The Carver Fire Department is located in Southeastern Massachusetts.
We proudly protect 11,368 people living in an area of 39.58 square miles. We operate out of three stations that protect a primarily residential/agricultural area. Our Department is a Public Department whose 80 members are on a paid on call status.
Company 2 got their turn at the Deputy’s Structure Fire drill this past Sunday morning. Crews got to train realistically, with live fire burns in multiple rooms, real time vertical ventilation, and zero visibility search and rescue evolutions, all occurring simultaneously. Every time a CFD firefighter can hone their live fire skills working under real fire conditions, raises our firefighters confidence when they are working the real thing! (Photo’s by Retired Fire Chief, Bill Harriman)
Our annual “experienced firefighters” night, is a great time to honor our 25+ year veterans of CFD. Over 70 retired members as well as special invited guests joined active firefighters for an appreciation dinner, while special awards are presented. The highlight of the evening was active Firefighters Bob Middendorf and Dave Buker along with retired Lieutenants Alan Dunham and Mark Moran receiving their 25 year Life Member Awards from the Carver Firefighters Association. An engraved brick with each of their names and dates joined has been place in the memorial walkway in front of Station 1. Chief Weston presented Firefighter Bob Guisti with his 20 years of service pin, Firefighters Bob Middendorf and Dave Buker with their 25 year of service pins and Firefighter John Fien, Rick Lepardi and himself with their 30 years of service pins. Company 1 served a great meal of a pork tenderloin with all the fixin’s. Great time! (Photo’s by Firefighter Steve Falconer)