32 entries in the Guestbook
Like the update to the website
Thanks for a great shrimp feast. Looking forward to next year
Great news about the shrimp feast. Looking forward to it.
Good looking tanker. Nice job guys.
Glad to see the website is active again. The video on the homepage is impressive so keep up the good work.
Thank you for everything you do in serving our community!
Simply...Thank You All For Your Service!
Medic 20 looks good. Hope to get by and see it soon.
Great job with the ladder truck at the deputy's service.
Another nice parade. Thanks to all for the hard work.
I wanted to say thanks to all you guys that showed up awhile back when my wife fell out in the front yard. . . I think the first one here made it in about 2 minutes so thank yall so very very Mich you guys are on the ball
didn't make fire on collose due to Trevor & Lyndsay's big day but went by next day & looks to me like you guys made an outstanding stop on an large fire GOOD JOB GUYS
Engine 22 looks good. Good job guys
Thanks for another nice Christmas Parade
Congratulations on the leap to the 24/7 full EMS coverage
thanx guys for doing a great job with the storm, glad to see the young bloods stepping up / B safe out there
hey guys ,i miss ya'll ..Hope the shrimp feast went well, and all is well..ya'll stay safe...
Thanks for another great Shrimp Feast
Congratulations to the award winners
GREAT JOB ON HOLLY RUN STRUCTURE FIRE GUYS ( TRAINING PAYS )
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL !!!! BE CAREFUL OUT THERE!
Thanks for all you do
Looked at you guys site some time ago.Looks like someone has fell asleep updating your call history or either you have just been lucky and not had any. I'm impressed with all the nice Equipment though,seems like alot for no more calls than you run.Stay safe look forward to seeing more pics of calls.
I am very impressed! Can't wait to continue browsing through the photos! We appreciate ALL CVFD does! Keep up the good work!
Just HAD to look you guys up! Think I could be an "honorary member"? My sister sent me your patch, it hangs on our firehouse wall. Enjoyed the photos!
Dave Carr - California firefighter
Nice work guys i listen to you all the time
Cool website, congrat's on winning at Urbanna on fri. nite.
thanks guy's for your calls asking about Trevor's severly broken wrist, he'll be homebound out of work for at least 3 months or more & couple more operations, your calls & thoughts are greatly appreciated !!
Thank you CVFD for the time and effort you have invested in my son Kyle. He will graduate High School soon and his life's ambition is a career in Firefighting. You have provided instruction, taught responsibility and he will come out of High School a state certified EMT and soon graduate Firefighter I and II. Devin and Chris, along with everyone else who has been involved in Kyle's journey, a heartfelt Thank You!!
32 entries in the Guestbook
Looking for a way to give back to your community? Consider joining our agency. We provide volunteer fire coverage and ems response to the surrounding community 24-7. Established in 1957, our Charter Members had a vision for providing a necessary service to our community. At the time, Franklin was the closest agency to respond in an emergency.
We recently lost our last active Charter Member. Walter Johnson was one of many that decided more needed to be done. This was not only a time commitment, but also an expense for members back then. If a new battery had to be purchased for a truck, they passed the hat amongst themselves to obtain the funds to purchase the battery. Today, every member has a set of state of the art turnout gear provided by the department. Back then, they purchased their own or had a hand me down set from another agency that they often had to share.
We live in different times. Now folks do not think of giving back. We expect these services to be provided by somebody else. Walter was certainly not one of those people. While he could not ride the trucks and fight fire anymore, he attended meetings and fundraisers. He was always around to keep us grounded, remind us of where we came from and provide much needed advice. His is a lost generation. We will not see more like him, though Lord knows we need them.
So I would ask that you consider stepping up; honor Walter and the others of his generation and give back. Volunteer to serve your community. We provide all the training and equipment. All we ask of you is your time!
Captain Weston Jamison
Capt. Jamison began his career with Carrsville VFD as a Firefighter in 2000. Since, he has put in an unprecedented amount of time and effort into making our department into what we are today. We are extremely thankful to have Captain Jamison on our team. Capt. Jamison is currently a career Lieutenant with the Portsmouth Fire Department, or "the best career department in Hampton Roads," as he would say. Capt. Jamison has 16 years "boots on the ground" with the PFD and almost 20 years "boots on the ground" with CVFD. When you can't find Capt. Jamison at PFD, CVFD, or the mill; one can usually find him livin' the beach life or by his pool at home. We can't thank Capt. Jamison enough for his many years of service to our community. #TYFYS, sir. Here's to many more years of "boots on the ground."
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Who would like to see us bring back the Shrimp Feast next summer???