Sandyston Township
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Sandyston Township Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
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Sandyston Fire Department
Sandyston Township Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
133A Route 645
Sandyston, NJ 07826
Non- Emergency Telephone: 973-948-5492
In An Emergency - DIAL 911
Louis Frato, President
Arthur House, Vice President
Stanley Dutkus, 2nd Vice President
Patte Frato, Treasurer
James Gregory, Asst. Treasurer
Stephanie House, Recording Secretary
Amanda Lobban, Corres. Secretary

Scott House, Chief
Shane Houghtaling, Deputy Chief
Kevin Pumphrey, Assistant Chief
Albert Hammock, Captain

Fred MacDonald, Chaplain

Charles Juckett, Fire Police Lieutenant
Richard Haskins
Doug Hull
When you see this flag hang outside the fire department entrance it means that a fire department member has passed away. The volunteers of the fire department spend a great deal of time donating their time and energy to the fire department and this flag allows the fire department to honor the fallen member and pay tribute to their service to our township.
Fire Prevention Week 2016
At the Installation and Appreciation Dinner forthe department, the Chiefs elected Richard Haskins as Firefighter of the Year. Richard has been a member of the department for over 35 years and can be found at the fire department daily repairing equipment, working on vehicles, preparing for fund-raisers and events and helping with countless projects. Thank you Richard for your many years of dedication and volunteerism in the department and for your community!
Congratulations to Sandyston Township Volunteer Fire Department
Congratulations to Sandyston Twp Volunteer Fire Dept on trophies won at the Sussex County Firemen's Parade in Hopatcong on Saturday, October 3, 2015. This year, the department was awarded 1st place Marching Small Company, 1st Place Fire Department Color Guard Small Company, 2nd Place Command Vehicle and Best Overall In County Apparatus. It was a cold and rainy day, but that did not dampen the spirits of the fire department volunteers who braved the weather to walk 3.2 miles in the parade! Thank you STVFD - we appreciate your service to Sandyston Township and offer congratulations on your awards!