80’s High School Reunion- Murder Mystery Fundraiser! Centereach Fire Department
The Wicked Cool 80’s High School Reunion- with Knock’em, Dead comedy!
Celebrate the 80’s with your Member’s Only jacket or your best Madonna outfit
And get ready to party like we were back in whichever decade you choose!
Join us to see what’s become of all your favorite old classmates after all these years! A night full of fun, music and audience participation that will keep everyone laughing. And for one of your classmates, it will be a night to DIE for.
Hosted by Rescue Company and Company 1.
9 South Washington Ave
Saturday, April 21, 2018
Door opens at 6:00pm, show starts 7pm
Tickets are $40.00 advance and $45 at the door.
Ticket price includes- Dinner, beer, wine & Soda!
We will have raffles and 50/50!
urchase tickets on line: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3322493
or Call 631-831- 5749 or 631-219-0314.
Parties of 2 or more, please email me at
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The Chiefs, Officers and Members of the Centereach Fire Department would like to wish everyone a Safe, Healthy and Happy New Year !!! In 2017 Centereach Fire Department responded to 3,386 emergencies.
It is with deep regret and sadness to announce the passing of Daniel Peluso Ex-Chief/Ex-Commissioner of the Centereach Fire Department. Danny Peluso was a 32 year member of the Centereach Fire Department joining in June of 1985, Originally as a member of Emergency Company 1 and later Engine Company 3. Danny worked for many years as a mechanic and would later work on Firetrucks, as a mechanic he was very skilled with tools especially with the extrication tools at Motor Vehicle Accidents. Danny was a very skilled Firefighter and Instructor for newer members of the Department and served many years on the training staff. He quickly rose through the ranks and was elected Lieutenant of Emergency Company starting in 1988 and later moving up to Captain from 1992 through 1994. He was elected an Assistant Chief in 1995 and served through 1997 when he was elected Chief of the Department which he served in 1998 and 1999 respectively. After Chief he continued serving as a dedicated member, he was elected Commissioner serving from 2001 to 2003 and again in 2015. As dedicated of a Firefighter he was, he was even more dedicated to his family and friends. He married his wife Tracy in 1989 and has two children Danny and Erin. Danny enjoyed spending time with family and friends, going on vacations, and playing and singing in his band. As serious as he could be in an emergency he could also give everyone a good laugh. We have not only lost a member of our Department but of our family as well. We send the deepest sympathy, condolences and love to his family. Rest Easy Brother you will never be forgotten. “The Best”.
It is with deep regret the Centereach Fire Department announces the passing of Life Member & Ex-Chief Nick Potito. Nick Potito joined the Centereach Fire Department in 1966, a charter member of Engine Company 3 he would go onto become an Lieutenant in Company 3 and would serve as Captain in 1985 & 1986. He later moved up to the rank of Assistant Chief which he served from 1986 to 1988 and elected Chief of the Department in 1989 & 1990. We are saddened by the loss of our Chief and fellow brother firefighter and send the deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Rest East Chief you will not be forgotten.
On friday night August 4th members of the Centereach Fire Department attend the Long Island Ducks salute to Emergency Responders night at Bethpage Ballpark in Central Islip. Centereach was one of the departments that were welcomed onto the field for the opening ceremony and national anthem. Thank you to the Long Island Ducks baseball club for honoring us and all the brave Emergency Responders across Long Island.
It is with deep regret to announce the passing of Life Member, Ex-Chief, Past Commissioner Laurence “Jerry” McGrath . Jerry McGrath has been a member of the Centereach Fire Department for over 50 years. Joining the Department in 1967, McGrath was originally assigned to Rescue Company # 1. He moved up into the Officer ranks in 1970 as Lieutenant of Rescue Co. 1. In 1972 he was elected the 1st ever Captain of the newly formed Engine Company 3 which he held the rank in both 1972 & 1973. Following the rank of Captain he held the rank of Assistant Chief from 1975 – 1979. In 1980 he was elected Chief of the Department. Following the Chief ranks McGrath ran for Fire Commissioner which he served One 5 year term from 1983-1987, he also served as Vice-President of the Centereach Fireman’s Benevolent Association. The members of the Department are very saddened by the loss of a great man, a great leader and brother firefighter. We send our deepest condolences to his family and friends. Rest Easy Chief, you will not be forgotten.
On Sunday June 25th the Centereach Fire Department Juniors presented the colors for the Centereach High School Graduation Ceremony. We are very proud of our Juniors for stepping up for the presentation the colors for the 2017 Graduating class. Several of our current Juniors also graduated from Centereach High School this weekend. Congratulations to all, we would like to wish them as well as the rest of the Class of 2017 on your Graduation and we wish you the best in your future.
June 18th through June 24th is Firefighter Safety Stand Down Week. We would like to thank all our brave Firefighters as well as our fellow Brother & Sister Firefighters for all that you do. We know everyone who volunteers puts in long hours and sleepless nights taking care of the needs of our community and with the mutual goal of meeting our Department’s mission. We know that you’re dedicated, we know that you care, and we also know that you don’t get the amount of thanks that you deserve most of the time. Once again thank you for all you do, stay safe and see you on the fireground.
-Centereach Fire Department, Chiefs Office
Blood Drive Information
Centereach, NY, Centereach Fire Department will be hosting an American Red Cross sponsored Blood Drive on Saturday, June 10th from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM at 9 South Washington Avenue, Centereach, NY 11720, the firehouse headquarters.
Members of the local community and surrounding areas are encouraged to attend the event and share with their friends and family.
Every 2 seconds, someone in the US needs blood. Every day approximately 36,000 units of blood are needed in the US. Blood donating is a quick and easy process and could help save a life.
For more information or to register, visit our Red Cross Blood Drive registration page