100% Volunteer Fire Company

 

100% Volunteer Fire Company

100% Volunteer Fire Company

Stirling Fire Company No. 1  Serving Morris County

The Stirling Fire Company No. 1 is located in the Stirling section of Long Hill Township in Morris County.  Our members are 100% volunteers who are committed to serving the community, protecting lives, property, and creating a positive difference in all roles we carry out.  The members are on call to provide emergency services, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.  The dedication of the firefighters is recognized in the extensive professional training that they undergo to further offer fire and rescue assistance.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the Stirling Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1 is to protect the lives and property of the
people of Long Hill Township through aggressive fire prevention and suppression. Since our
founding in 1913, we have answered the call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and
continue to do so with a department that is one hundred percent volunteer. Through regular
training exercises, specialized training provided by area fire academies, and a respect for the
community, the Stirling Fire Co. No. 1 will stand ever ready to provide life safety and protection
of property for the citizenry.
 
 

A Passing Member

It is with deep regret and heartache that the Stirling Fire Company announces the passing of the death of our oldest member,

Past Chief Angelo Cerulli.

Chief Cerulli, turned 100 on July 20, 2020. He's lived in the town all his life. A WW2 veteran, discharged with the rank of Staff Sergeant. He worked for the U.S. GSA as a Federal Firefighter in Belle Meade, NJ, rising to the rank of Chief which he retired from in 1974. Through 1986 he was the maintenance supervisor for the township schools. He was Chief of the Stirling fire company 1962 - 1971, the longest consecutive tenure in company history. In fact, from 1939 through 1978, either he or one of his brothers, Dan, or Frank, served as chief for 30 of those years. He is a life member and the longest-serving member at 79 years. He was the township's first fire marshal and was instrumental in passing the no open burning ordinance after large brush fires in the early 60s. Thank you Chief Cerulli for your service to, Our township and Our country, thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, Rest In Peace Chief.
Visitation is at Valley Memorial Funeral Home Friday from 5pm to 8 pm. A funeral mass is Saturday 10 am mass at Saint Vincent.

Photos of Louis R "Lou" Aroneo

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STIRLING FIRE COMPANY NO.1

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321 Somerset Street
Stirling, NJ 07980
Phone: 908.647.2669
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