Keene FD Gamewell System Digitize Machine installed at position 3

Keene Fire Alarm Superintendent Brian Shepard putting the finishing touch on the install as Chief Phil Tirrell looks on.


The full time staff at Fire Mutual Aid. The men and women who answer the emergency calls and dispatch the resources needed for 78 towns in New Hampshire and Vermont 24 hours a day/seven days a week. To our knowledge, there has never been a recent picture of the entire fulltime staff due to schedules and the fact that at minimum, 2 dispatchers need to always be in the dispatch center. Photo taken in the new dispatch center by David Symonds, Keene Fire Dept. Photographer.
Combined years of service = 178 years of service. The average number of years on the job = 16 years.

Left to right – Deputy Chief Joe Sangermano (MAC-2);Lt. David Whipple(Dispatcher 1);Lt. Matt Yeatman(Dispatcher 3);Dispatcher Erik “Kaz” Kazlouskas(Dispatcher 5);Lt. Kevin Kennedy(Dispatcher 4);Dispatcher Jay French(Dispatcher 6);Dispatcher Kassie Dupre(Dispatcher 7)Lt. Tom Redin(Dispatcher 2);Dispatcher Virginia Gilman(Dispatcher 8);Deputy Chief Bonnie Johnson(MAC-3);Chief Phil Tirrell(MAC-1)


We have 71 years of combined service “working the board” today that includes Deputy Joe Sangermano, Lt. David Whipple and Lt. Tom Redin. Because of their ranks and seniority, the 3 of them rarely work together.


It is with regret that the Sullivan Fire Department announces the passing of Retired Chief Richard Connor. He was a 20-year member of the department and a co-founder of the Sullivan Rescue Squad. There will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, June 15 at 1400 hours at the United Congregational Church of Sullivan, Church Street, Sullivan, NH. Burial will follow at the Sullivan Center Cemetery on Center Street. Personnel are requested to meet at the Sullivan Church on June 15th at 1400 hours in Class A uniforms.


The Dublin Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of retired Deputy Chief Brian McDonald. Deputy Chief McDonald served the department for 25 years, from 1964 to 1989. He also served many of those years as a Deputy Forest Fire Warden. Calling hours will be Wednesday, June 11th, from 1400-1600 and 1800-2000 at the Cournoyer Funeral Home on River Street in Jaffrey. The Funeral service will be Thursday, June 12th, 1030 at St. Peter’s Church on Vine Street in Peterborough.


New Dispatch Update – June 10, 2014 Every day we move closer to the finish.

The new position 4 now has the CAD screens, radio console and work PC up and running.

The new position 3 has the CAD screens and work PC up and running and in the lower right corner sits the City of Keene Gamewell system digitize machine ready to be installed.