Pine Run Volunteer Fire Department Members 

Officers

 

Fire Chief:  59-10

Mike Guraly

Asst. Chief:  59-11

Darren Moldovan

Captain:  59-12

Mike Priolo

Lieutenant:  59-13

Eddie Angeline

 

Executive Officers

 

President

Mike Priolo

Vice President    

Jim Hendrickson

Secretary

Steve Hedzik

Treasurer

Mary Ann Angeline

 

Firefighters

   

C.J. Fassett

Tim Moldovan

Terry Specht

Paul Hedzik

Kelly Morrissey

Jim Temperante 

Steve Hedzik

Jay Parks

 

Buddy Meade

B.J. Sharp

 

 

QRS

 

Eddie Angeline - Director / EMT-P

Mike Priolo - Assistant Director / EMT

Mike Guraly - EMT

Steve Hedzik - EMR

B.J. Sharp - EMR

 

  

Social Members

 

Mary Ann Angeline

Brian Kosis

Hunter Giles

Larry Parks

Michael Guraly

Kris Rushman

Jim Hendrickson

 

 

Becoming a Firefighter

The First step is to apply

   PinRunVolunteerFireDepartmentApplication.pdf

  1. To apply download the PDF file, which is the link below.
  2. Then print the document and fill out the application.
  3. Once completed, drop it off at the Pine Run Volunteer Fire Department.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What happens if I can't make training?

It is to your benefit and the community’s benefit if you attend as much training as possible, but most events are not mandatory. We do understand that you may have other obligations. These training events will keep you well informed and in practice. Certain important events may be mandatory.  Volunteers must attend a certain percentage of drills, and respond to a certain percentage of calls for assistance.

 

How will I know what to do?

All required training is provided on Monday evenings. Training dates are subject to change.  Additional training and time may be required or offered outside of Monday volunteer drills.

 

How much will it cost me?

Nothing, the Pine Run VFD provides you with all the equipment and training you need. PRVFD also pays for certain fire and emergency medical related training after completion and you passing the class.

 

What does a volunteer firefighter do?

Our Volunteers do nearly everything career Firefighters do: respond to fires, traffic accidents, hazardous materials incidents, calls for assistance and medical emergencies.  They participate in training and firehouse activities, and contribute to their community.

 

Do volunteer firefighters get paid?

Volunteer firefighters do not get paid, but they can get reimbursed. Reimbursement is usually a small amount of tax-free money for time spent responding to calls and training. The amount is usually at the discretion of the department.
 

Can becoming a volunteer firefighter lead to a career in firefighting?

Yes. Volunteering is one of the best ways to get the necessary training and experience to be an attractive candidate for a career firefighting position.
 

What if I can't leave work to answer a fire call?

Volunteers respond when they are able. When committed at work or out of there area, we hope others will respond, and that is why it is important to have more Firefighters.

 

How much of a time commitment is volunteer firefighting?

The time you commit to responding to calls and training is up to you, however, the more you are involved in this program the better the outcome will be for the community as a whole. Training is provided on the evenings of the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. These training dates are subject to change. We also have our monthly business meeting the 1st Monday of the month and our maintenance days the 3rd Monday of the month.

 

If you have any other questions please, feel free to contact us.