The history of Storm King Fire Engine Company No. 2 is proudly on display in the Museum, detailing the early days of the company, which was founded in 1868. Bob Gosda who was a member of the fire company for 51 years had taken a special interest in preserving the company’s historical records, … Read More..
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#ElectricalSafety info courtesy of our friends at Central Hudson
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· Call the fire department and notify them that it's an electrical fire.
· Never use water to put out the flames, as that may cause serious shock. Use only an approved fire extinguisher, or leave the premises.
· If possible, SHUT OFF THE MAIN BREAKER.
· Be prepared for fires by installing smoke detectors, having fire extinguishers, updating and correcting any electrical problems, and holding fire drills periodically.
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3 weeks ago
It is with deep regret that this department announces the passing of Ex-Chief Stephen R. Johnson (S.R.J.). Ex-Chief Johnson was a 52 year member of the company having served as Chief of the Department from 1983 thru 1984. Steve also served as President of the Company from 1987 thru 1988. Over the years Stevie proved that he was a member and a friend that could be depended on no matter the task at hand. On many occasions he would offer his guidance and knowledge to our members about the history of the company and his experiences fighting fires over the years. He was a member and leader of our legendary "Kitchen Committee" that would provide food for company events including monthly meeting's, the Summer Fair, Riverfest and any other time he was called upon. Steve was a licensed electrician who would provide his services to meet the needs of his brother firemen in the truest sense of the "Brotherhood". Most recently Stevie will be remembered for serving as the Crossing Guard for the Village at the Cornwall on Hudson elementary school. In doing so the responsibility entrusted upon him by the community to insure safe passage of our children while walking to school was treated by him as if all the children were his own grandchildren. Visitation for Ex-Chief Johnson will be held on Monday February 4, 2019 from 2pm-4pm & 6pm-8pm at the Quigley-Sullivan Funeral Home located at 337, Hudson St., Cornwall on Hudson, NY. A funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday February 5, 2019 at 11am. Please keep Stevie and the entire Johnson family in your thoughts and prayers. "Zipper" - You may be gone, but the imprint that you have made on our fire company and your community will live on forever. ... See MoreSee Less
Rest In Peace, my friend. You are loved and missed by all. Thanks for giving this kid from The Bronx a chance. See you on the top floor.....
I have found memories of Stevie from growing up around SKE. He was a great guy and will be missed.
Very sorry for your loss. Stevie was the best. Prayers to the family.
Awww so sad condolences to his brothers n sisters of ske2. N his family
Rest In Peace Stevie! Prayers for all those at Storm King Engine Company. Our hearts are with you!
RIP Steve, an asset of the Village.
RIP Chief, see you again on the top floor 🇺🇸👨🏻🚒
RIP sweet neighbor😔🙏🏻
Very sad news, I loved working with him, lot’s of good stories & memories of the Village. See you Steve - in another place & time.
Rest In Peace Stevie! ❤️
Rest in peace Steve, thoughts and prayers to his family
R.i.p you were a great guy
Rest In Peace
Rest in peace. Thank you Steve for sharing your kindness and generosity with us all.
Sad news RIP Steve. A good bowler too. Many good times.
Condolences to Ann and family. Rest in Peace Steve. One of a kind!
My prayers are with his family and to Storm King fire department, I know Steve as i was officer in Vails Gate Fire Dept years ago,may he rest in piece 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
What a touching tribute. Rest peacefully.
So sorry to hear about this. He is my neighbor and was a very kind and welcoming person. I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences and sympathy to his family and his fire department family.
What a blessing to have known such a special person. Prayers of peace to the family.
I send my regards even just reading this I didn’t know him but if where in a firehouse where all brothers and sister firefighters
So sad to hear of Stevies passing. Rest in peace!
Prayers and condolences to Steve’s family and to the entire Storm King Engine Co.
He will be missed. Great man!
