Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | Richard R. Cole, 67, of Allentown, passed away Tuesday, May 8, 2018. He was the husband of Kathleen A. (Weikel) Cole, to whom he was married 46 years. Born in Allentown, he was the son of the late
Thank you so much. You guys are the greatest!! The camaraderie of the members of the South Whitehall fire departments is like no other. Eleven years ago when my dad passed, I witnessed the support and love of the Greenawalds team. Now, Woodlawn is demonstrating the same love and support. Words cannot express my gratitude.
At 16:00hrs, Tanker 3221 and Engine 3212 responded to the 2600Blk of Colombia street for a reported brush fire in the rear of the residence.
Chief 3201 arrived on the scene with a 10X20 area burning alongside Route 22. Tanker 3221 arrived and deployed a 350ft handline to the fire. Engine 3212 took a blocking positioned on route 22 westbound. Crews had the fire under control in 20 minutes.
Captain Cincilla takes time out after the fire to do some public relations and shows off the equipment to a future firefighter in the neighborhood. ... See moreSee less
Today, Woodlawn Fire Department received notice from the PA Department of Health that we have been officially accredited as an EMS continuing education sponsor. This will allow our team to complete continuing education in house to maintain various certifications as EMS providers. Completing in house education will help our team advance our skills and provide even more advanced care to our community and its guests.
Firefighter/Paramedic Sasha Savkova was essential in obtaining this accreditation with assistance from the Eastern PA EMS Council. We thank her for her hard work in making this goal a success.
Keep your eyes to social media for further updates or stop by the firehouse any Monday night at 7pm to find out how to volunteer! ... See moreSee less
Woodlawn volunteers along with the other South Whitehall Fire Departments were dispatched to district 26 for a mulch fire with exposures. Chief 1101 (Garger) arrived and found a small mulch fire not extending to the structure.
Truck 331 (Cetronia) and Engine 3212 arrived and extinguished the small fire. Companies operated on the scene for approximately 20 minutes. ... See moreSee less
Woodlawn Volunteers along with Lehigh County Emergency Management, Lehigh Valley Health Network Security and EMA, Salisbury Township Police/Public Safety, Western and Eastern Salisbury Fire Departments, and Lower Macungie Fire Department participated in a simulated Aircraft Down drill at Lehigh Valley Hospital Ceder Crest.
Thank you to Chief Held for his service, congrats to Sasha Savkova and Courtney McManigle.
I miss you old timers nothing but the best memories running with station 32 keep up the good work ladys and gentlmen god bless all the volunteer men and women first responders medics emts flight medics and fire fighters god is always watching to keep you all safe amen
Great to see Asst. Chief Barry Search. Chief Kutz you have a good guy there But I don't have to tell you that.
You Savkova women rock!!!
Thanks for all you do! Miss you my friends!
Miss you guys & gals. Keep on keeping on.
Congrats on 90 ladies and gentlemen! And way to go Sasha!