Recent Calls
Mon. Mar 23rd 2020
08:54- Stations 20 and 22 with Engines 25 and 33-2 were dispatched for the phone report to Lackawanna 911 of the building on fire at 1005 Main Street in Peckville. On arrival of the PD it was actually...
Sat. Mar 21st 2020
12:56- Lackawanna 911 received the report of an attic fire and dispatched Stations 20 and 22 with Engines 25 and 33-2 to 336 Maple Street, Peckville. The first units reported nothing from the exterior...
Thu. Mar 19th 2020
07:18- Rescue 25 was dispatched at the request of 21 EMS on scene by Lackawanna Communications to 112 Basalyga Street for the lift assist. The crew was in service for 12 minutes. (029)
Sun. Mar 8th 2020
13:10- Stations 25 and 31 along with BLS 21-9 were dispatched for the two vehicle MVA with injuries at 10 Hill Street by Lackawanna 911. On arrival one driver was confined and complained of pain and R...
Mon. Mar 2nd 2020
17:55- Stations 25 and 31 with Ladder 20 and Squad 22 were dispatched by Lackawanna Communications for the residential fire alarm at 29 Railroad Street. Chief 25 arrive on scene and talked to the home...
News Headlines
Fri. Jul 12th 2019
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Our 8th Annual Wine festival will be held on Saturday August 10th from 2:00 to 7:00 PM. There will be winetasting, food, live music, specially vendors and basket raffles. See a member for tickets.
Wed. Jan 16th 2019
Jessup Hose Company #2, Station 25, has released its list of Company Officers for 2019: HOSE COMPANY ADMINISTRATIVE President- Rich Troiani; Vice-President- Bill Muchal; Administrative Secret...
Wed. Dec 5th 2018
Jessup Hose Company Number 2 will again help Santa update his computer database and digitized maps with the correct addresses of all the boys and girls in the Borough to assure all good children are o...
Fri. Aug 3rd 2018
The Jessup Fire Department in coordination with the Lackawanna Energy Center conducted an emergency response drill at the facility on Sunnyside Road on Wednesday, August 1st. There were three distinct...
Tue. Jul 17th 2018
Jessup Hose Company #2, Station 25, is hosting its Seventh
Annual Summer Wine Festival on Saturday, August 18th, 2017 at the
Hose Company Carnival Grounds located on Hill Street in Jessup from 2:0...
Chronological History of

~Chronological History of Jessup Hose Company #2~

Organization Dates

 Fire Company June 27, 1921
 Ladies Auxiliary April 15, 1962
 Ambulance Corps September 21, 1963
 Junior Firefighters  1971

 Station Built and occupied December 10, 1983 (4,800 sq. ft.)
 Addition built summer, 1997 (1,200 sq. ft.)
 Carnival Building built spring, 1996 (2,400 sq. ft.)
 Pavilion constructed spring, 2003 (1,200 sq. ft.)


Fire Apparatus through the Years

1921 White Engine

1929 Buffalo Pumper  (still in service at Thornhurst Station 54)

1948 Ward LaFrance  (retired in May, 1974)

1952 Dodge 3/4 ton  (Forestry surplus, in service September, 1994 as Brush 25; retired July  5, 1996)

1967 Ford pick-up (placed in service July, 1984 as Jess 3/Squad 25-3;
 retired March 30, 1989)

1967 International LaFrance  (placed in service February, 1987 as Engine 25-1; out of service October, 1994)

1974 Ward LaFrance  (placed in service May, 1974 as Jess 2/Engine 25-2;
 taken out of service as Engine 25, May, 2003)

1986 Chevrolet 1 ton pick-up (Forestry surplus, placed in service September 6, 1996 as Brush 25; out of service April 2017 due to electrical issues)

1986 Chevrolet Blazer  (Forestry surplus, in service February 15, 1998 as Squad 25; taken out of service in January, 2002)

