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Tally-Ho. Chemical Engine Company was formed as an independent fire company in 1911. Tally-Ho originally served the western part of what is now Lynbrook and eastern Valley Stream,, and was a member company of the United Fire Department, with other member companies from Norwood (Malverne) and Munson (Franklin Square).

 

In 1922 the area Tally-Ho is located was annexed by the Inc. Village of Lynbrook, and Tally-Ho was forced by law to become part of the Lynbrook Fire Department. The company was split between Lynbrook and Valley Stream members, and Engine 2 of the Valley Stream Fire Department was founded on October 22nd, 1922. It was determined that the Lynbrook members would keep the firehouse and name, while the Valley Stream members would take the truck. an 1922 GMC thus becoming Valley Stream's second engine company.

 

 

 

"Brothers for 100 Years" article from the Volunteer Firefighter

 

 

 

 


Tally Ho Officers

2014-2015

Captain Dom Gerardi Jr.

1st Lt. Dan Gerardi

2nd Lt. Connor Buckley

 

Wardens

Bill McLaughlin

Jim Deliver

 

Recording Secretary - Bill Goff

Corresponding Secretary - Bill Hahl

Financial Secretary - Bill Dauscher

Treasurer - John Overs

Sgt. at Arms - Kyle Overs

 

Trustees

John Slattery

Dom Gerardi Sr.

Matt Amato


 

 

 


  • Tally-Ho History Page - Click here (revised 2-12)

  • Read about Lynbrook Fire Department's first line of duty death of a fire fighter in 1932 - Click here. 

  • 2nd Lieutenant F. J. Schnorr Remembered - Click here


 

A Fallen Hero Remembered by Firefighters on Memorial Day - click for story & photos

Navy Flag - USAThe officers and members of Tally-Ho   Engine Co. 3 remember

Ex- Captain & Associate Member Jeff Wiener,

a Navy Corpsman, who was killed in Iraq

 during  a firefight on May 7, 2005. 

 May Our Brother Rest in Peace.

 

JeffreyWiener.com - Lynbrook Herald Story  - Navy Times Story - Kentucky EMS Story - Fallen Heroes Memorial Page for Jeff - Legacy.com Memorial Guestbook - Firehouse.com Story - Navy Department Honors Jeff


1922 GMC Pumper

 

1921 Lincoln Hose Truck ↓

 

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