Welcome to the Official Website for the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department is one of nine volunteer stations in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. Station 7 is located at 300 Third Street in the heart of a small auction town. Station 7 is a 100% volunteer station, providing Fire/Rescue/EMS services to Crumpton and the surrounding areas. Station 7 also provides mutual aid to Kent County, Maryland. We run about 300 to 400 calls a year. We pride ourselves in protecting life and property of Crumpton and surrounding areas. We operate with an Engine, Rescue/Engine, Engine/Tanker, Brush Truck, Chief Truck, Utility, Swift-Water unit and a BLS Ambulance.
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department is always looking for new volunteers! If you are interested, stop by, call the station at (410) 778-6100 or email CVFD7@icloud.com. Check us out on Facebook @Crumpton Volunteers
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department added 14 new photos.
3 weeks ago
On April 16, 2018 the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department Board of Directors was approached by Chief Eric W. Meredith. Chief Meredith requested the establishment of a committee to review the replacement of our current Engine - 71. Engine - 71 is a 2001 Freightliner built by American LaFrance. It holds 750 gallons of water with a 1250 GPM pump and has pump-n-roll capabilities. The department’s Board of Directors appointed a voluntary group office members to the "Engine Committee". Committee members consisted of Chairman / Chief - Eric Meredith, 1st Asst. Chief - Joseph Joyner, 2nd Asst. Chief - Norman Husfelt, 2nd Lieutenant - William Elborn IV and Fire Fighter - Jayden Wilson.
The committee held their first official meeting on Mother's day Sunday, May 13, 2018, being the first of many. The committee first started by reviewing the current condition and maintenance records on the 18 year old engine. The committee also reviewed county standards and preformed a needs analysis. A few items that we researched we're, building construction in our 1st as well as 2nd and 3rd due areas, average manpower during daytime vs weekend/week nights as well as water supply restrictions. The committee determined a need for replacing our current Engine - 71, pending approval from the department. After gaining approval of the department, we began to meet with Fire Engine Manufactures, Finance companies and even our department’s accountant for financial direction.
The committee choose Pierce, Rosenbauer and Seagrave manufacturers to design and bid our new engine. The committee spent 3 months meeting with manufacturers, visiting various fire departments and trade shows to get an idea of the type of engine that would best benefit our community and membership. Deadline to return bids was set on July 30, 2018. The committee reviewed specs, pricing, warranties and build times. On Thursday, August 2, 2018 the committee voted to select a manufacture to build our new engine. The committee met with the department’s Board of Directors for approval. On Sunday, August 5, 2018 100% of the voting members present, agreed to concur with the committee’s selection. Monday, August 6, 2018 the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department’s general membership voted to purchase a 2018 Seagrave Marauder custom built engine, contracted by 10-8 Emergency Vehicle Services Salesman, Tim Massey.
On August 30 & 31, 2018 the engine committee met with Seagrave Fire Apparatus in Clintonville, Wisconsin. The committee members spent more than 19 hours with engineers and Seagrave representatives completing pre-construction of our new engine. Engine -71 replacement will be a 2018 Flattop, Low hose bed, Marauder engine, carrying 1,000 gallons of water, a 20 gallon foam system, 1750GPM Waterous Pump, offering seating for six and driven by the new Cummins X12 500hp diesel motor. This engine will exceed the Queen Anne’s County standards when placed into service. Estimated delivery will be in May of 2019. This unit will be designated Engine -71.
Special Thanks to Tim Massey (Seagrave LLC), Brett Romberg (Seagrave LLC), Amanda Wallace (BB&T Bank), Nikki Mothersell (BB&T Bank), Michael Payne (BB&T Bank), Joseph Cupani CPA (Department Accountant / Finical Advisor) and John Michalik (J.G. Parks & Sons). We also would like to thank the following fire departments for your helpful advice and knowledge as well as for allowing us to ride and drive some of your newer apparatus.
