Welcome to the East Rochester volunteer fire department website.
The East Rochester Fire Department is comprised of 54 active firefighters. We cover a 1 square mile area and have multiple mutual aid agreements with surrounding towns in the county. We are proud members of the 3rd Battalion in Monroe county, NY
This year the dates for carnival are as follows:
Wednesday the 27th of July is the Chicken BBQ
Thursday the 28th – Saturday the 30th of July will be the Carnival
The schedule of events will be available shortly. Please stay tuned.
Arrangements for Charlie Vanscott have been made. The Calling hours for Charlie will be on Thursday the 14th at Harloff Funeral home (Located at 803 S Washington St, East Rochester, NY 14445) From 3PM till 8PM.
The Funeral will be held at the All Seasons Chapel in White Haven Memorial park (Located at 210 Marsh Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534) Please Join us to celebrate Charlies life.
East Rochester: November 25, 2014 at the age of 85. Predeceased by his parents, Walter & Louise McPhee, five brothers & one sister. He is survived by his ever loving wife, Elizabeth (Betty) McPhee, children, Janet (Donald) Williams, Richard (Missy) McPhee & Stacey (Joel) Cuminale; grandchildren, Brad & Stephen Williams and Katherine, Erin & Richard McPhee; Elizabeth & Heather Cuminale and five great grandchildren; siblings, Lillian Grausnick & Dot Kenny; several nieces, nephews & many good friends. Ray was a US ARMY Veteran of WWII and was a Past Chief of the East Rochester Volunteer Fire Dept.
Friends may call SATURDAY 2-4pm & 7-9pm at the HARLOFF Funeral Home 803 South Washington Street in East Rochester. Ray’s Funeral Mass will be celebrated on MONDAY December 1st at St. Joseph’s Church in Penfield at Noon (12:00pm). In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to; St Jeromes Church or the Leo Center for Caring 1500 Portland Ave. Rochester, 14621.
The East Rochester Fire department has lost a long time member of its family. Lisa Battaglini Romach, wife of Department President Doug Romach and mother of Chief Mike Romach. Lisa was taken from us suddenly Wednesday, November 5th. Lisa will be remembered as a great wife, mother, grandmother and community leader. Her passion for music brought the community together every year through Sing-Out. She touched many students lives throughout the years. Please keep the Romach family in your thoughts and prayers.