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Gone too Soon
Sunday, October 26, 2014 

On Saturday, November 15, please join us and share your memories of Bob Huey. We will be hosting a memorial service from 1pm-3pm at Station 57. All friends, family, and departments are welcome to attend.

Any questions please contact Chief 57 or PM through Facebook.


It is with heavy heart that we announce the passing of Firefighter Bob Huey. Bob was an integral part of Milford Township Volunteer Fire Department for the past 11 years serving as our President, Safety Officer, a Firefighter and a Chauffeur. More than a firefighter, Bob was also a great leader, mentor, and role model around the station. He always had a contagious smile on his face and could tell stories with so much detail it seemed as if it were yesterday. Every Christmas Eve we would chauffeur Santa around town to drop off gifts to the local children. Bob has played Santa numerous years and has even responded to a fire call dressed as Santa during the event.

Well respected in Bucks County's fire service along with Northern Bucks Wildland team, Bob took countless training classes during his fire career to improve not only his skills but those of his brothers around him.

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*We will update our Facebook and this page with further details when they become available.

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   Gone too Soon- 221
Pictures with Santa
Saturday, December 6, 2014 
Why wait in line at the mall when you can get your photograph taken with Santa at Milford Township Volunteer Fire Company?  Bring your family, friends, and pets on Saturday, December 6th from 8am-2pm (Pets must be leashed). Our professional photographer will take your photo and it will be printed on site! 
Continue to check our website or Milford Township Fire Department Facebook page for updates!

Past Chief Freed
Thursday, October 30, 2014 
Milford Township Volunteer Fire Company officers and members would like to extend our condolence to the Freed family. Richard Freed is a life member of MTVFC and past Chief from 1972-1973.

Rest in Peace Chief

First Visitation: Monday, November 3rd, 2014, 7:00pm - 9:00pm Location: Jeffrey A. Naugle Funeral & Cremation Service Address 135 W. Pumping Station Rd. Quakertown, PA

Service Information: Tuesday, November 4th, 2014, 11:00am Officiating Robert Mitman Location: Jeffrey A. Naugle Funeral & Cremation Service Address 135 W. Pumping Station Rd. Quakertown, PA

Interment Information: Location: Trinity Lutheran Cemetery Address 19 S. Fifth Street Perkasie, PA

2 Days, 2 MVA's
Friday, October 24, 2014 
MTVFC was dispatched to the intersection of John Fries Hwy and Weiss Rd two days in a row for motor vehicle accidents. Engine 57 handled the first accident on the 23rd causing minor power failure in area. Special Service 75 took in the accident the following day to control a minor fluid spill in the road.

1st Annual Car Show
Saturday, September 20, 2014 
The Milford Township Volunteer Fire Company hosted their first annual car show on Saturday September 20th. 26 cars and many others from the community came out. Many thanks to all who supported the event!

Thursday, September 11, 2014 
Members showed their respect today for the brothers and sisters that gave the ultimate sacrifice on 9.11.01. Ladder 57 staged in the parking lot of the Univest Bank at the corner of Weiss Rd and Rt 663 to display the American Flag.

Chief Todd Rummel Memorial
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 
Ladder 57 and Tower 18 fly the flag as members gather to pay respects for past member and Three Forks Fire Chief Todd Rummel. It was an honor to see the support shown to the Rummel family by the community. Though Todd will be missed, he continues to live on inside each one of us. Rest in peace brother, we'll take it from here.

Ladder 57 and Tower 18
   Ladder 57 and Tower 18
Congratulations Kidd
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 
Congratulations to Tom Kidd on his recent graduation from the fire academy! Tom is now a career firefighter with Anne Arundal Fire Department in Maryland.

Firefighters Challenge
Saturday, September 6, 2014 
Members participated in Richlandtown's annual Firefighters Olympic Challenge for the second year. Lt. Ryan Watts, Driver Chris Kane, and Firefighters, Evan Lesh, Kurt Lesh Ashley Reston, and Tyler Hitchcock, worked hard to bring home first place overall!

Busy Morning on the PA Turnpike
Saturday, September 6, 2014 
Crews were dispatched at 12:41 AM for a motorcycle accident at the Quakertown Interchange of the PA Turnpike. Crews arrived on scene and assisted EMS, and took up with in 45 minutes. At 8:41 AM crews were dispatched 1 mile North of the Quakertown Exit for a reported automobile fire. Deputy 57 (R. Hunsicker) arrived on scene and determined that the vehicle was overheated and no fire was present. The department was available by 9:00 am.

Crews Run Motorcycle Accident
Monday, September 1, 2014 
Crews were dispatched to a motorcycle accident on Labor Day. It was reported that the accident involved a motorcycle. Upon arrival crews helped EMS by bandaging the wounded, and securing the hazards. Crew took up within an hour.

School is Back in Session!
School Bus Law
   School Bus Law
School around the area either have already started or will be starting on Tuesday. Let us all work together to help keep our children safe! Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the Pennsylvania's School Bus Stopping Law!

Congratulations to Captain 57 and Kletzing Family
Thursday, July 24, 2014
Congratulations to the entire Kletzing family on the birth of Noah Matthew Kletzing

Crash in the Square
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 
On July 22nd at 8:55 am Rescue Box 57-7 was transmitted for Milford Square Pike and Allentown Rd. Engine 57 was on scene within 2 minutes after being dispatched and reported negative entrapment with minimal structural damage to the dwelling. Units cleared after 60 minutes in service.

AFA to Fill the Box
Sunday, July 20, 2014 
On July 19th at 12:43 am MTFD was dispatched to the Hampton Inn on Rt 663 for an automatic alarm. Chief 57 went responding shortly after and Bucks County Radio gave reports of smoke on the 1st floor. Chief 57 upgraded the assignment to a tactical box brining additional resources. Ladder 57, Engine 75, Engine 57 arrived within minutes of each other and quickly went into service. After investigations and smoke throughout the 3rd floor the decision was made to fill the box. The fire was quickly extinguished and crews went to work checking for extension. The fire is currently under investigation. Crews went available at approximately 3:45 am. Thank you to all the mutual aide that responded to assist.

(Photos courtesy of Adam Finger Photography)

Milford Command
   Milford Command
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