In Case of Emergency Dial 9 – 1 – 1
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Phone: 732-462-1829 – NON EMERGENCIES ONLY
Fire Hall - at this time we are not accepting new rentals and the hall is not available to the public.
It is with deep regret that the members of the Marlboro Fire Department announce the passing of Mrs. Florence "Flo" Voorhees who was a ex-member of our Ladies Auxiliary and wife of our Ex-Chief & Life Member Garret Voorhees.
Visitation will be at the Freeman Funeral Home in Freehold Boro on Friday, January 25, 2019 from 6-8PM.
Interment will be at the Old Brick Church Cemetery in Marlboro on Saturday the 26th next to her beloved husband Garret.
May you rest in eternal peace Flo and may you now watch over all of us. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
I’d like to thank the men of the department who were kind enough to allow us to gather at my dads favorite place and moms service and a special thanks to the men who escorted mom to the church and to her grave.
Her laughter and humor have been missed and now we know we will only hear them in our memories. Marlboro and Old Brick Church lost much with Gary’s passing and now with Florence’s passing. Rest In Peace Florence and Gary.
Florence was a very lovely lady always smiling. Good friends with my mother and father Rip and Dottie Riopel . My dad was was a past chief and foreman of “Uncle Dan and my mom past auxiliary president.
God Bles her ---she was a fine lady
Thank you from the Texas part of the family.
Our sincerest condolences on her passing. I can only begin to imagine the grief and loss you all must be feeling. My Wife is an active member of our Auxiliary at Marlboro, Ohio FD, and I can tell you first hand how MUCH we appreciate ALL that The Ladies do for us. They truly are VIP's and we could NOT continue to do our jobs without them. God bless you all and may He surround you with His Comfortor and Love.
RIP Flo and prayers for her family. Marlboro, Ohio
Such a beautiful lady, inside and out. She added so much joy and love to the world around her, now she can walk again hand in hand with her beloved husand, Gary, down heaven's path.
Rest in Peace Mrs. Voorhees
She will be missed awesome lady
Deepest Sympathy to you and your family for the passing of your Mom , she probably missed your Dad , may they both Rest In Peace !
Sorry for your loss
Rest In Peace Mrs. Voorhees.
Rest In Peace Prayers to the family
My first job I was a library side in Marlboro by the police department. It was a great experience and Mrs. Voorhees did a great job singing at old brick in the choir. Great memories for a great lady
RIP to a lovely lady
Our condolences! Her and Mr. Voorhees were wonderful people. Great neighbors. Rip
Condolences to the Voorhees’s family. May she Rest In Peace.
RIP God Bless
Sorry to hear. I remember her from my banking days and she was always so nice! Rest in Peace......
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4 weeks ago
Beautiful lady all the way through. What Joy and laughter she brought to the world. She will truly be missed.
It is with deep regret the Members of the Marlboro Fire Department announce the passing of one of our ex-long time members, John DeLorenzo. (07/11/45 -12/06/18)
John was a former District #1 Fire Commissioner for many years and also help spear head a lot of work that was done around the Firehouse while a member.
John was one of the members that help get our direct mail fundraisers to the households of District #1 which has help fund a lot of our building projects over the years.
Daddy "D" as he was called around the Firehouse was also just a really good guy. He was one of the first people you met when you joined and he help show you the way.
John had moved away a few years ago to be closer to family out in Arizona but whenever he was back East he was sure to stop in and see his 2nd family at the Firehouse.
Are thoughts are with his kids....John Jr, Jennifer, and Joey during this difficult time.
May you rest in peace John and continue to watch over all of us. We have it from here. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
To the members of Marlboro Fire Company Thank you !
Our condolences and heartfelt sadness for your loss. Our Fire Chief was just talking about "honoring our past; those who have paved the path we now walk on" at last night's Christmas banquet for our Marlboro Twp Vol Fire Co. in Ohio........ Go rest high on that mountain.....
A good man with a great sense of humor. You will be missed
Jennifer DeLorenzo Apap
Our condolences, may he Rest In Peace.
Rest in Peace Sir, It was a privilege and an honor to have known you. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Condolences to the family and the firehouse. Thank you all for your service.
