Green Bay Metro Fire Department Honor Guard

Green Bay Metro Fire Department Honor Guard This is the official public page for the Green Bay Area Firefighters Honor Guard. It hosts event notifications and allows for sharing of photos and videos for the HG.

Operating as usual

Photos from Green Bay Metro Fire Fighters's post

Photos from Green Bay Metro Fire Fighters's post


June 20, 2015 - LODD
Lieutenant Michael Miller, 45
Green Bay Metro Fire Department. Green Bay, WI
Lieutenant Miller was found collapsed on the floor in the fire station near his bunk in the early morning hours of June 20, 2015, and was quickly attended to by other department members who found no vital signs present. Lieutenant Miller was pronounced deceased in the location found at 04:55AM. Lieutenant Miller was working a 24 hour shift and had responded to his last alarm, an EMS call, several hours earlier. Lieutenant Miller was assigned to Station 3 on A Shift. Lieutenant Miller had loyally served his community for over 18 years.

Tonight we are standing guard to honor the service of Ret. District Commander Ron Marto.

Tonight we are standing guard to honor the service of Ret. District Commander Ron Marto.

Tonight we are standing guard to honor the service of Ret. District Commander Ron Marto.

Today we are standing to honor the service of Ret. Lt. Stephen DeTerra. Godspeed.

Today we are standing to honor the service of Ret. Lt. Stephen DeTerra. Godspeed.

Today we are standing to honor the service of Ret. Lt. Stephen DeTerra. Godspeed.

Tonight we honor the service to the city of Green Bay and its citizens of Retired Battalion Chief Don Ward.

Tonight we honor the service to the city of Green Bay and its citizens of Retired Battalion Chief Don Ward.

Today we stood for retired Capt. Richard Cheslock Appointed 1969, Promoted to Captain 1995, and Retired after 32 years o...

Today we stood for retired Capt. Richard Cheslock
Appointed 1969, Promoted to Captain 1995, and Retired after 32 years of service in 2001. Godspeed sir.


Gov. Evers Orders Flags to Half-Staff as a Mark of Respect for Capt. Durwood "Hawk" Jones of the Wisconsin Air National Guard's 115th Fighter Wing

MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today signed Executive Order #98 ordering the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff as a mark of respect for Capt. Durwood "Hawk" Jones. Capt. Jones was a pilot with the 115th Fighter Wing out of Truax Field Air National Guard Base in Madison and passed away on Tues., Dec. 8, 2020 while participating in a routine training mission in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The cause of the crash is under investigation.

“Capt. Jones was a decorated combat veteran, a selfless hero serving both at home and abroad, and a caring father, husband, and son,” said Gov. Evers. “Our hearts break for his wife and kids and his family, and Kathy and I join the people of our state in offering our condolences. We will continue to keep them in our thoughts and prayers. We're thinking of all of Capt. Jones' loved ones and his fellow service members in the 115th Fighter Wing and the Wisconsin National Guard.”

Green Bay Metro Fire Department Honor Guard's cover photo

Green Bay Metro Fire Department Honor Guard's cover photo

Gov. Evers Order Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers signed ...

Gov. Evers Order Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers signed Executive Order #97 ordering the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff on Mon., Dec. 7, 2020 on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. The attack on the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu took the lives of 2,403 Americans and injured 1,178 more.

“The attack on Pearl Harbor was a turning point not only for World War II but for our country, deeply impacting Americans across our state and nation,” said Gov. Evers. “Each year, Wisconsin remembers the bravery and sacrifice demonstrated by Americans on O'ahu that day, and honors the enduring legacy of our veterans, including the more than 5,800 World War II veterans currently living in Wisconsin, who fought to preserve and defend the freedoms and quality of life enjoyed by folks across our country today.”

Executive order #97 is effective from sunrise to sunset on Mon., Dec. 7, 2020


Flag lowering order

Gov. Tony Evers signed Executive Order #96 ordering the flags of the United States and the state of Wisconsin to be flown at half-staff in honor of Cpt. Kelly Lynn Raether of the Town of Ixonia Fire & EMS. Raether passed away on Nov. 26, 2020 after contracting COVID-19 in the line of duty as she responded to the emergency medical needs of a COVID-19 patient.

