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1 day ago
GIBBSTOWN HALLOWEEN PARADE
- We want to make sure we have all the kids possible attend the annual Gibbstown Halloween Parade. Hope to see you all there, we hear it’s going to be BOOOOOOming! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
HAPPY NATIONAL BOSS DAY TO CHIEF FISLER
- The members of the Gibbstown Fire Company would like to express our gratitude toward Chief Leonard M. Fisler today. Chief Fisler has been acting Fire Chief since January 2016, and has had the department progressing ever since his first day in that position.
While most members are home awaiting the next alarm, Chief Fisler can be found putting in countless volunteer hours at the station, doing paper work or ensuring everything is in line to guarantee that we all go home after every incident. As a Chief who would rather get dirty versus pointing at someone else to do a job, we all thank you for your dedication and leadership. We all hope you continue your role for another 20 years! ... See MoreSee Less
WTG Mike.That's the great Fisler blood continuing in this kind of volunteering.Love ya.
Good job mike keep it up
Nice job Leonard!!
Is that Skeeter?
The Fire Company has been blessed by many good "bosses" or as I would refer to them as leaders. Angelini, Ray, Hulbert, The Schmidt Boys,Silbaugh, Durham, The Sizemores,The Mcgills,Suiter, Omiatek,The Williams,Mogar, Sindoni, Chew,Nastase, the list goes on. Many times I have witnessed dedication and bravery by these guys that, except for the small group of us, went unrecognized.It was my pleasure to serve under and with these men. Gibbstown should be proud.
👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Thank you for your service to our town Mike!
Good Job Gibbstown Vol. Fire Dept .
Great job Cheif. Thank you
I want to thank the members of the GVFC and everyone else for the kind words. I am humbled by them all. I have been fortunate my entire career as a firefighter to have been able to serve and learn from a number of great Chiefs and Officers. A few of the biggest things that I have taken from them are: 1. You don't know everything, so don't be ashamed to ask someone who's been through it before and listen to what the tell you. 2. Try to treat everyone the way that you want to be treated. 3. Ask yourself "Is this what you believe is best for the people in the community?" and if you can answer "Yes", then it most likely is the right decision. 4. Surround yourself with good people and they will make you look good. I've tried to follow these "rules" and so far it's worked out well for me. Another key is the relationship that Deputy Chief Don Doak and I have. Our relationship has brought a lot of good ideas and changes to our fire company. We talk just about every day and try to come up with ideas and strategies that we believe will benefit the people of Gibbstown and the neighboring communities. The rest of the Officers and members of the GVFC also done have done more than I could have hoped to keep the department moving in the right direction. Lastly, the support I get at home from Holly, Sierra and Cheyenne means the world to me. Holly puts up with my "I'm running to the station for a few minutes." that more often than not turns into hours. She understands my fire house responsibilities and gives me more slack than I probably deserve. Thanks again to everyone who supports me and the GVFC. Here's to finishing 2018 strong and moving forward in 2019.
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4 days ago
THIS TUESDAY ONLY!!!! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!SHARE, SHARE AND SHARE! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
God Bless you guys and hope for great turn out tomorrow!!!