Rest In Peace,my friend ..
Rest in Peace. I met John and his family in the early 1980's when they bought houses from me. They were a pleasure to work with. Good, decent, and honest. My deepest condolences to his family.
Joey DeLorenzo John Delorenzo
Rest in Peace
Rest in peace🙏
Rest easy Daddy D . You will be missed .
Rest In Peace brother
Rest In Peace john you will be missed
Prayers to you kiddos. Xoxo
A recent article found from back in the day when we had our formal opening of our new Firehouse in October of 1933!!! ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
October 7th is a day of remembrance to honor all fallen Firefighters throughout the nation . Although the Marlboro Fire Department has never lost a member in the line of duty, Marlboro Township, NJ has from the Morganville Vol Fire Co. #1.
On January 11th, 2000 Asst. Chief Ronald J. Osadacz died as a result of complications from a car fire that he was at fighting during the overnight hours.
Today and every day we stand in remembrance of Asst. Chief Osadacz and keep with us that he is always watching over us each time we respond to a call.
We are also fortunate enough to now have his son, Ron Osadacz a member within our Department ranks who each day continues to carry on his Father's legacy of being a Volunteer Firefighter and answers the call to help those in need at any given time.
We will never forget you Chief Osadacz and know that we have it from here. ... See MoreSee Less
4 months ago
I’m the fortunate one to have found a brotherhood and company that I truly wish my father could’ve been apart of! Thank you for remembering and for keeping his memory alive! It means more to me than you’ll ever know!
Recently the Marlboro Fire Department was approached by a young man by the name of Zachary Gelber who is working toward his Eagle Scout and wanted to come up with a way to make it easier for people to donate old and worn out American Flags.
Zachary was able to secure some old mail type boxes and painted them and did some redesign to them to make them stand out.
You may now come to the Firehouse parking lot 24 hours a day and drop off any old and worn out flags you may have and Zach will come by periodically to collect them and take them to a proper ceremony for disposal.
Thank you Zach for thinking of the Marlboro Fire Company to help you out with your project and good luck on your Eagle Scout !!! ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
I saw this when I was home. I think Zasha should do this.
Awesome , Chad Corsaro I think we have one
Way to go!
Cool! I have an old flag I’ve been meaning to drop off at the legion. I’ll drop it off here instead.
Wow another great idea by an Eagle Scout! !! Way to go!!!!!
I have a few I should drop them off the next time I come to Jersey!
Great idea Zach!!
Just a quick update from Highlands NJ Fire Department (Station 17-1) ! Good luck 17-76 !The Highlands Fire Department is happy to announce that the donated Fire Apparatus from Marlboro Fire District No 1 has been placed into service, known as 17-76. This apparatus will replace a 1984 Mack Pumper which has many deficiencies in serving the borough properly.
We greatly appreciate the support from Marlboro, the Borough Council and Administration along with the generous donations you have all made to our cause. THANK YOU! ... See MoreSee Less
6 months ago
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6 months ago
My dad would be proud.
Section 1’s finest!
This has been a tough couple of days for the local fire service. Our brothers of Freehold Fire Department (Station 15), lost a beloved member of their Department, Reggie Simms.
Reggie was a great supporter of Marlboro and this will be a hard loss.
Rest In Peace sir and please watch over us. ... See MoreSee Less
6 months ago
Thank you, we appreciate it.
Rest in peace.
So sorry, you guys. 🙏
The members of the Marlboro Fire Department are keeping our thoughts and prayers with the Englishtown Fire Department as they are dealing with the unimaginable. #brotherhood #thinredline***DEATH NOTIFICATION***
On Tuesday, July 31, 2018 Chief Engineer/Firefighter Pasquale “Pete the Pepper” DiBenedetto suffered a medical emergency which ultimately resulted in his death on Thursday, August 2, 2018.
The medical emergency occurred hours after the department responded to an alarm system investigation, in which Pasquale responded. As a result, the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety has declared the death of Chief Engineer/Firefighter DiBenedetto as a Line of Duty Death.
