Philmont Fire Company
2013-2014 Company OfficersLine Officers
Chief Mark Beaumont 1st Assistant Chief Richard Howard (Dick) 2nd Assistant Chief Ryan O’Dowd Captain Jerry Beverly 1st Lieutenant Frank Langdon 2nd Lieutenant Anthony (Skipper) Krien 4th Fire Police Line Officers Captain Scott Wickwire 1st Lieutenant Matthew V. Oakley 2nd Lieutenant Arthur Shook
President John Blaauw Vice-President Matthew V. Oakley Secretary Sarah Hartley Assistant Secretary Tonya Oakley Treasurer Robert Card Assistant Treasurer Bill Blaauw
Trustees Five Year Trustee Richard Howard (Chair) Four Year Trustee Scott Wickwire Three Year Trustee Tonya Oakley Two Year Trustee Jose Ortiz One Year Trustee Dave Naughton
On Friday July 12, 2013 The Philmont Volunteer Fire Company NO 1.
will be hosting the Hudson Mohawk Volunteer Firefighters Association Convention.
At 6:00 a Mardi Gras parade will Step Off on
Upper Main St. at the American Legion.
Following behind the Parade will be a celebration
to Commensurate the 225th Anniversary
For the Town of Claverack
More Information is to Come for this Event.
Our Mission Statement: The mission of the Philmont Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 Inc. (PVFC) is to respond to all reported emergencies in the Village of Philmont and throughout the Philmont Fire Protection District. Provide assistance to all citizens dealing with natural and man-made emergencies. Prudently using available resources at all times having the utmost regard for the safety of fire personnel of the company and to work to the best of its abilities with due regard to limit the loss of life property and environment. Following the laws of the State of New York and the United States Of America, the PVFC located in the Village of Philmont, Columbia County shall not discriminate on the basis of race,sex,age,handicap,national origin, creed and/or religion with regard to membership and personnel matters. It is the policy of the PVFC to be in full and complete compliance with these laws. These laws also provide that members should not be subject to harassment on the basis of race, sex, age, handicap, national origin, creed and/or religion. Again, it is the policy of the PVFC to be in compliance with these laws and to absolutely forbid such events.