1996 Pierce Lance 105’ Aerial for Sale
Date: 05.12.2019

Four door enclosed cab with seating for 10 (9 SCBA seats). The truck is powered by a Detroit Diesel Series 60 470 HP and Allison Automatic Transmission. Waterous CMU 1500 GPM 2 Stage pump tested in February 2019.  300 gallon poly water tank.  Hose bed carries 1000’ of 5” hose.  Four pre-connected hand lines: Three 200’ 1 ¾” cross lays and a 150’ 1 ¾” front bumper line.  Pierce 105′ Rear Mount Steel Ladder was tested and certified in September 2018.  The ladder has a waterway with remote control nozzle and intercom system and is pinnable to the third and fourth fly sections. Kohler 10 Kw diesel generator with two cord reels.  Full ground ladder compliment and pike poles are located in the rear of the truck. Full warning light package, federal Q2B, electronic siren and dual air horns.  Vehicle is well maintained, clean and in good shape.

Vehicle Length:  41′ 11″                             As of May 2019:  23,164 miles

Vehicle Height: 11′ 2′                                                        915 aerial hours

Wheelbase: 260″                                                              432 pump hours

GVWR 69,500lbs                                                       507 generator hours

Available August 2019

Asking $175,000

 Contact Chief Ted Schmid via email at ted.schmid@pennwynnefire.org or call the station at 610-642-9688 and leave a message.


Ladder 21
 

In Memoriam
Date: 03.10.2019

The Penn Wynne-Overbrook Hills Fire Company regrets to announce the passing of retired firefighter Robert Klimas.  Bob served our company and the community for many years and we are grateful for his friendship and dedication.  Rest in peace Bob.



 

Company Officers Elected
Date: 01.15.2019

Tonight the annual meeting of the fire company was held.  Afterwards, the normal monthly meeting of the board took place.  The following company officers for 2019 were elected:

President - Brad Remick

Vice President - Kevin Steele

Secretary - Leslie Greenfield

Treasurer - Robert Kaercher

The company thanks David Gray for his 32 years as company secretary and looks forward to having him remain on the board.


 

Fund Drive in Full Swing
Date: 01.15.2019

Recognize this letter? We hope so! Our 2018-2019 fund drive is in full swing and we need your support. Please consider donating and help increase the fund drive contribution percentage. We are here for you. Please be there for us. We thank you in advance for your consideration.



 

Line Officers Elected
Date: 01.02.2019

Tonight we elected line officers at our monthly active brigade meeting.  David Watrous was re-elected to serve a two year term as Deputy Chief.  Christopher Feder was re-elected to serve a two year term as Assistant Chief.


 

Building Assignment
Date: 11.28.2018

Just after 3 pm today, the building assignment went out for a house on Greenhill Lane.  Contractors were reported on scene with the house filling up with smoke.  Engine 21 arrived to find light to medium smoke in the home with contractors installing a driveway patch.  The contractors accidentally set part of the garage framing on fire while sealing the patch with a torch.  The smoldering wood was extinguished and the incident was brought under control quickly.

Units on scene:

Engine and Ladder 21

Engine and Ladder 26

Engine 25

Ladder 28

Lower Merion 5 and FM 34-3

LMPD

Photo credit: Chief Tom Hayden, Merion Fire Co of Ardmore





 

Annual Halloween Party
Date: 10.30.2018

Join us for our annual community Halloween Party on October 30, 2018 at 7:00 pm.  Lots of fun for kids with the Give and Take Jugglers.  Come in costume.  We'll be giving out a few prizes.  Treats for all children.



 

In Remembrance
Date: 10.30.2018

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the line of duty death of Harold Beck.  Harold passed fighting the Kiddie City fire on Greenfield Ave. in Ardmore on October 30, 1988.  We fondly remember Harold and his contributions to the company and community.



 

Annual Fire Prevention Open House
Date: 10.01.2018

Join us for a night of family fun.  Come meet your local firefighters and see demonstrations on fire safety and rescue operations.

October 10, 2018 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM



 

9/11 Anniversary
Date: 09.11.2018

17 years ago today the world changed. Please take a moment to remember the brave souls who lost their lives. #911Anniversary #NeverForget



 

Ropes and Riggings
Date: 08.26.2018

Today marked the final day of our ropes and rigging class. A special shoutout to our two great instructors Chris Christopher Feder and Kevin Swan. Our morning consisted of patient packaging skills using a stokes basket and sled. We moved on to an obstacle course moving a 165 lb. mannequin in a sled up, down around and through the course using all the skills and techniques we had practiced over the initial eight hours of the class. And to make it a real challenge, two raw eggs were placed in containers with the rescue dummy at the head and under his knees. Needless to say our members rose to the challenge and neither egg cracked or broke. After lunch, we carried out a low angle rescue scenario. The class was a great refresher for those with previous training and provided a good foundation to build on for the novices.






 

New Ladder Funding Approved
Date: 08.01.2018

We are excited to announce the approval of funds by Lower Merion Township Commissioners last night for our new KME quint. We appreciate your support. #tufftruck #aerialcat



 

Early Morning House Fire
Date: 07.21.2018

As the sun was rising over Ardmore, firefighters were being alerted to a building fire on East Spring Avenue in Ardmore.  An occupant was reporting their smoke detector activation with an odor then smoke visible in the third floor apartment.  Engine 21 made the response to assist the Merion Fire Company of Ardmore.  Upon arrival, we dropped 400' of 5" supply line and connected to a hydrant as a precaution.  The crew made their way to the second floor apartment, forced entry and searched for occupants and signs of extension.  The fire was knocked quickly and overhaul was performed.  The engine was back in the station in just under an hour and a half.  Units on location were:

Merion Fire Company of ardmore: Engine 25, Ladder 25 & Engine 25-1

Bryn Mawr Fire Company: Engine 23 & Squad 23

Penn Wynne Fire Company: Engine 21

Narberth Fire Company: Ladder 26

Lower Merion Township Fire Marshal

Narberth Ambulance

Lower Merion Police




 

Firefighter I Certification Earned
Date: 07.18.2018

Tonight was filled with celebration at the Montgomery County Fire Academy.  Classes 1802 and 1803 were graduating after successfully completing 188 hours of training and testing.  Our own Alec Dascani was a member of class 1802.  Alec completed his training alongside three other members from the lower Merion Township Fire Department.  We congratulate Alec and all members of both classes for their dedication to training.




 

Happy Memorial Day!
Date: 05.28.2018

Today we remember and honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice so we may enjoy the freedom we have. #MemorialDay18 #AlwaysRemember 



 


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