Bridgehampton Volunteer Fire Department

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2023 Responses
Fire EMS Chiefs Alarm
Jan 7 31 38
Feb 13 29 58
Mar 5 25 41
Apr 14 33 43
May 40 27 62
Jun 29 53 89
Jul 41 91 131
Aug 40 73 105
Sep 27 37 68
Oct 22 43 59
Total 238 442 694

Annual Response Summary
Year Fire/Chiefs Alarm EMS Total
2017 829 535 1364
2018 701 581 1282
2019 689 527 1216
2020 773 598 1371
2021 729 538 1258
2022 1012 569 1581

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Welcome to the Official Website of the
Bridgehampton Volunteer Fire Department
Take a moment to check out the Photo Galleries on the drop-down menu above 
to see what is happening "Around the Department" and much more!
The Bridgehampton Fire Dept. is on Facebook
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‘Tis the season of giving…. Give the gift of life with a blood donation. The @newyorkbloodcenter will be at our firehouse on Friday, December 1 from 1 to 7 PM (new times this year!). Refreshments and a chance to win a raffle prize for everyone who donates!
Thank you Veterans!
On Veterans Day, we salute all those who have served our country, including many of our members past and present. As we offer our thanks today and everyday, here are a few photos of veterans who went on to also serve the Bridgehampton Fire Department (and we hope to share more in the future).
Thank you to all and Happy Veterans Day!

1. Jack Zito, our department treasurer, is seen in this photo on a friend’s bike on
Okinawa while in the Army in 1961.
He ended his career with the rank of corporal in the signal/intelligence group in 1962. 

2. Ex-Chief Fred Wilford, who has served our department for more than 55 years and on the Board of Fire Commissioners for 25 years,
first served in the Navy. This photo is also from 1961.

3. Firefighter Brett Shevack served from 1970 to 1975 in the Rainbow Division
of the NY National Guard as an SP4. 

4. Many will recognize our next veteran, Tony Lambert, from the Post Office. He served in the military twice, first as an E-3 Lance Corporal in the Marines from 1996 to 2000 and then in the NY National Guard as an E-4 Specialist from 2001 to 2005 during Operation Iraqi Freedom. 

5. Light & Hose Company Captain Nathan Osborn was a BM3 in the Coast Guard from 2003 to 2008. He went on to serve in the East Hampton Town Police Department. 

6. EMT Guy Sparks is seen here in the Philippines in 1986 during
Operation Valiant Blitz, when he was a Private First Class.
He spent four years on active duty in the Marine Corps as a Field Radio Operator.
 We will never forget. 
Please take a moment to visit the 
9/11/2021 20th Anniversary
9/11 Memorial Service Photo Gallery
Bridgehampton Fire Department Chiefs 2023 
Chief Nicholas Hemby, (center)
1st Assistant Thomas Federico (left) 2nd Assistant Dillon Berkoski (right)
Bridgehampton Fire Department
64 School Street, Bridgehampton NY



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Bridgehampton Volunteer Fire Department
64 School Street
P.O. Box 1280
Bridgehampton, NY 11932-1280
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