Here is a tour of our new Engine 36-3 with Asst. Chief Kerstetter ... See MoreSee Less
A snow emergency has been placed into effect until Tuesday February 2nd @ 6am. Stay safe! ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 36-3 on the Blue Floor- Thanks to all involved in this project. This is absolutely a beautiful piece. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations and thank you kindly for adding a Roto Ray! We appreciate your business!
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West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to share some Production photos of the new Engine 36-3, it is looking great. Our Engine 36-3 Committee has certainly a tremendous job working with Glick and Pierce. Stay tuned for additional updates ... See MoreSee Less
Very functional not like tr35 or 33 two non functional rigs to many non useful things
Very nice pumper tanker, well designed! Will serve the Twp and surrounding areas well!
Very nice job
Today West Hanover Township Fire Company participated in the funeral services of Life Member Fire Fighter Dale Zimmerman. A true legacy of service to West Hanover Township To the Fire Company and the Road Crew. Dale Zimmerman was a true gentleman, offering a joke or a hand shake and a kind word when you saw him. The Second and Third generations of the family continue to serve our Community. Rest In Peace Sir....
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RIP Mr. Zimmerman
Well done, good and faithful servant. Well done.
Rest easy. Prayers
RIP dale until we meet again
The West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to announce our 2021 Fire Line Officers and Administrative Officers. We wish everyone a very successful year. Last night we installed our Administrative Officers and our Fire Chief 36 H. Steven Smedley announced his 2021 Fire Line Officers
Fire Line Officers
Chief 36 - H Steven Smedley
Deputy Chief 36-1- Matthew Kuntz
Chief 36-2 Engine Chief - Dave Stepler
Chief 36-3 Rescue Chief -Tyler Kerstetter
Chief 36-4 Administrative Chief- Matthew Senft
Captain 36- Tyler Smith
Lieutenant- Dakota Hall
Lieutenant- Jonathan Ebright
Lieutenant- Wade Mader
Chief Engineer-Jason Barnes
Fire Police Captain-Larry Knapp
Fire Police Lieutenant- John Kissinger
President- Michael Keller
Vice President-Dave Stepler
Financial Secretary-Don Poole
Treasurer- Missie Schmidt
Secretary- Adam Wetzel
Fireman’s Relief Secretary/Treasurer- Bill McCahan
Trustee- Bill Haig
Trustee- John Kissinger
Trustee- Jonathan Ebright
Trustee- Doug Schmidt
Fire Marshal-Todd Hoffman FM-36
Deputy Fire Marshal- Kyle Miller FM -36-1
EMA Director-Bill McCahan -Car 36
Deputy EMA Director-Ron Boush -Car 36-1
Assistant EMA Director- Bill Haig- Car 36-2 ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to all from a grateful community. Thank you so much.
Thanks for your service!
Awesome job goose lips😄😝😘
Congratulations and best wishes to all.
Congratulations to you all! Stay safe
Stay safe all!
Congratulations and THANK YOU to all of you!
Congratulations to all!
It is with deep sadness that the West Hanover Township Fire Company announces the passing of Life Member Dale Zimmerman. Dale was an asset to our Fire Company for many years. He leaves behind a legacy of service to our Township and our Community. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Zimmerman Family at this time. Funeral arrangements are as follows
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Prayers for family and friends.
So sorry to hear this. My condolences to his family and friends. 😥
We are so sorry to hear of his passing. Prayers for comfort
Sending our condolences to the family
Oh my! SO sorry for your great loss! My sympathies to the entire Zimmerman Family.
Oh My! So sorry to learn of this. We were friends since early childhood. A wonderful guy! My sincerest sympathy to the Zimmerman family. RIP, Dale.
Prayers for the family during this time of loss. 🙏
Prayers for the family
So sorry for your loss 🙏🏼
SO sorry for your great loss! My sympathies to the entire Zimmerman Family.
Prayers for the family, friends and his brothers!
We would like to wish our own Lieutenant Dakota Hall a Happy Birthday ... See MoreSee Less
Juat a quick reminder that Santa will be coming to town tomorrow and riding along with the firefighters of West Hanover Township!
Please see the times we will be at each stop below. ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to thank all the members that not only devoted their time but also donated these lights and decorations. These members selflessly give back to the community over and over again! From the WHTFC family to yours, have a safe and Merry Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas and thank you for all you volunteers running toward the fires! ❤️🚒
Merry Christmas and may God Bless you all!!
