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Marydel Fire Company
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Marydel, DE 19964

Recent News

EMT Needed - Job Posting
Dec 31, 2020
Dec 31, 2020 - Part–time Emergency Medical Technician Click here to apply:

Search And Rescue Training
Aug 26, 2020
Aug 26, 2020 - On the Above Date and under the Direction Of Deputy Chief Madden (16)Probationary Members were teamed up with Senior Firefighters and those Members completed multiple primary And Secondary Searches with Multiple Successful Rescues!The Fire Line Officers Thank All the Members that came out to tonights training! Nicely Done!

Animal Rescue
Jul 15, 2020
Jul 15, 2020 - June 15,2020 Station 56 Was Alerted for an Animal Rescue at Stateline gas.Ambulance and Brush 56 went on location to find two dogs locked in a vehicle for one hour.Crews were able to make entry to the dogs and then provided water and oxygen.We are happy to report that both pups made it through the extreme heat conditions and are doing good.

MVFC mourns the passing Frances Antal
Jul 11, 2020
Jul 11, 2020 - Frances was born July 25, 1936 in Marydel, Maryland to F. Raymond & Frances Crozier, moving to Marydel, Delaware in 1938. She attended Hartly Elementary School and Dover High School graduating in 1954. She was a Secretary working at U.L. Harman, Inc., M. A. Hartnett, Inc., John G. Davis Insurance Co., the State of Delaware Department of Administrative Services, Facilities Management, and retiring in 1999 from the Delaware State Fire Prevention Commission. She was a member of the Calvary United Methodist Church, Marydel, Maryland for over 60 years. Frances was a Life time member of the Marydel Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary, a member of the Marydel Senior Center, a member of the Marydel Civic Club, PSI of Dover, a member of the National Campers and Hikers Association serving as the Assistant Director and Teen Queen Director. Most recently she was a member of the Modern Maturity Center and enjoyed her weekly visits to the center.Frances was preceded in death by her husband Louis C. Antal in 1993, her father F. Raymond Crozier in 1994 and her mother Frances C. Crozier in 2016. She was also preceded in death by her sister-in-law’s; Irene Dziadura, Dorothy Mahan, Evelyn Thomas and her Nephew Dennis Phillips. She is survived by her son Raymond L. Antal and his wife Pam of Dover; her son Jeffrey L. Antal and his wife Cindy of Marydel; a sister Margaret Phillip and her husband Wayne of Chester, Virginia. She is survived by her grandchildren Justin Antal and his wife Stephanie of Seaford, Caitlin Antal and her fiancé Tyler McGovern of Marydel, Stephanie Black and Heather Parkhurst both of Dover. She also is survived by her great-grandchildren; Edyn Poole, Kalib Parkhurst, and twins Troy and Sydney Focht and a great-granddaughter on the way and many nieces and nephews.Frances enjoyed teaching Sunday School and singing in the church choir. She enjoyed many years of camping and traveling with her family and volunteering. There will be a private service at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 11th at Traders Funeral Home, 12 Lotus Street, Dover, DE. for the immediate family only. Afterwards Family and Friends may attend a service at 11:00 a.m. at the Sharon Hill Memorial Park, Dover, DE. There will be a fellowship meal following the service at Marydel Volunteer Fire Company. In consideration of protecting the family and friends health, public health guidelines enacted for the prevention of the spread of covid-19 virus, limitations on gatherings, physical distancing, use of hand sanitation and masks are in place. Instead of flowers contributions can be made to Calvary United Methodist Church of Marydel in c/o of Carolyn Thomas, Treasurer, 896 Sandy Bend Road, Marydel, De. 19964 or to the Marydel Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary, P.O. Box 400 Marydel, De. 19964.

Vehicle Fire In Marydel'S 1st Due
Jun 4, 2020
Jun 4, 2020 - Marydel Fire Company tones Dropped for a Vehicle Fire at 907 Cow Marsh Creek Rd, Deputy Fire Chief Buffy Madden Made the Response and went on Location and Established Cow marsh Creek Road Command,Deputy 56 Found a Single Vehicle Off the Roadway well Involved, next to a double wide trailer with Exposures to Side Delta Of the home Deputy 56 upgraded the alarm and had Caroline County Stations 700 and Station 41 units responding,Engine 56-1 Made the Response Under the direction of 2nd Asst Chief Short,Deputy 56 had Engine 56-1 deploy two attack lines and dropped a five Inch Supply Line.Firefighters from Stations 56,700 and 41 made a great knock on the fire. Great Teamwork By all Companies On the Fireground.

