2021 Officers

The membership of the Lebanon Fire Company are pleased to announce the 2021 officers of the Lebanon Fire Company.

The Line Officers for 2021 are:

  • Chief – Kevin Saharic
  • Deputy Chief – Al Bross
  • Captain – Keith Hockenbury
  • Lieutenant – Corey Garrabrant

The Executive Officers for 2021 are:

  • President – Christopher Blejwas
  • Vice President – Joe Goepfert
  • Secretary – Nicole Yoson
  • Treasurer – Marlaina Harding

Lebanon hosts a Parade for Declan

On Sunday, November 25, the members of the Lebanon Fire Company, along with our partner companies in the North Hunterdon Fire Alliance had the opportunity to host a Parade for Declan.

Declan is a 2 year old Clinton Township resident who has been battling Acute Myloid Leukemia. The membership learned of Declan and in particular his love of fire trucks. Word went out in the fire community and on Sunday, 91 fire companies from around NJ and PA showed up in Lebanon with 159 fire trucks, ambulances and police cars to show Declan that he has the support of the entire fire fighting, EMS, and police communities.

The parade was accompanied by a toy drive for the Tomorrows Children’s Fund, located at Hackensack University Medical Center.

Lebanon Fire covers Squad 51 for Eventful Evening

A crew from Lebanon Fire Company covered Squad 51 from 6pm on Saturday, November 24 to 6am, Sunday November 25. The evening started with a thorough truck equipment check to ensure response ready status for the equipment and crew. The crew then enjoyed a nice dinner before training, and finally responding to a total of 5 requests for service.

Squad 51 is a product of the North Hunterdon Fire Alliance whereby one of the member companies staffs a Squad truck each Saturday evening throughout the year. The crew is designated Squad 51 and responds to any alarm within the coverage areas for the North Hunterdon Fire Alliance member companies. The member companies of the NHFA are; Lebanon Fire (18), Annandale Hose Company (46), Clinton Fire (45), High Bridge Fire (14), and Quakertown Fire (91) .