Thank you for serving on the front line. We appreciate your dedicated service to the residents of WH. Merry Christmas! 🎄
Merry Christmas to all of you!!🎄
Thanks to all of you. For all that you do. Not just for our township. But for all the other townships also
Merry Christmas to all of you
Mark your calendars! Santa Claus is coming to town! ... See MoreSee Less
We want to send out a special thank you to Jack! This kid just made our night! We really appreciate your gifts. We'll make sure we put a good word in with Santa for ya! 🎅👍 ... See MoreSee Less
Jack was so excited to stop by. He said “ thank you for keeping the city safe” ❤️
Click the link below to see what you could be part of when you join West Hanover Twp's Live-In program!
For more info on how to become a Live-In member please email email@example.com.
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Last night crews conducted monthly rig checks and equipment inspections. At 2048, Co. 36 was dispatched to the interstate for a vehicle accident with entrapment. Crews arrived to find 2 vehicles with one entrapped. With the assistance of Co. 34, 39 and SCEMS, crews immediately went to work stabilizing the vehicle and extricating the patient. Special thanks to Traffic 36 for keeping everyone safe during operations! ... See MoreSee Less
Scott Shive another one for your 81 travels
God bless you all for everything you do.
Prayers for all involved and first responders
Last night at approx 2300 hrs, Company 36 was dipatched to Box 39-5 to assist Co. 39 with a working structure fire. Eng. 36-2 layed in and supplied Eng. 39 with water. Eng. 36-1 and Rescue 36-1 also assisted with fireground operations. Crews opperated on scene for approx. 3.5 hrs. Photo's courtesy of Sh2 photos. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for all you do.
Good job men! God bless all of you
Another great mutual aid job.
Last night at 1756 hrs, crews were dispatched to the intersection of Clover Ln and Allentown Blvd for a vehicle accident with possible vehicle fire. E36-1 and E36-2 arrived on scene with no fire. Crews assisted Traffic 36 with traffic control and provided fluid control. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning West Hanover Fire Company Volunteers headed to HACC Shumaker Public Safety Center where we trained with Paxtonia 34 Fire Company and Colonial Park Fire Co. #1 we worked on live fire scenarios with our neighboring companies.
This joint training was paid for by a donation for all Lower Paxton Township and West Hanover Township Fire Companies by the Rotary Club of Colonial Park
Thank you very kindly to HACC and the Rotary Club for this most generous gesture. It was a very successful training for all of the companies today. It was a pleasure to work with our neighboring fire companies. Our Thanks to the Fire Line Officers from each company and the burn technicians who facilitated todays burns. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday evening 17 West Hanover Fire Company Volunteers went to HACC for an evening of training sponsored by the Rotary Club of Colonial Park we are most thankful for this very kind gesture. Crews were able to complete several evolutions extinguishing both bedroom fires and basement fires. Crews reviewed hose line advancement, driver operators had the chance to get some pump time, fire fighters also had the opportunity to get some live burn time. It was an excellent evening of training. Thanks to Deputy Fire Chief Matt Kuntz for coordinating this event. Thanks also to the burn technicians for their assistance with this training. ... See MoreSee Less
Want to be part of something greater? Become a Live-In here at Company 36. At WHTFC, we are a family who pushes each other to better themselves. We work hard always striving to provide the best service to those in need. Watch this link and see what you can become apart of!
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This Saturday, 11 members got together to staff Station 1. This was an extremely productive night as not only did we get to conduct vehicle rescue training to improve our skills. We also got to put the new rescue tools for Eng. 36-1 through its paces. The crew worked hard together and enjoyed a great night of brother/sisterhood together. Special thanks to Soni and Chief Senft for a wonderful crew dinner! ... See MoreSee Less
LIVE-IN POSITIONS OPEN!!!! The West Hanover Township Fire Company is looking for new live-in members to join our family. Our state of the art fire house (Station 1) has both male and female bunkrooms, kitchen facilities, study areas and day room with a large screen television and WIFI throughout the station. Station 1 houses Rescue 36-1, Engine 36-1, Brush 36-1, Special Unit 36 and Traffic Unit 36. All applicants must be at least 18 years old. Live-in members can either be college students that are taking a minimum of 9.0 credits a semester or transitional members who are employed a minimum of 36 hours a week. Interested applicants are asked to contact Live-in Committee Chair Adam Wetzel @ firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less