Due to the Covid Pandemic, the Marshall Volunteer Fire Department has decided to cancel the Marshall Fireman's Picnic and the Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser this year. Hopefully there will be an end to this and we can get back to normal next year.
important Message from the chief
The burn ban has been lifted for our residents. Residents in our district can burn with extreme caution.
Before burning please review the restrictions, ordinances and what you need to do prior to burning. To review these go to: (http://www.marshallfiredepartment.org/burning-ordinances.html).
BURNING RESTRICTIONS: Governor Evers has issued a State of Emergency effective thru May 15,2020.
HOWEVER: Fire Chief Blair Pierce is going to allow farmers that need to burn brush piles that are in a tillable field to do so ONLY on Saturday May 2nd, Sunday May 3rd and Saturday May 9th, Sunday May 10th from 10:00am - 5:00pm. Before any burning can happen you will need to call Fire Chief Blair Pierce- 608-228-4674 or Assistant Fire Chief- Jared Blaschka- 608-608-575-5523.
There will be no burning of grass, leaves, yard waste, ditches, prairies or wild land Thanks Blair Pierce Marshall Fire Chief
The Marshall Fire Department held their annual meeting and elections on February 3rd. We would like to congratulate the following members on being elected to the following positions for 2020:
President: David James Vice President: Mike Sutkay Secretary: Ryan Chadwick Treasurer: Pete Krull
Chief: Blair Pierce Assistant Chief: Jared Blaschka 1st Captain: Rich Andrews 2nd Captain: Marcos Dominguez 1st Lieutenant: Justin Bowers 2nd Lieutenant: Taylor Hamm Water Shuttle: Paul Mohrmann Chief Engineer: Bill Blaschka Assistant Chief Engineer: Josh Ward
LOVE LIGHT TREE 2019
On behalf of the Marshall Fire Department, I would like to thank everyone that attended the 3rd Annual Love Light Tree Ceremony. This is an annual event to remember and or to honor someone in our lives that has meant something special to us. The proceeds of the Love Light Tree will be going to the Marshall Fire Department for the purchase of fire equipment and other life saving material, and we will be making a monetary donation to the Marshall/Waterloo food pantry.
First of all, I would like to thank the entire Laufenberg family for the donation of the tree, the lights, and the star, Auburn Ridge and Matt Stuntebeck for the use of the boom truck for delivery and setting of the tree, Jesse and Zach James for the scaffolding and assisting with the lights. Tom’s Guns, F&M Bank in Marshall and the Marshall Library for helping us sell the forms. Without these people this event would never have happened.
Below you will find the names that will be recognized by our Love Light Tree this year.
Honored Individuals: Erin Baumgardt, Kent Baumgardt, Pat Baumgardt, Ray Baumgardt, Reece Esham, Blake Frey, Collin Frey, Gavin Frey, Gini Frey, Jon Frey, Karen Frey, Larry Frey, Ryan Frey, Dr. Dan Grady, Betty Mae Hahn, Ellen James, Tom Laufenberg, Jerry Peck, Michael “Butch” Peck, Dave Peterson, Vickie Vick-Peck, Beatrice Rockhill, Marshall Fire Department
Remembered Individuals: Ervin & Ellen Alderson, Rollie Alderson, Daryn Allen, Don Ampe, Agnes Anderson, Don Anderson, Joe Anderson, Patrick Arnold, Eldon Bergholz, Shirley Bergholz, Virgina Besler, Ernie Blaschka, Loretta Blaschka, Roger & Betty Blumenthal, Betty Borchert, Dan Borchert, Sheila Borgurd, Gordon Cronin, Margo Cronin, Norma Cutler, Verne Cutler, Alvin & Gertie Ebert, Delores Ellis, LaVerne Fankhauser, Nina May Fankhauser, Bertha Fisher, Tom Friedal, Denny Gaines, Tab Goldsby, Joe Gorsuch, Carolyn Grossman, Kathy Gullixson, Clarence & Jack Haberkorn, Mark Haefner, Charles Hart, Helen Hart, John Heiney, Joseph Hellenbrand, Ed Herman, Jim Herman, Karl Herman, Marge Herman, Chuck Higley, Harland Higley, Joyce Higley, James Holmes, LeRoy Holmes, Marcella Holmes, Joe Houston, Dan James, Douglas James, Ilene James, Lafie James, Nancy James, Robert James, Jimmy Johnson, Margarite Keyes, Charlotte Kleinschmidt, Ken Kleinschmidt, Adella Knapton, Ken Knapton, Sandra Knapton, Gage Kramer, Christopher Krol, Bob & Mary Ann Kueffer, Wanda Kuhle, Missy Kump, Alyce Laufenberg, Anthony Laufenberg, Larry Leistikow, Bill Leslie, Carole Leslie, Lloyd Margelofsky, Alice Martin, Ken Martin, Mearl Martin, Bill Marx, Jeanette Marx, John Marx, Pete Meffert, Cassie Menchoff, George Mohrmann, Vernice Motl, Norman “Mike” Peck, Tom Perrett, Father Ron Renk, David Rogers, Dennis Ruskin, Roger Scheel, Bill Scheer, Jim Schwartz, Jim Shepard, Bruce Sprague, Dean Stark, Delores Stark, Diane Stark, Warren Stark, Steve & Billy Steele, Catherine Stuntebeck, Henry & Mary Stuntebeck, Leonard Stuntebeck, Ed & Irene Sullivan, Kathi Sullivan, Ron Sutkay, Kim Sylvia, Lillian Theobald, Jim Tressley, Clarence “Shorty” Vick, Sylvia Vick, Timothy Vick, Dana Lynn Waddell, Eleanor Waddell, Mabel Wampole, Royce Wampole, Cathy Weber, Lucille Wells, Raymond Wells, Carl Wendt, Milt Willborn, Jeanette Zimmerman, Linda Zimmerman, Izzy, Reload, Winchester
Thank you again for all your support.
David James President Marshall Fire Department
It is the mission of the Marshall Volunteer Fire Department to provide the best possible care to the people that live, visit and travel through the area served by the Marshall Volunteer Fire Department. Care and treatment will be provided to all without prejudice to race, color, creed, religion or sexual orientation. We are constantly striving for improvements in the care delivered, the quality of membership, the quality of training and education provided to our members and members of the community.