MVC Mahan Corner Rd
Jun 2, 2020
Jun 2, 2020 - MVC Mahan Corner Road

Zion Road MVC
Dec 31, 2019
Dec 31, 2019 - Station 56 Was alerted for an MVC on Zion Road ,Rescue-Engine 56-3 Responded with 56-17 (Barr) with 4 and Engine 56-1 Responded with 56-15 (Chief Madden and was advised by Caroline Communications that PD was on scene with the patient being gone on arrival,Rescue-Engine 56-3 went on location to find a single vehicle on its side 56-17 Established Zion Road Command.Crews Secured the vehicle and turned the scene back over to Maryland State police 56 Units Cleared.

Volunteers Wanted!!
Dec 31, 2019
Dec 31, 2019 - The Marydel Volunteer Fire Company is looking for Volunteer Firefighters and Emergency Medical Personnel to serve their community. Contact Us for more information at 302-492-1965. Check us out on Facebook.
2019-2020 Awards Banquet
Dec 22, 2019
Dec 22, 2019 - December 21,2019 the Marydel Volunteer Fire Co held its Annual Awards Banquet and installation of officers. Fire Chief:Justin Madden Deputy Chief:Buffy Madden 1st Asst Chief:Randy Barr 2nd Asst Chief:Ricky Short Fire Line Captain:Gary Bolden Fire Line Captain Mike Bredin Fire Lieutenant:Brandon Thompson Fire Lieutenant:Gregory Bolden Chief Engineer:Earl Lofland Jr Assistant Engineer:Earl Lofland Sr EMS Captain:Jason Capps Fire Police Les States Leon Hyde Earl Lofland Sr Andy Kline Administrative officers President: Randy Barr Vice President:Billy lepore Secretary:Denise Madden Treasurer:Les States Fire Recorder Mike Bredin Board Of Directors Billy Lepore Randy Barr Buffy Madden Denise Madden Justin Madden Les States Earl Lofland Sr Andy kline Tara Metheny Jason Capps Steve Bernat Congratulations To All The 2020 Officers!!

Truck Or Treat
Oct 31, 2019
Oct 31, 2019 - We are asking our community to please support us again this year in making Halloween safe for the children in and around our community, by participating in our 5th Annual Trunk or Treat. Trunk or Treat , is a fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween. It is usually a church or community sponsored event held in a large parking lot. The sponsors of the Trunk or Treat park their cars together and open their trunks to reveal Halloween themed decorations. Children can walk from trunk to trunk to look at the decorations and receive candy and treats. These events provide a controlled and safe family environment for trick or treaters of all ages. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor please contact 302-331-3234 to reserve your parking spot. Sponsors need to arrive no later than 530pm to set up. Please support our community event and let's once again make this a successful event.

The Fabulous Hubcaps
Oct 19, 2019
Oct 19, 2019 - There are still tickets available! Get yours before it's too late. Remember, the ticket includes a diner style dinner. You can reserve or arrange pickup, or you can purchase on line at

MVC Unknown
Oct 12, 2019
Oct 12, 2019 - Marydel Fire Co Engine 56-1 after returning from Station 72 In Sussex County came up on this MVC On Mahan Corner Road.Fire Lieutenant Bredin contacted the kent county fire board and advised them of the incident and then established Mahan Corner Rd Command.The scene was assesed by command and declared safe for the crew of Engine 56-1.Command requested Fire Police to Shut Down the Roadway for Firefighter Safety.Engine 56-1 crew Investigated and Command was Notified that the subject was still on scene and appeared intoxicated at this time Mahan Corner Road Command Requested the Delaware State Police to make a response.A-56 transported one to the local Trauma Center For evaluation.Mahan Corner Road Command Placed the Situation Under Control holding units on Scene for debris cleanup.DSP went on location and the scene was turned over to them.Command returned all units and terminated Command.

Lowe's Fire Safety Day
Oct 12, 2019
Oct 12, 2019 - On Saturday, October 12th, Lowes in Camden hosted its annual Fire Safety Day. Crews from Marydel participated in demos during the event. as a thank-you, Lowe's donated 20 smoke detectors to help provide those in need in our community. Thank you to Monique Griffith for putting this event together and for donating some much need smoke detectors to our fire prevention program.

Working Fire In the 5-2 Box
Sep 20, 2019
Sep 20, 2019 - On Friday September 20,2019 Stations 56 ,51 and Caroline County Station 700 were alerted for a structure.56-15 responded and went on the scene and established Lepore Road Command.Engine 56-1 Responded and was directed to deploy a handline to the front door.Engine 56-1 Firefighters made the entry and was met with fire conditions in the kitchen,the fire was quickly knocked down and crews from Stations 51 and 700 assisted with over haul operations. Lepore Road Command Placed the Box Under Control Holding Units Working. Special Thank you to Station 600 (Greensboro) for covering our district.

Main Street Training Building
Jun 26, 2019
Jun 26, 2019 - On 26 June 2019 Members Completed Scene Size up and Search and Rescue Evolutions during the primary search of the structure firefighters were able to locate and Rescue a down subject with no other findings during the secondary search.Thank You to those who participated.
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15 MPH North East
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