Old Utility Sold And Back Inservice At Its New Home
 
By Chief Charlie Green Jr
October 12, 2017
 

In September, Gamber accepted bids for our 2004 Ford F350 pickup formally known as Utility 13. Orleans Fire Company in Little Orleans, Allegany County, Maryland placed the winning bid. Members from Orleans Fire Company including Chief John Clingerman, took delivery of the truck on September 23 while attending our yearly Sportmen's Raffle.

The truck is now known as Utility 43-2 and will pull their UTV and be used by members to get to classes. We wish Orleans best of luck with the truck and many years of service.

 
Chief Charlie Green and Chief John Clingerman
Chief Charlie Green and Chief John Clingerman
 
Utility 43-2 with UTV43
Utility 43-2 with UTV43
 
Photo when Utility 13 was placed inservice in 2004
Photo when Utility 13 was placed inservice in 2004
 

Matt Jones October 14, 2017 at 8:13 PM
Grew up in Winfield's first due area. As a kid attending Mechanicsville Elem. (early 1070s before any portables or addition!) I recall when Gamber VFD was housed there at 32 & 91 across from Ford's Store...looooong ago! Now this retired Trooper lives about five minutes from Orleans VFD! It is indeed a small world!


Janet Elbin October 15, 2017 at 12:58 AM
The officers and members of Orleans wish to thank you for all the support you have given us. I know the utility will serve our department very well.


Gamber & Community Fire Company October 15, 2017 at 8:27 AM