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In the 1880’s, virtually every aspect of an employee’s life was influenced by his employer, from livelihood to social activities to housing. The Du Pont Clubhouse was constructed in 1883 to provide social and recreational activities to unwind after a long day’s labor. The Club provided a library, auditorium, bowling alley, billiard tables, luncheon counter, exercise room, gymnasium, and tennis courts.

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PAST CHIEF LARRY HURLBURT ANSWERS HIS FINAL ALARM

It is with deep sympathy that the GVFC announces the loss of the long time member of our organization. Larry Hurlburt, who joined the company in 1974, passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 28 surrounded by family.

Larry held numerous positions in his 47 years in the fire company. Chief, Deputy Chief, EMT, President, Vice President and Secretary are just a few. His resume in the Township and the County is just as impressive, if not more so.

The men and women of the Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Company extend our thoughts to the Hurlburt family and thank them for his years of service.

www.landolfifuneralhome.com/obituary/larry-hurlburt
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PAST CHIEF LARRY HURLBURT ANSWERS HIS FINAL ALARM  It is with deep sympathy that the GVFC announces the loss of the long time member of our organization. Larry Hurlburt, who joined the company in 1974, passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 28 surrounded by family.  Larry held numerous positions in his 47 years in the fire company.  Chief, Deputy Chief, EMT, President, Vice President and Secretary are just a few. His resume in the Township and the County is just as impressive, if not more so.  The men and women of the Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Company extend our thoughts to the Hurlburt family and thank them for his years of service.  https://www.landolfifuneralhome.com/obituary/larry-hurlburt

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We are deeply saddened to learn of Larry’s passing. His dedication to the fire service in Gibbstown and throughout Gloucester County was unmatched, and we are thankful for all the responses he made serving our Logan community. Our sympathies are extended to Linda and the rest of Larry’s family.

RIP Chief Thank You. Gibbstown will miss you🇺🇸🦅😥🚒

Rest in peace sir thank you for your service condolences to your family

Well done on the memorial for Chief Hurlburt. Was impressed with how it all came together and the hospitality the company showed.

RIP sir

RIP🙏🙏

John Richard Lutz

RIP Larry. 😔.

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Condolences to all. RIP 🙏🙏🙏 👨‍🚒

Thoughts and prayers to his family

RIP Chief Thoughts and prayers for all the family and friends

RIP The Class Of 67 PHS

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This morning at about 5am, the GVFC was dispatched to milepost 15 on 295 NB for a reported 2 vehicle crash.

21-101 and 21-102 arrived and found an overnight painting crew’s crash truck had been impacted by a single vehicle.

While the BLS treated the patients, 2118 came in and put oil dry down on the Highway.
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This morning at about 5am, the GVFC was dispatched to milepost 15 on 295 NB for a reported 2 vehicle crash.  21-101 and 21-102 arrived and found an overnight painting crew’s crash truck had been impacted by a single vehicle.  While the BLS treated the patients, 2118 came in and put oil dry down on the Highway.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Glad to see non of the workers were hit

People are out of control on 295. Good job GVFC.

Guess they couldn’t see all the big flashing lights🤦‍♂️

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Looks like that crash attenuator served its purpose

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The members of the GVFC want to congratulate Chief Bates-Mangine and Captain Damminger on their well deserved promotions with the Greenwich Twp. Police Department.

Chief Bates-Mangine is 1 of 14 female police chiefs in the State of New Jersey, and the first in the history of Greenwich Township.
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The members of the GVFC want to congratulate Chief Bates-Mangine and Captain Damminger on their well deserved promotions with the Greenwich Twp. Police Department.  Chief Bates-Mangine is 1 of 14 female police chiefs in the State of New Jersey, and the first in the history of Greenwich Township.Image attachment

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Congratulations Stacey and Lou. It's well deserved. Is that Stacey's dad up from Florida to watch his little girl? I'm sure he couldn't have been prouder.

Congratulations to our new Chief and new Captain.

Congratulations to both. And thank you for serving all of us.

That’s so awesome! Congratulations Stacey Bates-Mangine. I saw the announcement that came out first. Looking good girlie!

Congrats tonight's ceremony was awesome

Congratulations Stacey Bates Mangine and Louie!

Congratulations Stacy and Louie to both of u

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congrats!

Congratulations you go girl awesome 👏🏽

Congratulations Stacey!

🎉Congratulations!🎉

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!

Congrats to both of you well deserved.

Congratulations to both .

Congratulations!

Congrats!!

Congratulations Stacey!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

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Back at it last night. About 10:15 pm during the storm, the GVFC was dispatched to Woodbury City for a RIC assignment on a building fire.

2118s crew acted as the RIC while crews from multiple jurisdictions suppressed the fire. 2118 provided scene lighting for the exterior crews.

Once a RIC was deemed not needed, the GVFC members assisted with overhaul and hitting hot spots within the building.

2118 and its crew were in service for approximately 2 hours.
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Back at it last night.  About 10:15 pm during the storm, the GVFC was dispatched to Woodbury City for a RIC assignment on a building fire.  2118s crew acted as the RIC while crews from multiple jurisdictions suppressed the fire.  2118 provided scene lighting for the exterior crews.  Once a RIC was deemed not needed, the GVFC members assisted with overhaul and hitting hot spots within the building.  2118 and its crew were in service for approximately 2 hours.

This afternoon just after 4 pm, the GVFC was dispatched to cover Mantua Twp. while they battled a dwelling fire.

While responding, 2111 and its crew were called into the scene. Once on location, they joined up with members of other departments and acted as the RIC.

Once the fire was placed under control , they where relieved of the RIC duties and assisted with overhaul of the home.

Station 21-1 was in service for about 90 minutes.
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This afternoon just after 4 pm, the GVFC was dispatched to cover Mantua Twp. while they battled a dwelling fire.  While responding, 2111 and its crew were called into the scene. Once on location, they joined up with members of other departments and acted as the RIC.  Once the fire was placed under control , they where relieved of the RIC duties and assisted with overhaul of the home.  Station 21-1 was in service for about 90 minutes.Image attachmentImage attachment
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Greenwich Township, from which Gibbstown developed, had the largest population of the six townships in Gloucester County in 1695.

Our History

The townships were formed using rivers and creeks as dividing lines and the inhabitants of the area between the Barclay River and Great Mantoes Creek requested that the land be divided and formed into the Township of Greenwich. The actual division was accomplished in 1695.

Hiram Hall, inventor of the Hall Machine at Du Pont, drove the first car through town on May 5, 1899, completing a trip from Gloucester City to Gibbstown in 55 minutes.

The Community

In the 1880’s, virtually every aspect of an employee’s life was influenced by his employer, from livelihood to social activities to housing.

The Company

On March 12, 1900 ten men banded together and established a Charter for the Gibbstown Fire Company.

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Application for Membership

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Station Tour

ENGINE ROOM

This is the engine room of The Gibbstown Firehouse.

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RADIO ROOM

This is the radio room of The Gibbstown Firehouse which is located next to the engine room.

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MEETING ROOM

This is the meeting room of The Gibbstown Firehouse which is used to hold both meetings and drills on a weekly basis.

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RECREATIONAL AREA

This is the recreational area of The Gibbstown Firehouse.

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Fire Officers

Bill Bates
Captain
Dean Sizemore
Safety Officer
Donald Doak
Jr. Deputy Chief
Jake Tropea
NIFERS Coordinator
James Schmidt
Captain/ Past Chief
Larry Hurlburt
Safety Officer
Leonard Fisler
Chief
Robert Cella
Lieutenant
Tammi Minix
Safety Officer