🙏🙏🙏 to Steve’s family & the Storm King Eng. Co. members
4 weeks ago
It is with a heavy heart that Storm King Engine Company #2 announces the passing of long time Honorary Member Lloyd Neville, Jr.. Lloyd served the fire company in excess of 50 years as a Honorary Member. During his time with the company he served as our Drill Seargent and the company won many parade trophies which included Retiring the OCVFA Best Overall Thomas Ringlehan Memorial Trophy in 1993 under his watchful eye. He will also be remembered for serving many culinary delights at our Annual Firemen's Fair, the Bruce Armitage Memorial Softball Tournament or one of the many other company events that he gladly cooked and served food at. Lloyd was an avid hunter and fisherman who spent many days sharing his love of the outdoors with friends and family as well as passing along his knowledge to anyone who would listen, especially the next generation of sportsman. In addition to serving his community with the fire company, Mr. Neville proudly served our great nation as a United States Marine. Lloyd is survived by his wife, Marie at home as well as his son, Ex-Chief Lance Neville and wife Tammy, Sister Catherine McVeigh and several grandchildren. A memorial mass will be held in his honor on Saturday February 2, 2019 10am at the St. Thomas of Canterbury Church in Cornwall on Hudson. 'Mr. Nev." may be gone, but he will never be forgotten by his fellow members of the company. We ask that you please keep Lloyd and the entire Neville family in your thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
He was also survived by his sister, Catherine McVeigh.
Deepest sympathy to the Neville family and also to the members of the Storm King Engine Company.
Old Pal, I would give anything for one last fishing trip,archery lesson,or just sitting on the porch telling stories. RIP Mr. Nev. God Bless
Our Community is better because of him and will deeply miss him.. our condolences to his family
My heart aches over this loss. Rest in peace Mr. Neville. You were such a gem and an extension of our family. Hugs to heaven
Rest In Peace my friend. Thanks for giving this kid from the Bronx a chance. You will be missed greatly by all of us. See you on the top floor.
So sorry for your loss. R.I.P Mr. Neville.
Nice that you honored his highlights in this post- RIP, sir
This is such sad news. Mr Neville was a good guy.
This afternoon I was told of Mr. Neville’s passing, & I am very saddened by hearing this..... my sincere condolences to Marie & the family. The Neville’s always looked out for my mom & dad when I was stationed in Germany, & even mom In later years. Rest easy Marine, we have it from here. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🇱🇷
My sincere condolences to Marie and Lance. RIP Lloyd you were a great neighbor.
Very sorry to hear this. Prayers to the family & Storm King.
So sorry for the Neville family lose. Great man.
So very sorry for the loss of a brother, The village and town lost a great gentleman, may Lloydy RIP
...i'm so sorry for the loss
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and firehouse
That was lovely! Rip Lloyd!
So sorry for you loss. May the angels lead him in.
RIP Lloyd, my deepest sympathy to his family, firehouse family and all his friends.
So sorry to get this news Sincere condolence to the family
Sorry for your loss. Lloyd had many friends and we will all miss him.
Lance Neville I am so very sorry for your loss. It seems that your father was a wonderful man who was well loved and respected within his community. Keeping you in my prayers and thoughts. May your memories of him help you through this difficult time.
Sorry to hear. Inhve a bunch of great memories from all the time i spent hanging at the firehouse as a kid.
I’ll pass it on to Dad too.
Rest in peace Lloydy you were a beautiful man💜😢💜
Thank you for your service Mr Neville
2018 – 150th Anniversary of Storm King Fire Engine Co. No. 2
Since 1868, Storm King Fire Engine Co. No. 2 proudly serves our community through the dedication of our men and women firefighters, auxiliary, associate, and honorary members who volunteer thousands of hours every year. 2018 is a very special year as we celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Storm King Fire Engine Co. No. 2! Stay tuned for updates! Contact Chief Mike Trainor at 845-219-9518 or email 150thAnniversary@stormkingfire.org for details or to sponsor an event for our membership.