Blakely Hose Co. #2 is looking for new members and help in all categories. We need: firefighters especially daytime, drivers, kitchen help for our dinners, mechanics to work on our vehicles and any one else who has a skill we can use. We also accept junior members at the age of 16. Anyone interested please contact us at the station 383-2238 or by e-mail.  Download an application here. 




Bill Bekanich   FF1  FF2

                   Jim Bell                       

George Boyce Jr.

Clark Campbell III 

Tony Cardell

John (Squirmy) Caviston

Joe Cirba Sr.

Brandon Coates

J=Brandon Cortazar

Jeff Cruciani   FF1  FF2  

Nicco Cruciani  FF1

Vito Depietro  FF1  FF2

Ken Esterline FF1

Tim Fanning   FF1

Mike Fex

Ryan Filipkoski

John Furdock

Fred Honney

John Jones

Pat Judge  FF1

Kevin Kearney   FF1 FF2

Robert Keith

Dave Kobierecki  fFF1

Scott Krizovich

Jim Kuzmak

Derek Lammers

Nick Lubniewski  FF1

Tom McKeon

Rev. Scott McGrady (Retired)

Chris Melodia   FF1   FF2

Jay Miller   FF1

Kate Quinn Miller   FF1

Jerry Moskalczak

Ken Oakley  FF1  FF2

Ryan Olenick

Dennis Pabis

Brett Phillips

Gene Pierson

Joe Quinn

Ken Sanko

Collin Santerangelo

Ed Santerangelo   FF1

Jason Santerangelo  FF1

Jenn Hopkins Schmidt

Randy Schmidt

Bob Smargiassi   FF1

Jeramie Staples

Joseph Tanana   FF1

Joshua Tomarelli

Tom Tratthen

Gary Wilding

Mike Zdunski   FF1

Jerry Zorechak  FF1


Rhonda Phillips

Taylor Proch


Joann Berta

jEJenn Esterline

Betty Ann Fanning

Maureen Honney

Kathy Moskalczak

Ann Oakley

Kara Olenick

Jim Randelunas

Justin Randelunas

Kristine Santerangelo

Kathryn Spellman


A Fireman's Life
A fireman's life is one big surprise,
Usually he laughs, sometimes he cries.
There's always stress, toil and strife,
Hoping he's good enough to save just one life.

His wife understands, when he misses dinner,
If he runs out of church, don't think he's a sinner.
Answering a call, is tops on his list,
Regretting each one he's ever missed.

He tries and tries, but can't make us see,
The happiest men, still work for free.
Jumping from bed, fighting the cold,
Knowing what to do, without being told.

He rushes to the station, jumps on a truck.
Depending on skill, never on luck.
Putting his life on the line, for an unknown friend,
Hoping and praying, it won't be the end.
"The Bravest Men in the World", the title is fitting,
They all do their best, never come close to quitting.
Next time you see them, all their lights blinking,
Take just a minute, to think what they're thinking.

It's a hard job, so show them you care,
And help them out, with a little prayer.

-- Daniel S. Driscoll. --