Executive order #96 is effective immediately and ends at sunset on Sat., Dec. 5, 2020.

The United States Honor Flag

The United States Honor Flag could use your help. A $5 donation will help them to continue to complete their missions. If you can donate follow the link below, they take multiple forms of donation. Thank You Chris and Cindy for all you do for the fallen Police, Fire and Military families. If your able to donate thank you for supporting them.

Urgent request from Chris Heisler ,U.S. Honor Flag. SupportSUNDAY! Donation Challenge. $5. We need at least $500 for the next mission to prevent going in the RED. Our last few missions fell very very short on coming close to covering our actual cost.

AppleCash? Send $5 or whatever you can to 305-206-6441.

Or Donate on

Green Bay Metro Fire Explorers Post 9489

Green Bay Metro Fire Explorers Post 9489

🚒🚑🚨Virtual Open House🚨🚑🚒

Trying to decide what career to pursue after high school? Are you interested with becoming involved with the fire service? If so, you are in luck! Join us tomorrow night for our first ever VIRTUAL Open House. This open house is for parents and kids ages 14-20 years of age (must have completed the 8th grade). Subjects to be covered include staff introductions, explorer expectations, schedule, and any questions you may have about the program.

Our Open House starts at 6 PM tomorrow night. To sign up, please email Lt. Walesh at: [email protected]

Standing for our brother, retired Captain, William Brunette. Prayers to his family; Godspeed.

Standing for our brother, retired Captain, William Brunette. Prayers to his family; Godspeed.

Wise counsel, calm demeanor, friendly personality just a few of the characteristics that describe Chief Sellin. He was t...

Wise counsel, calm demeanor, friendly personality just a few of the characteristics that describe Chief Sellin. He was the honors guard’s liaison to administration and a sounding board for ideas and questions. He will surely be missed. Congratulations on your retirement, Chief.

On the morning of November 13th at 6 am, Battalion Chief Steve Sellin will walk out the doors of Station 1 one last time after faithfully serving the citizens and visitors of the City of Green Bay and Village of Allouez for the last 26 years. Battalion Chief Sellin started with the Green Bay Fire Department on March 28th, 1994 as an EMT-Basic. Prior to being hired on the GBMFD, Steve worked as a Paid-On-Call Fire Fighter for Brown Deer Fire Department for 2 ½ years. He spent most of his career working at 2’s, climbing from the rank of Private to Lieutenant, and ending his career as a Battalion Chief. He also served on the Hazardous Materials Team, Urban Search and Rescue Team, and the Honor Guard. When asked what Steve will miss the most about the job, he stated he will miss the comradery amongst his Brothers and Sisters that he worked with, and helping others! With retirement, he is looking forward to taking some time off and relaxing, more time on the motorcycle, and walking his dog on the lakefront of Milwaukee where Steve and his wife will be living! Please help us in congratulating Battalion Chief Steve Sellin on his 26 years of service protecting the citizens and visitors of our great community from the perils of fire and medical emergencies…


The United States Congress created the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to lead a nationwide effort to remember America's fallen firefighters. Since 1992, the tax-exempt, nonprofit Foundation has developed and expanded programs to honor our fallen fire heroes and assist their families and coworkers.

The 39th National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service will be held Sunday, October 4, 2020, to honor firefighters who died in the line of duty.

In accordance to Public Law 107-51, the American flag should be lowered to half-staff on Sunday, October 4, 2020 from sunrise to sunset in observance of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service.

The governor issued a flag lowering order for September 26 and October 10 in respect for the firefighters of Wisconsin w...

The governor issued a flag lowering order for September 26 and October 10 in respect for the firefighters of Wisconsin who have given their lives in the line of duty.

International Association of Fire Fighters

International Association of Fire Fighters

Tune in today at 11:00 a.m. (MT) / 1:00 p.m. (ET) to the IAFF’s 2020 Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial Virtual Remembrance to honor members who have fallen in the line of duty and whose names will forever be etched onto the union’s Wall of Honor in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The broadcast starts on Facebook or at 10:50 a.m. (MT) / 12:50 p.m. (ET) and the program begins at 11:00 a.m. (MT) / 1:00 p.m. (ET).

