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2 months ago
Officer Resnick was a close friend of our department and our community. His loss is felt by all of our members and the people he served to protect.
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3 months ago
18 years ago, the fire service lost one of its best. Ex-Chief Pete Lund paid the ultimate price battling a blaze in Woodmere. Pete was known by a lot of titles in a lot of places. He was a Chief in Woodmere, Lieutenant in the FDNY, and firefighter in Kentland, MD. He was awarded many medals and citations for his bravery and heroism. On top of an outstanding career in the fire service, Ex-Chief Lund’s most important titles were Husband and Father. Ex-Chief Lund was a true “Fireman’s Fireman.”
Please take a moment today to remember Ex-Chief Pete Lund and his family. ... See MoreSee Less
He certainly was the best. A true gentleman. Rest in Peace
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3 months ago
Today we remember a father, husband, fireman, and hero.
Rest in Peace Ex-Chief Pete Lund. ... See MoreSee Less
On June 2, 2023, The Woodmere Fire Department provided mutual aid to the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department at the scene of a house fire in the Village of Lawrence. Engine 355, Ladder 352, and Ambulance 359 responded to the scene. In total, three lines were stretched, and the blaze was under control within an hour. No injuries were reported, and the scene was under the command of LCFD Chief of Department Michael Beilinson. ... See MoreSee Less