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  1. GUELPH FIRE DEPARTMENT 100TH ANNIVERSARY 1909-2009

  2. MISSION STATEMENT The Guelph Fire Department is a highly skilled, dedicated team committed to the protection of life, property and the environment. WE WILL: Respond to our citizens’ needs by providing professional, rapid services that are crucial to the safety, the health and welfare of the community. Accomplish this through fire suppression, fire prevention, public education, emergency medical services and other emergency and non-emergency activities. Embrace the challenges and opportunities of the future. CARING. PROFESSIONAL. COMMITTED. TRUSTWORTHY. TEAMPLAYER

  3. Fire Chief & Director of Emergency Services Shawn Armstrong, 2009 Fire Chief James Armstrong, Volunteer Fire Brigade,1875

  4. First Full Time Fire Chief L.S. Finch, 1909

  5. Deputy Fire Chief Lyle Quan, 2009 Deputy Fire Chief John Osborne, 2009

  6. Guelph Fire Dept. 1909 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 1979x_00_735

  7. Fire Department Headquarters, Circa 1905 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# Grundy 184

  8. Wilson Street Fire Station, 1909 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  9. Guelph Fire Dept. Headquarters, 1947 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 1985_41_1

  10. Fire Department Headquarters, Circa 1970 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  11. Guelph Fire Dept. Headquarters, Opened 1972 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  12. Station 2, Opened 1964 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  13. Station 3, Opened 1976 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  14. Station 4, Opened 2000

  15. Station 5, Opened 2005

  16. Guelph Firefighters, June 1939 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  17. Ruggals Chassis Fire Truck, Circa 1930 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 1991_21_1

  18. Grumman Aerial, 2009

  19. Fire Prevention Week Safety Sign, Circa 1965 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 1992_28_76

  20. Fire Prevention Week Safety Sign, 2009

  21. Lower Wyndham Street, 2009 Lower Wyndham Street, 1918 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 1994_39_22

  22. 1863 Victoria Engine Fire company #1 at Guelph Court House “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 2004_55_2

  23. Guelph Fire Brigade at City Hall, Circa 1857-1870 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 2004_55_4

  24. Guelph’s First Motorized Pumper, 1927 Godfredson, August 4/1927 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 2009_32_36

  25. Aerial #1, September 2009

  26. Firefighter’s Float, June 25/1977 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 2009_32_259

  27. Firefighter’s Fundraiser for Muscular Dystrophy, 1981

  28. Firefighter’s Display, July 5/1977 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# 2009_32_456

  29. Firefighters in front of City Hall, 1870 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# Grundy 186

  30. Fire Department, Circa 1917 “Courtesy of Guelph Museums” ID# Grundy 188

  31. Guelph Fire Department Communications Centre, September 2009

  32. Royal Canadian Legion Fire, 1975

  33. Royal Canadian Legion Fire, 1975

  34. Wellington Hotel Fire, 1975 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  35. Bond Building Fire, 1986 Courtesy of Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain and Guelph Fire Dept. Historian

  36. Quatic Chemical Fire, 2000

  37. Knight Lumber Fire, 2005

  38. Gummer Building Fire, 2007

  39. Country Depot Fire, 2008

  40. House Fire, 2008

  41. IN MEMORY OF:

  42. Fire Chief Harold SuttonDied in the Line of Duty:March 4, 1941

  43. Firefighter Leroy BennettDied in the Line of Duty:September 20, 1975

  44. Firefighter Joe LaceyDied in the Line of Duty:October 22, 1975

  45. HAPPY ANNIVERSARYGUELPH FIRE DEPARTMENT!!!

  46. Song:“Hang On”Written and Performed by Guelph Firefighter Matt Krusky and his band Full Turnout.

  47. Special Thanks to: • Ted Ernst; Retired Fire Captain (2001) and Guelph Fire Department Historian • Matt Krusky; Fire Captain, Guelph Fire Department, and his band Full Turnout. • Guelph Museum • Melina Gillies, Clerical Assistant, Accreditation, Guelph Fire Department