Engine 11: 1983, Pierce Duplex
750 gallons – 25 gallons of foam – 1250 gpm pump
Refurbished Mid 1990’s, Recommission as Engine 11 in 2013, this was the old Engine 1 when purchased.
2013 Santa’s crew, our job to protect and serve at all cost.
Allen Linwood Tate passed away Sunday, November 17, 2013 at his home in Bethel. He was the husband of the late Olive (Bowdin) Tate. Al joined Stony Hill 3/1965
Current SHFD patch.
Training for FF1, learn in a controlled environment from the best in the state.
1977, Ford Oren 2000 gallons – 1000gpm
SHFD 2007 car and bike show to raise money for upcoming Ambulance (A3 currently in service today)
Putnam Park fire, SHFD Galliford, Barriere and Banks on hose line.
Stony Hill 1976 Ford Tanker 3 shown here with modified 1800 gal. tank from 2000 gal. Dubbed the “Milk Truck” she served the department to 2011
Fire education at the fire house. Your future FF.
Stony Hill 2012 R2
October 4, 2004 Open House
Putnam Park Rd. fire Jan 2014
Stony Hill Four Corners Tree Lighting
The New Stony Hill Firehouse 2004
Scotty Clayton passed in 2011. Scotty joined Stony Hill Fire in 1970 and retired in 2009. Scotty was a great friend and FF.
Putnam Park fire, SHFD FF Rubino and Magyar on the roof.
Santa makes a special visit to Stony Hill 4 Corners with the Misses.
2001 Stony Hill EMS Volunteers receive their first official EMS gear. The big reason? We have many night time calls, when the tone goes out time is of essence. 911 dispatch two members to the scene in their personal vehicles. It’s late at night and a stranger comes to your door dressed in just normal street clothes, This could be extremely frighting to the home owner. It is very comforting to see a person in a uniform you can trust. It tells them we are a professional organization and there to render aide.
1960 Stony Hill Volunteer Fire Department
Putnam Park Rd. fire
Putnam Park fire, SHFD FF Barriere on scene.
Firefighters Mike Judice and Keith Watson advance hoseline to fire room under smoky conditions.
1947 Ward LaFRance received from BFD in 1954. It had a 750 gpm pump and a 300 gallon booster tank.
Dennis Janofsky of Quality Gem trying to convince Santa that he was a good boy all year.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Stony Hill Volunteer Fire and Rescue, please contact us! New members are always welcome and needed.
The Stony Hill Four Corners Business Association supports the SHVFD each year with the annual Halloween Pancake Breakfast. SH4C is comprised of businesses between exits 8 and 9 in Stony Hill and Hawleyville. Visit SH4C website.