Staff

Administrative

President: Mike McGuigan
Vice President: Jim Toth
Treasurer: Walt Krosky
Financial Secretary: Jim McGlinchey
Recording Secretary: Kelsey Forsyth

Trustees

Chairman: David S. McGuigan Sr.
Trustee: Michael Sturm
Trustee: Michael Consorte
Trustee: Jim Behr
Trustee: Kevin Lawrence

Chaplains

Chaplain: Michael Pascarella
Chaplain: Scott Forsyth
Chaplain: John Haub

Fire Officers

Fire Chief: John Hoffman
Deputy Chief:
 Andrew Moletzsky
Battalion Chief 1: Michael Sturm
Battalion Chief 2: Dan Messantonio
Captain: Ron Smisko
Captain 1: Dan Staufenberg
Captain 2: Bill Bradford
Lieutenant: Justin Coogan
Lieutenant 1: Aaron Voegtli
Lieutenant 2: David S. McGuigan Sr.
Safety: Jim Behr
Safety 1: Kevin Lawrence

Engineering

Chief Engineer: Dan McGuigan
Asst.Chief Engineer: Jim Toth
Engineer: Scott Forsyth
Engineer: Tom Moravec
Engineer: Rob Wylie
Engineer: Joseph Monastero
Engineer: Genevieve Elmore
Engineer: Alex Pileggi

Fire Police

Fire Police Captain: Jim McGlinchey
Fire Police Lieutenant: Vacant
Fire Police Sergeant: David Colucci

History of the Harmonville Chaplains:

Approximately four years ago, the Harmonville Fire Company took advantage of the fact that three of its members were seminary trained clergymen. Two are ministers at a local evangelical church, and the third is a Catholic deacon.

Under the direction of President James F. Behr, these three members organized a chaplaincy program, whereby the provide spiritual and pastoral care to the members of the fire company on an as needed basis, and to the general public, who may be victims of a fire or rescue situation. The chaplains keep members informed regarding those members who may be ill. They call or visit the sick when able. They respond to hospitals in the event that a member is injured or ill. They conduct prayer services. The facilitate counseling for members by coordinating the response of the Montgomery County Critical Incident team. They assist families plan the funeral of a member when asked. They respond to the scene of fires and rescues in order to provide spiritual and pastoral care.