Arrangements are as follows:
Monday, August 6th, 2018 between the hours of 4pm and 9pm at the Lester Memorial Home in Jamesburg, NJ.
Tuesday, August 7th 2018 starting at 10 am at the Our Lady of Mercy Church in Englishtown, NJ. The funeral services will be preceded by a Fire Department Procession from the Lester Memorial Home to Our Lady of Mercy Church. Following funeral services a repass will be held at the Englishtown Fire Department.
Any emergency service agencies which plan on paying respect are requested to contact Department Chief Lou Sarti via email at 1266@EnglishtownFD.com ... See MoreSee Less
6 months ago
Today at approximately 07:25 a.m. the East Freehold Fire Company was dispatched to Tappan Way for a structure fire during this mornings storm. Upon arrival, the fire was located in the attic and was quickly extinguished and contained to the attic. The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but all residents were out safely, and no fire personnel was injured.
Special thanks to the Freehold Fire Department (Station 15), Freehold Township Ind. Fire Company #1, Adelphia Fire Company, Marlboro Fire Department District #1, Manalapan Township Fire Company 1, and Freehold Emergency Medical Services for assisting on scene, Englishtown Fire Department and Colts Neck #1 for covering our town, Monmouth County Communications, and Monmouth County Fire Marshall’s Office. ... See MoreSee Less
7 months ago
Nice job, you guys! 👍🏻
On Wednesday June 20th 2018 The Marlboro Fire Department had two new firefighters join our ranks. FF Jerry Arminio and FF William Higgins graduated from the Monmouth County Fire Academy they endured countless hours of fire ground training and classroom training all learning how to become the best of the best.
We wish them a long and safe career as a "VOLUNTEER" firefighter and welcome them to helping us out on the front lines.
Pictured below are Chief of the Department Joseph Chaplinski, FF Arminio, FF Higgins, and Captain Paul Lorenz. Chief Chaplinski and Captain Lorenz were both in attendance to present to the new firefighters their new helmet shields and badges to be worn on their uniforms. ... See MoreSee Less
8 months ago
God bless, be safe men!
Congratulation. Be safe.
Congratulations & stay safe!
Very happy to have such a dedicated group of volunteers. Be safe!
God bless you both. Be smart and be safe.
Congratulations to both of yea. Welcome to Station 28-1.
The Voorhees family welcome you.
Today the members of the Marlboro Fire Department officialy said "good bye" to one of our older Engines.
We retired our Unit 28-176 which was a 1993 Marion Pumper on a Spartan chassis, 1500 gpm pump, & 625 gallon booster tank and replaced it with a more modern state of the art 2017 KME 1750 GPM pump with 1,000 gallon water capacity. This new truck will more adequately serve the residents and business of District #1.
But our old truck which still has many years of service left was donated to the Highlands NJ Fire Department (Station 17-1) which so very much needed a "newer" piece of apparatus to help serve their residents.
We are very happy to see that our Engine will still be close to home in Monmouth County and who knows we may even get to see it one day soon at a local fire once Highlands has her up and running!
Below are the two Engines side by side and the ceremonial handing over of the "keys" to Highlands Fire.
All of us at Marlboro wish you best of luck on your new Engine Highlands ! May it bring you many years of service as it did for us!! ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
Please be advised that the Marlboro Fire Department is NO LONGER taking requests for Banquet Hall rentals.
If you have a rental already booked you will still have your event. Any new requests will NOT be honored. ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
I loved going to breakfast with Santa and Easter bunny there as a kid!
Why the change?
It is with the deepest regret and sadness that today the Members of the Marlboro Fire Department announce the passing of one of its longest serving Life Members and Ex- Chief's Mr. Carlton "Bud" Borden.
Ex-Chief Borden served with the Fire Department in Marlboro Township for over 70+ years and was just recently honored by the Township with a street dedication on Vanderburg Road.
Bud has served the Fire Department over the years in many different capacities such as President, Trustee, Fire Commissioner, Chief of the Department and most of all "good friend"
Arrangement for Ex-Chief Bud Borden are as follows....