1989 Chevrolet 3500  (placed in service April, 1989 as Squad 25-3;
 out of service May 21, 1994)

1994 Sutphen Rescue Engine (placed in service November 19, 1994 as Rescue 25; re-designated as Engine 25 in 2012; still in service)

2004 Freightliner/Ferrara  (placed in service as Engine 25 in May, 2004;
 sold to Rycroft, Alberta, Canada February 14, 2012)

2004 Chevy Suburban (placed in service as Car 25 in January, 2011; Sold August 1, 2016 to Jefferson Township Volunteer Fire Company)

2013 KME Heavy Rescue (placed in service as Rescue 25 in December, 2012; still in service)

2016 Ford F-550 Crew Cab with Utility Body (placed in service as Car 25 in October, 2016; still in service)

2000 Ford F-450 Dump Truck converted by hose company members into a flatbed (placed in service April 2017 as Brush 25; still in service)


Off Road Vehicles Through The Years

2003 Pug W570A 4 X 4 Pug 25 with Trailer (placed in service Spring, 2008;
 placed out of service in Spring, 2016)

2011 Polaris Ranger  ATV 25 with Trailer Off-Road Ambulance (placed in service in May, 2011; still in service)

John Deere Gator 6x4 Diesel (placed in service Spring, 2016)
 

Ambulance Vehicles Through The Years

1963 Cadillac Superior Ambulance (Jess 1)

1971 Cadillac Metro Meteor  (Jess 1; retired June 17, 1989)

1980 Ford Springfield Type III (Jess1/A 25)

1985 Ford Ashley Type III  (placed in service as A 25-9;
 out of service September, 1996)

1989 Ford Ashley Type III  (placed in service July 15, 1989 as A 25-8;
 out of service in November, 1999)

1996 Chevrolet Wheeled Coach Type III (placed in service September, 1996 as A 25-9; taken out of service in November, 2003)

2000 GMC Horton Type I  (placed in service in November, 1999 as A 25-8;
out service November, 2008 sold to Lake Harmony)

2004 GMC Horton Type I  (Placed in service as A 25-9 in November, 2003; taken out of service November, 2016)

2008 GMC Horton (Placed in service as A 25-8 in November, 2008; still in service)

2016 Ford F-450 Road Rescue Type I (Placed in service as 25-9 in November, 2016; sill in service)

 

 Hose Company President Fire Chief

  • 2019 Rich Troiani Steve Pitoniak
  • 2018 Rich Troiani Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2017 Rich Troiani Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2016 Rich Troiani Steve Pitoniak
  • 2015 Rich Troiani Steve Pitoniak
  • 2014 Rich Troiani Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2013 Jim O’Neill Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2012 Jim O’Neill Steve Pitoniak
  • 2011 Gary Pezak Steve Pitoniak
  • 2010 Gary Pezak Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2009 Gary Pezak Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2008 Gary Pezak Steve Pitoniak
  • 2007 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 2006 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2005 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2004 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 2003 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 2002 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2001 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 2000 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 1999 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 1998 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 1997 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 1996 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 1995 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak 
  • 1994 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak* 
  • 1993 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak*
  • 1992 Dominick Perini Steve Pitoniak
  • 1991 Dominick Perini Daniel Faramelli
  • 1990 Dominick Perini Daniel Faramelli
  • 1989 Dominick Perini Daniel Faramelli
  • 1988 Dominick Perini Daniel Faramelli
  • 1987 George Yurkanin Daniel Faramelli
  • 1986 George Yurkanin Daniel Faramelli
  • 1985 George Yurkanin Daniel Faramelli
  • 1984 Thomas Pitoniak Sr. Daniel Faramelli
  • 1983 Thomas Pitoniak Sr. Daniel Faramelli 
  • 1982 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli
  • 1981 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli 
  • 1980 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli 
  • 1979 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli
  • 1978 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli
  • 1977 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli
  • 1976 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli
  • 1975 Ronald Mancak Daniel Faramelli
  • 1974 Ronald Mancak Frank Kovalchick 
  • 1973 Ronald Mancak Frank Kovalchick

  * Also Borough Fire Chief


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