Police & Fire

Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department Honors Members at Annual Dinner

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(L-R) Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department Vice President Sam Calamito, Chief Gary Garmella and Former Assistant Chief Brian Hebrank. Credits: SMKent
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(L-R) Assistant Chief Andrew Pollara, Chief Gary Garmella and Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department Vice President Sam Calamito. Credits: SMKent
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(L-R) Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department Vice President Sam Calamito, Chief Gary Garamella and Robert Daum, who was honored for 35 years of service. Credits: SMKent
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(L-R) Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department Chief Gary Garamella, Vice President Sam Calamito and Tom Height, who was honored for 35 years of service. Credits: SMKent
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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Several members of the Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department were honored for their service during the department's annual dinner held at Cedar Hill Country Club in Livingston on May 13. 

Each member honored has serviced in various volunteer positions over the years, sacrificing nights and days to keep the community safe.

Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Pollara and former Assistant Chief Brian Hebrank were honored for 15 years of service. Both became "Life Members" and are pictured above with Caldwell Fire Chief Gary Garamella and Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department Vice President Sam Calamito.

Robert Daum and Tom Height were both honored for 35 years of service and are also pictured above with Garamella and Calamito. 

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