A wake on Tuesday August 29th from 4-8pm @ Higgins Funeral Home in Freehold, with a Firefighter service starting at 7pm. Wednesday August 30th beginning at 10am at Higgins with full Fire Department escort to Old Brick Church in Marlboro for 11am mass.
We ask during this time that you keep Bud's family in your thoughts and prayers. His family has been a large part of our extended family for many years. We only hope that he is now at peace and rest with his wife who was also a member of our Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. Betty Borden.
May you continue to watch over us, all the rest of our days Ex-Chief Borden and may you always know that we thank you for your tireless service to the men and women of Marlboro Township and know that we have it from here! ... See MoreSee Less
1 years ago
A true gentleman. He was loved and respected by so many. Our prayers go out to his family. Rest In Peace Bud.
Remembering another Great Marlboro Servant. Thanks for for service Bud Borden! RIP Mary Lou & Bob Hartman
Rip Bud you were a great neighbor for a lot of years. You will be missed by many.But you are with your Betty now.
Another old timer joining the fire department above! A great guy for conversation!
Our condolences on your loss.
Rest in peace bud !! I will miss our talks at the Freehold foodtown..
Better for knowing you brother.
We knew Bud for only a short time, but he left his mark on our hearts. Such a sweet, loving man.
Thanks Tommy for a beautiful tribute...loved this guy!!!!
Rest in Peace Sir
Rest easy Bud. I always remember the great times we had as firefighters and members of SPAAMFAA .
R. I. P. My condolences to the. Borden family
Rest In Peace Bud.
Condolences from Adelphia. Bud was always a great supporter of our Company. Thought and prayers to Buds family
Honestly one the the nicest men I've ever met in my life. My condolences to the Borden family, and The Marlboro Fire Company.
R.I.P. Bud. He was a dedicated fireman of the Marlboro Fire Co. For a very long time. Deepest Sympathy to the Borden family
Bud and Bette are together again...both sweet and loving. So happy we knew them.
Will miss you BuD. Thank you for everything you have teach me in the past and great times at Wildwood. You will be missed but not forgotten. We have it from here BuD continue your journey and watch over us. R.I.P. BUD BORDEN
Bud and Betty were wonderful people. I was lucky enough to know them from going to Old Brick Church. Our condolences to their family and friends
Sad for your loss, but happy for Heaven's gain and the wonderful memories you have from such a Faithful Servant. "Go rest high, on that mountain...."🎶🎶🎶
With Uncle Bud's passing I believe all of the old guard have gone to their final resting place. Our families thoughts prayers are with the Borden girls Janice, Sharon, MaryLou and Carol.
My deepest sympathy to the Borden family.
RIP Bud. You will be missed
The Marlboro Fire Department would like to congratulate FF Lawrence Movsik on graduating the Monmouth County Fire Academy this past Tuesday June 20th.
FF Movsik endured over 16 weeks of training giving up a Tuesday night and all day on a Saturday to learn and become what it takes to be a NJ State Firefighter!
Job well done FF Movsik and welcome to the long line of brotherhood of being a Firefighter !
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2 years ago
On Thursday evening members of the Marlboro Fire Company practiced RIT team operations with Gordons Corner Fire Co. The RIT or Rapid Intervention Team is dispatched to working fires and high risk incidents. They are trained to rescue other firefighters in the event someone gets lost or injured. Thank you Gordons Corner Fire Co for training with us. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
Thanks to our sister company for the invite. We look forward to future trainings together.
This morning members of the Marlboro Fire Department participated in a tanker / pipeline drill with Matawan, Robertsville, Morganivlle, and other surrounding towns. Our engine was assigned to run the tanker fill site near by. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
That's me dumping the fill valve while being timed..... No pressure! Lol
We did that same training at our Marlboro FD!! Awesomeness!
Thursday night members of the fire company practiced their search and rescue techniques and extinguishing the fire during live burn drills at the Monmouth County Fire Academy ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago
On Monday March 27th members of the department sharpened their extrication skills. The department was able to demo new battery operated Hurst tools on vehicles donated. Special thanks to Trillenium Auto Salvage and Stattel's Brookrest Farm for donating the vehicles and Marlboro Auto Body for towing the vehicles. ... See MoreSee Less
2 years ago