With deep, abiding sadness, the Chestertown VFC announces the passing of Theodore "Ted" Landskroener. Mr. Ted was a Life Member of long-standing, going back to the 1960's. He served a number of terms on our Board of Directors. Some of those terms included milestones such as new apparatus purchases.
It is with great sadness the Chestertown VFC announces the passing of W. Thomas (Tommy) Lynch. Tommy joined us in 1960 as a Junior member at the age of 16. While he held no elected administrative positions with the fire company, he progressed through the Active Firefighter ranks, achieving the high rank of Assistant Chief. According to his family, Tommy was devoted to the firefighting side of our mission and enjoyed the companionship, comradeship and esprit de corps found among firefighters.
On Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 8:41 pm, the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company, Kent & Queen Annes Rescue Squad, Kennedyville VFC and Kent County EMS was dispatched for the Motor Vehicle Collision with Unknown Injuries on Morgnec Road (Maryland 291) near Maiden Lot Farm Lane. The actual location was confirmed on Morgnec Road in front of Crimson Stables.
We've debuted a new recruitment video. It's available on our YouTube channel along with social media platforms. We're in need of people to fill all positions, including Firefighting and Associate Members. Associate Members help with administrative duties, which includes fund raising and serving on various committees, etc. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter or an associate member with the Chestertown VFC, please visit our website at https://chestertownvfc.org/