porter-corners-smallThe Porter Corners Fire Department covers the northern portion of the Town of Greenfield.

For a more detailed description of what areas are served directly by the Porter Corners Fire Department, visit the district map page.

The Porter Corners Fire Department has three pieces of equipment and specialty rescue equipment that serve our community. You can view pictures of the firehouse and find out more about these trucks by visiting the facilities and apparatus page. The Porter Corners Fire Department hosts a variety of events throughout the year. You can view photos of these events on the company photo page. Additional questions regarding the department can be forwarded via our contact page.

Address:
P.O. Box 10
405 Bockes Road
Porter Corners, NY 12859

The Porter Corners Fire Department has responded to 118 emergencies in 2016.


Trucks are named according to their capabilities. For example, “E” stands for engine and denotes a truck that can pump more than 1,000 gallons of water per minute. “T” stands for tanker which means the truck carries a minimum of 1,000 gallons of water. Sometimes these trucks carry much more, sometimes as much as 3000 gallons. “M” means that the truck has a “miscellaneous” designation where it fulfills a unique responsibility.

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Classification: Engine-Tanker
Function: first-due engine to all fires
Water: 1000 gallons
Pump: capable of providing 1,500 gallons per minute
Personnel: 4 firefighters, 1 driver and 1 officer (6 total)
Year: 2007
Make: American LaFrance

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Classification: Brush Truck
Function: first due to
Water: 250 gallons
Pump: capable of providing 750 gallons per minute
Personnel: 3 firefighters
Year: 2000
Make: F-550 (custom body from Central States Fire Apparatus)

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Classification: Engine-Tanker
Function: first-due engine for all mutual-aid (for water supply)
Water: 3000 gallons
Pump: capable of providing 1200 gallons per minute
Personnel: 3 firefighters
Year: 1999
Make: Freightliner Commercial Cab, Central States custom body

rescue-small Off-road Rescue

Classification: rescue equipment
Function: provides specialized equipment for recovery and rescue operations in remote locations
Specifics: Rhino ATV, four wheeler, snowmobile, offroad rescue sled and box trailer (to transport equipment)

Firefighters of the Porter Corners Fire Department

  • Derrick Barss
  • Justin Burwell
  • Stephanie Burwell
  • Michael Chandler
  • Sam Chandler
  • Thomas Chandler
  • Daniel Drumm
  • Ryan Feulner
  • Jeffrey Hickam
  • Steve Hickam
  • David Hurd
  • Michael Kolakovic
  • Amber Lloyd
  • Erik Lloyd
  • William Lloyd, Jr.
  • William Lloyd 3rd.
  • Michael McFarlane
  • Clinton McGowan
  • Dave Middlebrook
  • Philip Richards
  • Connor Romanzo-Bertoldo
  • Margaret Roxbury
  • Robert Roxbury
  • Jack Sadousky
  • Christopher Stanton
  • John Van Nostrand
  • Patrick Waite
  • Shawn Willard

Life Members of the Porter Corners Fire Department

A life member is a firefighter who has served more than fifteen years in the fire district and has retired from active service.

  • Darren Barss
  • Doug Hurd
  • Timothy Kahl
  • Frank Middlebrook
  • Wayne Middlebrook
  • William Richmond
  • Richard Schwartzbeck
  • Timothy Subcliff
  • Jody Thew
  • Kenneth Waite
  • Nancy Waite

Porter Corners Auxiliary Officers

  • District Auxiliary Liaison: Brenda Jennings
  • President: Debbie Burwell
  • Vice President:  Nancy Waite
  • Treasurer:  Laurie Lloyd

Auxiliary Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10, Porter Corners, NY 12859

Auxiliary Members

  • Stephanie Barss
  • Debbie Burwell
  • Jessica Devoe
  • Deidre Chandler
  • Amber Lloyd
  • Laurie Lloyd
  • Logan Mello
  • Victoria Mello
  • Julie Ray
  • Tiffany Ray
  • Jordan Waite
  • Nancy Waite
  • Danielle Willard

Auxiliary Life Members

  • Fern Ballou
  • Fay Fagnant
  • Pam Hosier
  • Karen Hurd
  • Marjorie Jones
  • Sandra Kanar
  • Dorothy Ormsbee
  • Inga Richards
  • Helen Stanton
  • Patricia Subcliff
  • Joyce Woodard

 

Firematic Officers

Firematic Officers are responsible for the emergency operations side of the company. Firematic Officers ensure that training is accomplished, command operations during emergencies, and ensure that the company’s equipment is ready whenever they are needed.

  • Deputy Chief: David Middlebrook
  • Captain: Derrick Barss
  • Captain: Philip Richards
  • Lieutenant: Christopher Stanton

Administrative Officers

Adminstrative Officers are responsible for the administrative side of the company. They organize the social aspects of the company: fund raisers, meetings and public events.

  • President: Shawn Willard
  • Vice-President: Jack Sadousky
  • Secretary:  Margaret Roxbury
  • Treasurer: William Lloyd, Jr.
  • Sergeant at Arms: Daniel Drumm