3 days ago
That’s right, Santa Claus will be in the Bon Air section of Havertown on the 23rd! ... See MoreSee Less
Routes are still being worked out. Jessica a PM was sent about your boy.
What is Santa's route? We have a two year old boy who is obsessed with both fire engines and Santa - so we need to make sure he sees this!
Bon Air Fire Company added 5 new photos.
3 days ago
Saluting our Hometown Heroes -
Member Profile – BOB CASSANO, FIREFIGHTER -
Bon Air Fire Co.
For over 51 years, Bob has been a lifelong dedicated member of the station who joined the ranks in 1967. Bob is currently serving on our Board of Directors and has held several leadership positions that include Deputy Chief, as well as Company President. Bob also served with the Manoa ambulance crew in the beginning of his career.
Outside of the firehouse Bob enjoys his retirement and family time with his brother, niece, and her three adorable kids. Additionally, Bob has a love for travel, including a quick trip to Atlantic City and, of course, his winters in warm sunny Clearwater FL. where he cheers on his adopted team, the Tampa Bay Lighting (and the Eagles).
Bob was inspired to join the fire house way back on his 18th birthday, when his best friend invited him to the station on a drill night. Within minutes Bob was packing up hose and formed friendships that would last a lifetime. Bob was recently honored at our 100th anniversary banquet with a lifetime achievement award for his inspiring dedication to his community and the Bon Air Fire Co.
Bon Air Fire Company is very proud to be celebrating 100 years (1918 - 2018) of service to the residents of Haverford. As we thank Bob for his service we also want to salute all emergency responders who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving the community. ... See MoreSee Less
Way to go Bob, it’s an honor to serve with you.
Congrats kiss man!!
Congrats Bob! Saw this review and remembered you from my olden days with Bob Clark.
Congratulations Bob it was a pleasure serving alongside of you during my time at the company
Bob congratulations ! A great achievement
1 week ago
Pipeline 58, along with Squad 56 and Ladder 35 is currently covering the Springfield Fire Company (Station 44) as they operate at a prolonged incident. ... See MoreSee Less
What type of incident??
Bon Air Fire Company shared AOL's post.
1 week ago
This holiday season please take a moment to ensure that your tree stays watered. Dry Christmas trees can be very dangerous.
It only takes 30 seconds for a dry Christmas tree to turn into a flaming inferno –– here’s how you can prevent that.🎄🔥Via In The Know ... See MoreSee Less
Bon Air Fire Company added 3 new photos.
1 week ago
Please take a moment and notice your surroundings before parking. ... See MoreSee Less
Operation Santa has a brand new bag was a great success. Thank you to everyone that attended our annual Christmas tree lighting this year! ... See MoreSee Less
Bon Air Fire Company added 8 new photos.
2 weeks ago
A few pictures from our tree lighting last night. It was a great success. Big thanks to our officers, crew, business members and Joe Noone for his tree decorating expertise. ... See MoreSee Less
Great night. Thank you!
Tonight’s the night! Hope to see everyone there! Food refreshments and Kris Kringle himself will be inside the engine house. ... See MoreSee Less
The Bon Air Fire Company would like to congratulate Firefighter Andrew Haeberlen and Jeff Barbara Hanna on completing their final burn for Firefighter One at the Delaware County Fire Academy today. Congratulations gentleman. These two individuals have completed the 188 hour basic training program. Now onto the National Certification next week. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations!!!!! Mama is proud of you 😘
That is So Awesome. Congratulations Jeff. 🎉
Congrats to all and thank you!!
Congratulations Andrew Haeberlen
Many hours of studying So proud of you Jeffrey 💞Mom&Dad
Wow that’s awesome Andrew!! Way to go, so many good things ahead!!
Congratulations to my Son Jeffrey
Great job Andrew Haeberlen. Congratulations 🎉🎈🎊
Congratulations 🎉🎊🍾🎈 jeff
Are you having the breakfast for dinner with Santa this year?
Bon Air Fire Company shared Instructor Chris Baker's post.
3 weeks ago
How Much Hose??? 500,000' = 94 Miles
Hose recovery and cleanup from the Camp Fire has begun. Thanks a million to the CCC Shasta Crew 20 for taking on such a huge task...you guys rock.
That’s just to get it on pallets to get it back to the cache. Then it gets unrolled, tested, washed, dried, rolled again, palletized again at the rehab center in West Redding. From there it goes back to the cache to be re-inventoried. Then the cache determines how much didn’t come back, failed test or damaged and unusable.
California Conservation Corps
(Photo/Post Credits: Fire Captain Brian Kornegay). ... See MoreSee Less
Pile of pasta Unsung Jakes Tough row to hoe Just goes to show Living Saints fighting the devil