Fire company installs officers, holds banquet

January 15, 1996

Lineboro Volunteer Fire Company recently held its installation and awards banquet for 1996.

A highlight of the event was the presentation of a $3,000 check to the company by Ladies Auxiliary President Lynn Warner.

Joe D'Antoni, training officer for the company, was named Firefighter of the Year for 1995.

Administrative officers are: Linas Saurusaitis, president; Park 22 Armagost, first vice president; Tom Ecker, second vice president; Marianne Warehime, secretary; Matthew Blosser, assistant secretary; John Haney, financial secretary; Carol Haney, treasurer; Harry Fourhman, assistant treasurer.

Trustees are Levere Kopp, Michael Buckley, Tom Ecker, William Caudill and John Warner. Executive committee members are Dave Green and Ms. Warehime.

Chaplain is Fred Dickmyer, and historian is Jim Buckley.

Line officers are: John Krebs, fire chief; Mr. D'Antoni, first assistant chief; Mr. Warner, second assistant chief; Robert Sterner, captain; Shawn Utz, first lieutenant; Mr. Buckley, second lieutenant; Jack Stone, third lieutenant.

Emergency Medical Services officers are: Tim Warehime, captain; Mr. Saurusaitis, first lieutenant; Mr. Haney, second lieutenant; Wayne Short, third lieutenant.

The company is seeking new members.

Training is provided through the company and the state of Maryland.

The company has a junior program for youths age 13 to 15, as well as senior members 16 and older.

Information: 374-2197.

Fire

Alesia: Units from Lineboro and Hampstead responded for a car fire on Schalk Road No. 2 at 8:10 a.m. Thursday. Units were out 40 minutes.

Deep Run: Firefighters from Manchester, Lineboro and Pleasant Valley responded for a chimney fire on Back Woods Road at 7:51 a.m. Thursday. Units were out 80 minutes.

Hampstead: Hampstead units responded to an emergency water detail in the 200 block of Opal Ave. at 4:14 p.m. Friday.

Manchester: Manchester and Hampstead firefighters responded to a gas line leak on Main Street at 5:25 a.m. Tuesday. Units were out 15 minutes.

Middletown: Units from Lineboro and Hampstead assisted Baltimore County at a house fire on Bollinger Road at 1:09 p.m. Thursday. Units were out an hour.

Snydersburg: Manchester firefighters responded to a carbon monoxide detector in the 2000 block of Snydersburg Road at 9:44 p.m. Jan. 6. Units were out an hour and seven minutes.

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