Whether you don’t post anything until 9:28a.m., you watch news coverage of remembrance ceremonies, or recall where you w...

Whether you don’t post anything until 9:28a.m., you watch news coverage of remembrance ceremonies, or recall where you were and what you were doing 19 years ago.....please remember we are one nation, one people, and there are individuals who put there lives in the line every to protect us, all of us, regardless of our differences.

Please never forget your feelings that day, never forget those who gave their lives and those who still risk their lives for us everyday.

Here is the list of those who gave it their all, without hesitation, for strangers that day in New York.


Firefighter Joseph Agnello Ladder 118
Lieutenant Brian Ahearn Engine 230
Firefighter Eric Allen Squad 18
Firefighter Richard Allen Ladder 15
Captain James Amato Squad 1
Firefighter Calixto Anaya Jr. Engine 4
Firefighter Joseph Angelini Rescue 1
Firefighter Joseph Angelini Jr. Ladder 4
Firefighter Faustino Jr. Battalion 9
Firefighter David Arce Engine 33
Firefighter Louis Arena Ladder 5
Firefighter Carl Asaro Battalion 9
Lieutenant Gregg Atlas Engine 10
Firefighter Gerald Atwood Ladder 21
Firefighter Gerald Baptiste Ladder 9
Assistant Chief Gerard Barbara
Firefighter Matthew Barnes Ladder 25
Firefighter Arthur Barry Ladder 15
Lieutenant Steven Bates Engine 235
Lieutenant Carl Bedigian Engine 214
Firefighter Stephen Belson Ladder 24
Firefighter John Bergin Rescue 5
Firefighter Paul Beyer Engine 6
Firefighter Peter Bielfeld Ladder 42
Firefighter Brian Bilcher Squad 1
Firefighter Carl Bini Rescue 5
Firefighter Christopher Blackwell Rescue 3
Firefighter Michael Bocchino Battalion 48
Firefighter Frank Bonomo Engine 230
Firefighter Gary Box Squad 1
Firefighter Michael Boyle Engine 33
Firefighter Kevin Bracken Engine 40
Firefighter Michael Brennan Ladder 4
Firefighter Peter Brennan Rescue 4
Captain Daniel Brethel Ladder 24
Captain Patrick Brown Ladder 3
Firefighter Andrew Brunn Ladder 5
Captain Vincent Brunton Ladder 105
Fire Marshal Ronald Bucca
Firefighter Greg Buck Engine 201
Captain William Burke Jr. Engine 21
Assistant Chief Donald Burns
Firefighter John Burnside Ladder 20
Firefighter Thomas Butler Squad 1
Firefighter Patrick Byrne Ladder 101
FF Firefighter George Cain Ladder 7
Firefighter Salvatore Calabro Ladder 101
Captain. Frank Callahan Ladder 35
Firefighter Michael Cammarata Ladder 11
Firefighter Brian Cannizzaro Ladder 101
Firefighter Dennis Carey Haz-mat Co. 1
Firefighter Michael Carlo Engine 230
Firefighter Michael Carroll Ladder 3
Firefighter Peter Carroll Squad 1
Firefighter Thomas Casoria Engine 22
Firefighter Michael Cawley Ladder 136
Firefighter Vernon Cherry Ladder 118
Firefighter Nicholas Chiofalo Engine 235
Firefighter John Chipura Engine 219
Firefighter Michael Clarke Ladder 2
Firefighter Steven Coakley Engine 217
Firefighter Tarel Coleman Squad 252
Firefighter John Collins Ladder 25
Firefighter Robert Cordice Squad 1
Firefighter Ruben Correa Engine 74
Firefighter James Coyle Ladder 3
Firefighter Robert Crawford Safety Battalion 1
Lieutenant John Crisci Haz-Mat Co. 1
Battalion Chief Dennis Cross Battalion 57
Firefighter Thomas Cullen III Squad 41
