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Greg Hamilton

The officers and members of the Cordova Vol. Firemen's Assoc. send our sympathies to the the officers and members of Queen Anne-Hillsboro on the untimely passing of Firefighter/Paramedic Greg Hamilton. Greg answered his last alarm on Tuesday April 12th. Greg was involved in an auto accident on Maryland Route 404 and Maryland Route 16 while returning home from his job as a paramedic for Delmar Fire Company.

Greg has proudly served the Queen Anne- Hillsboro Fire Company for the past 6 years. He was very active serving in many positions and had served the company proudly in the role of EMS Captain. Greg was always involved in EMS and proudly served the fire company as one of their most active paramedics.

Greg was a brother and well known through out the Fire / EMS Service. Greg not only volunteered for Queen Anne-Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Company but he also was employed with the Goodwill Fire Company and Delmar Fire Company. Greg always provided excellent patient care with pride and dignity. Greg was also an active member of the Maryland Red Knights Chapter 2 in Easton.

Arrangements are as follows:

Visitation Tuesday April 19th from 2pm to 4pm and from 6pm to 8pm at Fellows, Helfenbein & Newnam Funeral Home in Centreville

Services Wednesday April 20 at 11:00 at St. Christopher’s Catholic Church in Chester

Please keep Greg’s parents, wife and children in your thoughts and prayers.


Assist to A.A. County

On 2/19/2011 Sta. 50 was alerted to transfer an engine to Anne Arundel County due to numerous large natural cover fires in the Baltimore metro area.  E-54 (502 Larmore) transfered to A.A. County Sta.3 Riva at 13:15.  While there, they handled several calls.  E-54 was later transferred to Earleigh Heights Sta. 12, where they ran on a working natural cover fire.  The crew returned to Sta. 50 at 21:20.


 Sta. 50 was alerted at 01:25 on 01/30/2011 to assist Sta. 60 on a house fire at 9338 Gannon Road.  Chief 60 arrived on location to find smoke showing and assumed Gannon Road Command.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


Serious MVA

On 01/15/2011 Sta. 50, PM-90, and PM-96 were alerted at 05:23 for a serious MVA in the area of Rt. 309 and Three Bridge Branch Road.  U-57 (503 Messix) arrived to find two vehicles involved and assumed Cordova Road Command.  The crew from E-51 (501 Secrist) extricated the driver of the car, while the crews from R-61 and E-68 extricated 1 patient from the mini van.  E-52 handled the LZ.  The extricated patients were flown by Trooper 6 and Trooper 1 to the truama center.  Three other patients were transported to Easton Memorial Hospital. 




MSFA Drill

On October 10,2010 CVFA participated in the MSFA Rural Water Supply Drill along with companies from across the state.  The event was hosted by Caroline Sta. 300 in Denton.  The drill simulated a large fire at North Caroline High School and involved shuttling water from the draft site setup on the Choptank River in West Denton to the dump site at the high school.  E-52 was one of engines drafting and T-53 was utilized in the tanker shuttle.  Additional photos can be found in the 2010 photo gallery.