santa run is located here:


WFD: Thank you for the station fill-ins Dec. 6, 2018 during the Bowersox Rd fire

The men and women of the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 would like to thank the Lineboro fire company tanker crew and the Sykesville medic unit from Carroll County, the Emmitsburg tower crew from Frederick Co, and the engine unit from Lisbon for filling-in at station 3 on Thursday, December 6, 2018.

That afternoon, firefighters from the Westminster fire company were helping New Windsor, Winfield, Westminster Taneytown, Union Bridge, Manchester, Reese, Pleasant Valley, Mount Airy, Libertytown, Gamber, and Sykesville on the Bowersox Road fire.

No one injured in Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 Bowersox Road blaze


Related: No one injured in Bowersox Road blaze

Carroll County Times writers Catalina Righter and Jon Kelvey have the full story on the fire here:

Winfield fire chief estimates two-alarm blaze did $300K worth of damage to home

Firefighters put out hot spots at the scene of a house fire in the 1600 Block of Bowersox Road in Westminster Thursday. Photos by (Dylan Slagle/Carroll County Times

By Catalina Righter, Jon Kelvey Carroll County Times

It took firefighters from Winfield, New Windsor and at least 10 other fire companies more than an hour to control a house fire Thursday in the 1600 block of Bowersox Road.


“I will tell you that had it been a newer home, it would have been sprinklered, and the fire would have been controlled by the sprinkler system,” Davis added, noting the structure was built before the requirement for sprinklers in new residential construction. “The fire would have been controlled by probably one or two sprinkler heads with probably minor damage.”

Read the entire story here:

Christmas tree donated to Westminster Fire Company by Zepp Tree Farm

Zepp Tree Farm and the families, employees, and owners of Douglas Lawn and Landscaping donated a Christmas tree to the Westminster Fire Co.

Monday, December 2, 2018

Westminster Fire Company Chaplain and PIO Kevin Dayhoff,

Sunday, Dec. 2, was a dreary, gray, and rainy December day with a hint of the bitter cold that has yet to come. However the day was made a great deal brighter by the donation of a Christmas tree to the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 by Zepp Tree Farm and the families, employees, and owners of Douglas Lawn and Landscaping.

On Sunday, Dec. 2, the B-shift at the Westminster Fire Company under the leadership of Lt. Kim Darby and Engineer Rash Agrawal took a minute out of a busy day answering calls to stop by the Zepp Tree Farm – Douglas Lawn and Landscaping Christmas Tree Lot to pick-up a Christmas tree for the fire station.

The tree lot has been located in the back of Arby’s at 120 Mall Ring Rd, Westminster, MD 21157, at the TownMall of Westminster, for about 30-years, since around 1987.

Lt. Darby and Engineer Agrawal were assisted by Santa’s elves – Westminster firefighters and EMS personnel Emily Morris, Bryce Ballard, Br

iana Seymour, Gunnar Mohlhenrich, Douglas Landscaping representative Eric Zepp, future firefighter Jayden Zepp, and Brock Zepp.

In what has become an annual tradition, for many years, the owners of Douglas Landscape have given back to the community by donating a Christmas tree for the Westminster Fire Station to help brighten the season. This year, the Westminster Fire Company will respond to over 8,000 calls. The Christmas tree in the day room helps bring some holiday cheer to the day-to-day back-to-back emergency calls that have become routine for the fire company.

Later in the month, in what has also become an annual tradition, this year’s annual Santa Run to neighborhoods throughout the Westminster area will take place on December 17-20, 2018. Keep in mind, that the schedule can change quickly if the weather gets bad or if the company receives calls for an emergency response. Please find more details here; or on the Westminster Fire Dept. Santa Run Facebook page located here:

For more information on the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 go here: or here: or here:

Other upcoming events include Breakfast with Santa – Saturday, December 22, 2018 7-11 AM: Menu: Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs, Sausage Gravy, Biscuits, Baked Apples, Coffee, Orange Juice, Tea, and Milk. Adults: $8.00 Children under 5: $5.00.

Have your child’s picture taken with Santa on a piece of Antique Fire Equipment. 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM. $10.00 for Digital Pictures via E-mail or $15.00 for a set of 4×6 Prints mailed. $5.00 each extra set of mailed prints.

Find more information on the December 22, 2018 breakfast with Santa, call: 410-848-1800 Ext. “0” or go here:

The Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization and all donations are tax deductible. To make a donation online go to or send a check to the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. #1, 28 John Street, Westminster, MD 21157

Posted by Kevin Earl Dayhoff on Monday, December 3, 2018

9/10/18 – Governor Larry Hogan Declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Florence.

From MD Emergency Management Agency:

PRESS RELEASE: Governor Larry Hogan Declares State of Emergency for Hurricane Florence. Read the entire release here:

What does a State of Emergency mean? Find out here: