Wassaic Fire Company introduces new officers for 2022
WASSAIC — The Wassaic Fire Company has announced its slate of new officers after holding its annual elections at year’s end on Thursday, Dec. 9.
2022 Fire Company Officers
Chief Tim Shea
Deputy Chief John Snyder
Asst. Chief Brody Rogers
Capt. Robert Boyles
1st Lt. Virgil Shook Sr.
2nd. Lt. Brian Place
2022 Rescue Squad Officers
1st. Lt. Keely Shea
2nd. Lt. DeAnna Wiese
2022 Fire Company
President David Rosenberg
Vice President Brian Whalen
Treasurer Thomas Ackerman
Financial Secretary Mark Rogers
Recording Secretary Michelle Shelly Maglio
Corresponding Secretary Susan Whalen
Departing in 2021
Among the officers who will be stepping down this year, the Wassaic Fire Company saw Doug Corrow step down as fire chief. His position as chief ended on Wednesday, Jan. 12.
Corrow thanked his fellow outgoing officers with whom he served in 2021, and said he enjoyed helming the company.
“The last year has been challenging due to COVID,” he said. “There were a few intense calls throughout the year. However, we worked as a team and got through it.”
In 2021, Corrow reported the Wassaic Fire Company responded to a total of 458 incidents and delivered a total of 2,338 manpower hours.
“I respect the chief’s position in any fire company,” Corrow reflected. “Most people are not aware of all the behind-the-scenes work in the fire service. Hats off to anyone who steps into a chief’s position. I would like to congratulate the officers for 2022 and wish them the best of luck throughout the upcoming year.”