Mr. Olsen’s Funeral Arrangments

Those members who are attending Bill Olsen's funeral On Tuesday the 21st of February please contact your division officer listed below:
Fire 3: LT  Kenny Levy
Fire 12: LT Tim Ramsey
Ems 3: D/C Jessica Monday
Ems 12: D/C Guy W. Yesse

Viewing is Monday at Calvary United Methodist Church: 
1800-2000 with firemen prayers at 1900. 

Class A Uniforms with mourning band on chest badge only. 

Thank you
D/C Duer

Crews Rescue One From Burning Wreck

On 02/15/17 at 23:30 hours, 911 received calls for a motor vehicle collision involving fire in the area of the Billingsley Road WaWa. Paramedic Ambulance 129 was returning from the hospital, arriving first on scene and confirming a vehicle on fire with possible subjects trapped. Engine 33 and Squad 3 arrived and simultaneously began extinguishing the fire and extricating the sole occupant from the overturned vehicle. This occupant was then flown to a nearby trauma center by Maryland State Police Trooper 7.

Other apparatus present on the call: Re 123, Re 13, 127

Condolences to the Depuy Family

The Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department is deeply saddened to announce the passing (non-LODD) of Life Member Frank Depuy.

Frank Depuy joined our department in 1966 and served in various positions throughout his tenure.

-President: 1977 to 1978, 1981

-Vice President: 1971-1976, 1979-1980, 1982-1986

-Board of Directors: 1970, 1987-1989

-Chairmen, Board of Directors 1990

Funeral arrangements are being finalized and will posted when available. Please keep the Depuy family in your thoughts and prayers.

Condolences to Nolan Scully’s Family and the Leonardtown VFD

The Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department would like to extend its deepest condolences to Nolan Scully's family, friends, and loved ones, as well as, to the Leonardtown VFD.  Nolan fought a difficult battle with courage and honor, and he will be dearly missed.   Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones in this difficult time.

The link to Hollywood VFD's live feed of Nolan's return home is included below:

Nolan Scully Returns Home

R.I.P. Nolan


Working Fire 10/3/16

Yesterday, 10/3/16, the Waldorf Volunteer Fire Department responded to a working fire at a town home in the area of Barnswallow Place.  Crews quickly worked to extinguish the fire and prevent further damage to neighboring homes.