Hurffville Fire Company
Saturday December 13th
12pm to 9pm

Amesbury Farms, Arden Poste, Birches West, Colts Neck, Cantebury Mews, County House Village, Deerfield, Green Acre Drive, Henley, Holly Oaks, Hillcrest Estates,  Hidden Lakes, Twin Lakes, Twin Ponds, The Reserve at Hillcrest, Heritage Tract, Heritage Valley, Newtown Commons, Old Wedgewood, Peppertree Farms,  Parke Place, Henly Estates, Rolling Acre Drive, Thornbury, Salina Hills, Severen, Shadow Brook, Sheffield Gate, Spring Lake, Lansbrook, Water's Edge, Washington Place, Wedgewood Farms, Wellington Manor, Windy Acres, Woods of Washington

Grenloch Fire Company
Wednesday & Thursday Nights, December 17th & 18th. ...
Raindate: December 19th. 
5:30pm to 9pm

Wednesday - Grenloch, Gren Meadows, Spring Mill / Bateman Estates, Wedgewood Forrest, Wedgewood Farms, Hunt Club, Surry Lake, Sawyer's Creek, Nob Hill / Wash. Way Apts., Millstream Apts., Heatherwood, Winchester Farms

Thursday - Bells Lake, Greenwood Park/Ashton Leas, Wedgewood (Trent Rd), Old Wedgewood (Bryant Rd, Forrest Dr), Meadow Run, (Daytona Ave, Dorado Ave.)  Rt. 168, Meadow Ave and Hurff Lane.

Whitman Square Fire Company
Saturday, December 20th - 2pm to 9pm
Raindate: Sunday, December 21st

Parts of Ashton Leas, Parts of Bells Lake, Birches, Birches Apts, Bonaire, Cluster's, Crosskeys, Cross Roads, Deux Mare, Foxwood, Fries Mills Estates, Gardendale, Hunters Chase, Johnson Road/Mango Court/Redwood St., Liberty Forge, Maples, Meadows, Meadows of Bonaire, Orchards/Summit Point, Peachtree, Robbindale Manor, Scott Dr./Lorne Rd., Rolling Acre Drive aStony Brook, Tall Oaks, Twin Ponds East, Valley Green, Whitman Square, Wrenfield

Please note that these are working On-Duty Fire Engines that will respond to emergencies during the Santa Run.  The Washington Twp. Fire Department will make every effort to hit every street.  Our apologies if we miss your street or pass when you’re not at home.

Happy Holidays from the Washington Twp. Fire Department

Please Come Out and Support Your Fire Department,  Vote in February





Information regarding the visitation and service arrangements for Honorary Firefighter Aiden Riebel is as follows:


Tuesday, December 16, 2014            1800-2100 hrs.

Our Lady of Hope Parish – St. Agnes Church

#701 Little Gloucester Road

Blackwood, New Jersey 08012

Visitation & Services

Wednesday, December 17, 2014                   

Visitation                                                        1000-1100 hrs.

Service                                                            1130 hrs.

Our Lady of Hope Parish – St. Agnes Church

#701 Little Gloucester Road

Blackwood, New Jersey 08012

**Fire Departments should try to arrive for 0900 hrs.

Procession to Hillcrest Memorial Park


Hillcrest Memorial Park

#550 Delsea Drive

Sewell, New Jersey 08080

The Washington Township Fire Department kindly request that agencies or departments planning on attending the services to email the total number of personnel and apparatus to NOONEFIGHTSALONE@COMCAST.NET.

Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Washington Twp. Fire Department at 856-863-4000.




 Aiden T. Riebel, age 7, of Washington Twp., NJ passed away peacefully on Dec. 10, 2014 after a courageous battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. 

Aiden was a kind loving child who loved the Phillies, the shore, and playing on his iPad. He lived his last year to the fullest, travelling to numerous places including Florida, and Maine with his family, doing the things he wanted to do. He was an Honorary Firefighter with the Washington Township Fire Dept., and has received hundreds of emails, dozens of patches, and numerous fire helmets from Fire Departments around the World offering their support. 

Aiden did things on his terms, and in his time frame. Diagnosed with AML at the age of 2, Aiden fought hard to survive, with countless hospital visits, treatments, and doctor visits, not giving up until he had his parents together alone at his side on Wednesday, the way he wanted it. 

He is the beloved son of Christine Ludwig (nee Stier) of Washington Twp., and Paul Riebel (Laura) of Gibbsboro, NJ. Dear brother of Amber Riebel, Haleigh Riebel, Maxwell Ludwig, and Rylie Riebel. Aiden is also survived by: his maternal grandparents Trudy and Charles Stier of Washington Twp.; his paternal grandfather Walter Riebel of Barrington, NJ (grandmother the late Kathleen); numerous aunts, uncles, other relatives, extended family, and countless supportive dear friends.

Viewings will be Tuesday, Dec. 16th 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM and Wednesday, Dec. 17th 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM at Our Lady of Hope Parish/St. Agnes Church, 701 Little Gloucester Road, Blackwood, Gloucester Twp., NJ 08012, where his Funeral Mass will follow at 11:30 AM on Wednesday. Interment will take place at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Route 47, Washington Township. Contributions in Aiden’s memory may be made to Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, SHANDS HOUSE, 1600 Rockland Rd., Wilmington, DE 19803. Condolences may be share at



Hurffville-Battalion 3 Firefighter of the Month

 Hurffville-Battalion 3 Firefighter of the Month

Captain Bud Miller was nominated and voted Hurffville-Battalion 3 FF of the Month for November. Bud joined the department in April 1995. Captain Miller is a third generation Firefighter with relatives serving in both Washington Township and Pitman. He thought what they did was honorable and wanted to follow in their footsteps. Captain Miller was also fortunate enough to serve on the front lines with his Dad, Ralph Miller, a Past Chief with Hurffville. Bud is married to his wife Melissa and has two daughters Mia and Charlotte. Bud works with Kennedy Health System as a Facilities Planner. He has been with the health system a total of 14 years.

Captain Miller is assigned to 10-3 Main Station where he currently serves as the Hurffville-Battalion 3 Training Officer. His passion for training and education is second to none. One of his favorite parts about being a Firefighter is "seeing a new technique or tactic 'click' for a new Firefighter". In addition to his responsibilities with the Battalion, Bud is also an active member of the Gloucester County Technical Rescue Team. 

The nomination for Bud as FF of the Month stated "you can sense his deep rooted passion, vast knowledge, and empathy for those in need of our services." Bud is the type of guy that always puts everyone else first. His countless hours spent training other Firefighters and answering their questions at all hours, noon time or 2:30 am, make him a special and irreplaceable part of this Battalion. 

Congratulations Capt Bud Miller on being named November FF of the Month.




Aiden is a very special little boy who is battling AML leukemia for the third time. He is an honorary member of our Washington Twp. Fire Department... Fire Departments from around the world have reached out to Aiden with gifts and well wishes... Check out the photo from the Chicago Fire cast... Pretty Cool!



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