Clayton Fire Company - Clayton, DE
Goodwill Fire Company - Centreville, MD
Good Will Fire Company: Station 18 -
New Castle, DE
Upperco Volunteer Fire Company - Upperco, MD
Concordville Fire & Protective Association - Concordville, PA
Christiana Fire Company Station 12 - Christiana, DE
Solomons Volunteer Rescue Squad & Fire Department - Solomons, MD ... See MoreSee Less
Must be new math or calendar of the future ESP beam me up Scotty
Robert Jr. Bury
Nicole Nizer Mothersell
Your lucky! The weather was good for your trip. Mine was not so good. We went in January. Temp was -45 at night and warmed to -24 during the day, and I was flying a 95’ Arialscope. Great trip, thanks Ray
The best engine to get
Crumpton Volunteers would like to send our thoughts and prayers to QAHVFC as they mourn there loss of one of there own! RIP ... See MoreSee Less
This is such a loss for our County.
Prayers for the family.
Crumpton Dances are BACK!!!!
Saturday November 3rd, 2018
18 to ENTER - 21 to DRINK
See flyer for ticket information! ... See MoreSee Less
We are def going Jennifer Elborn,Shelby Lynn Belcher,Billy T. Elborn,
This is awesome!
Lol Taylor Lindsey reminds me of sudlersville ones in the mid 2000's lol
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department shared Fenton Fire Equipment's post.
2 months ago
This event is next Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less
The members and officers of Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department are sending our Condolences to the Howard County Fire and Rescue R.I.P FF.Nathan Flynn ... See MoreSee Less
On July 18th, company 7 was altered for a Inland water rescue in the Chester river off of broad street in the 7-61 for possible person stuck in the mud , chief 7 ,special unit 79 , brush 7 and boat 70 , And other mutual aid company’s responded “officer 701” had broad street command. Many thanks to all mutual aid company’s that responded ... See MoreSee Less
I was told some one called in a kayak in distress that was found to be a bouy.......
The chicken is ready!! Come get some!! We’re at Outpost until we sell out! ... See MoreSee Less
Information on our Annual Chicken BBQ ... See MoreSee Less
On Sunday, June 24th company 7 was alerted for a long fall in the 7-5 Deep Landing Rd Rescue7Engine, A70,P-500 and EMS3 made a response due to the patient injuries aviation was requested trooper 6. officer “707” was the ground contact for the LZ ... See MoreSee Less
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department added 2 new photos.
3 months ago
The hall renovation has started! ... See MoreSee Less
Members took time this Sunday evening training in the first due checking dry hydrants and pump training on drafting ... See MoreSee Less
On May 15th company 7 was alerted for a first due trailer fire on Matthew dr. Rescue7Engine,Engine7tanker, ambulance70, Made a response with a staffing of 13 personnel officer 704 had Matthew dr. command ... See MoreSee Less
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yes great pic
We are selling our new shirts today! Stop by the fire house, we will be here until 12:00!
** Prices vary by design ** ... See MoreSee Less
As of right now, no online sales. If you cannot make it here today, we can set a time to meet at the fire house. Online sales may be an option in the future.
What are the price ranges on 2xls and is it cash only ?
Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department shared their post.
5 months ago
Reminder about our event on Saturday!Save the Date: Saturday May 12, 2018!
The public is also open to buy tables. ... See MoreSee Less
Today Company 7 was altered to Kent county company 6 “ Chestertown “ area for a tractor fire. Engine7tanker made a response ... See MoreSee Less
On Friday April 27th company 7 was alerted to Kent county Maryland company 2 millighton area 20-9 for a chicken house fire on Golts rd ,Engine7tanker made a response ... See MoreSee Less
Members from company 7 took some time this morning training on hose lines management and water supply. ... See MoreSee Less
Save the Date: Saturday May 12, 2018!
The public is also open to buy tables. ... See MoreSee Less
Lana Waddell Chris Schrock
Company 7 was dispatched on April 20th for a vehicle fire with exposure in Kent county company 3 area “30-9”, Rescue7Engine and Engine7Tanker made a response with 8 personnel ... See MoreSee Less
Members from crumpton took advantage of the nice weather this weekend . Finally got the equipment shining again ... See MoreSee Less
Pride in your company!! Great job!
We sure do and thank you it truly means a lot
My kinda department
Attention all Tournament participants from yesterday:
One of our fishing participants lost a camouflage Scent Blocker jacket with his boat key inside. It was last seen on one of the benches down Deep Landing. If anyone has seen or picked up this jacket by mistake please contact us.
Let’s help one of our fishing friends find his jacket & boat key! ... See MoreSee Less