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Matt Kalons said:   March 11, 2013 3:50 pm PST
That is a real nice looking truck. You all are doing it right! Hope to see it soon when visiting with my family in The Cove. Be safe and take care. Lt. Matt Kalons, Montgomery Co. MD DFRS

Jim Campbell said:   February 1, 2013 7:53 am PST
I would like to thank your fire company for working with to sell your ladder truck. You guys were very proffessional and a pleasure to work with. I wish you all the best, Jim Campbell

Mike Donahue said:   December 23, 2012 11:11 pm PST
Downtown Greenbackville,Hello Chucky Bradford and the good folks of your department.Merry Christmas Looking forward to next year Seafood EXSTRAVAGANSA

Jason said:   April 17, 2012 1:30 am PST
So nice to see the fire dept. and town moving ahead and hope more good things will come to Greenback. I do miss it.

Beazie (Pratt) McGinness (New Jersey) said:   January 22, 2012 12:40 pm PST
I have such fond memories of Greenbackville & this website really brought them back! Such a great little town with wonderful people! I will always have a special love for Greenbackville. I rode through last year & it is still the same great place!

Justin ANdrick said:   October 26, 2011 7:33 am PST
You Guys Have A very nice website... I am From Ohio

Rhonda (Jones) Bear said:   November 15, 2010 4:42 pm PST
Just happened on this site and was moved to see so many familiar names. I'm Estle Jones' granddaughter. My dad, William Ellis Jones, was a volunteer with the Stockton F.D. I still remember him racing out to jump on the the truck. I remember the March, '62 storm. Greenbackville will always be my hometown and I miss it. I'm way out here in Oregon now, but would love to be in touch with anyone who remembers my family. So good to see Aunt Olga's name with the L. Aux., being honored. So sad to see the names of those who are gone. Anybody remember me or my sister Rita, or any of my family? Please get in touch! It would make me so happy. Do you still have those Fireman's picnics with the great fried oysters and smoked ham? Pony penning was great too. I remember Billy Marshall's pony, Trigger, could do so many tricks! I miss the church and the scouts too. My dad was the scoutmaster till 1956. Miss you all. Best wishes!

Bill Butler said:   October 10, 2010 9:17 pm PST
Stopped by your firehouse yesterday and took some pictures. Nice place. Nice website! I am currently with FDNY L-56 and was down visiting friends in the Cove. Thinking about retiring down there. This is the page from my volunteer house:

lorna correia said:   August 30, 2010 4:33 pm PST
just wanted to say the web page is really cool.was nice to read all i did.keep up the good work& i do miss seeing you guy's around.good luck to all.

Andy Mcculley Chief North End VFD said:   June 9, 2010 8:11 am PST
Hello again gentlemen. Was just going to see if I could get one of yuns email to send ya'll some pictures of the old tanker

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