Firefighter Robert Curatolo Ladder 16
Lieutenant Edward Datri Squad
Firefighter Michael D'Auria Engine 40
Firefighter Scott Davidson Ladder 118
Firefighter Edward Day Ladder 11
Battalion Chief Thomas DeAngelis Battalion 8
Firefighter Manuel Delvalle Engine 5
Firefighter Martin DeMeo Haz-Mat Co. 1
Firefighter David DeRubbio Engine 226
Lieutenant Andrew Desperito Engine 1
Battalion Chief Dennis Devlin Battalion 9
Firefighter Gerard Dewan Ladder 3
Firefighter George DiPasquale Ladder 2
Lieutenant Kevin Donnelly Ladder 3
Lieutenant Kevin Dowdell Rescue 4
Battalion Chief Raymond Downey Special Operations
Firefighter Gerard Duffy Ladder 21
Captain Martin Egan, Jr. Division 15
Firefighter Michael Elferis Engine 22
Firefighter Francis Esposito Engine 235
Lieutenant Michael Esposito Squad 1
Firefighter Robert Evans Engine 33
Battalion Chief John Fanning Haz-Mat Operations
Captain Thomas Farino Engine 26
Firefighter Terrence Farrell Rescue 4
Deputy Commissioner Chief. William Feehan
Firefighter Lee Fehling Engine 235
Firefighter Alan Feinberg Battalion 9
Firefighter Michael Fiore Rescue 5
Captain John Fischer Ladder
Firefighter Andre Fletcher Rescue 5
Firefighter John Florio Engine 214
Lieutenant Michael Fodor Dquad 1
Firefighter Thomas Foley Rescue 3
Firefighter David Fontana Squad 1
Firefighter Robert Foti Ladder 7
Firefighter Andrew Fredericks Sqaud 18
Lieutenant Peter Freund Engine 55
Firefighter Thomas Gambino Jr. Rescue 3
Chief of Dept. Peter Ganci Jr.
Lieutenant Charles Garbarini Battalion 9
Firefighter Thomas Gardner Haz-Mat Co. 1
Firefighter Matthew Garvey Squad 1
Firefighter Bruce Gary Engine 40
Firefighter Gary Geidel Rescue 1
Battalion Chief Edward Geraghty Battalion 9
Firefighter Dennis Germain Ladder 2
Lieutenant Vincent Giammona Ladder 5
Firefighter James Giberson Ladder 35
Firefighter Ronnie Gies Squad 288
Firefighter Paul Gill Engine 54
Lieutenant John Ginley Engine 40
Firefighter Jeffrey Giordano Ladder 3
Firefighter John Giordano Engine 37
Firefighter Keith Glascoe Ladder 21
Firefighter James Gray Ladder 20
Battalion Chief Joseph Grzelak Battalion 48
Firefighter Jose Guadalupe Engine 54
Lieutenant Geoffrey Guja Battalion 43
Lieutenant Joseph Gullickson Ladder 101
Firefighter David Halderman Squad 18
Lieutenant Vincent Halloran Ladder 8
Firefighter Robert Hamilton Squad 41
Firefighter Sean Hanley Ladder 20
Firefighter Thomas Hannafin Ladder 5
Firefighter Dana Hannon Engine 26
Firefighter Daniel Harlin Ladder 2
Lieutenant Harvey Harrell Rescue 5
Lieutenant Stephen Harrell Battalion 7
Battalion Chief Thomas Haskell, Jr. Division 15
Firefighter Timothy Haskell Squad 18
Captain Terence Hatton Rescue 1
Firefighter Michael Haub Ladder 4
Firefighter Philp Hayes Retired- Engine 217
Lieutenant Michael Healey Squad 41
Firefighter John Hefferman Ladder 11
Firefighter Ronnie Henderson Engine 279
Firefighter Joseph Henry Ladder 21
Firefighter William Henry Rescue 1
Firefighter Thomas Hetzel Ladder 13
Captain Brian Hickey Rescue 4
Lieutenant Timothy Higgins Special Operations
Firefighter Jonathan Hohmann Haz-Mat Co. 1
Firefighter Thomas Holohan Engine 6
Firefighter Joseph Hunter Squad 288
Captain Walter Hynes Ladder 13
FF Jonathan Ielpi Squad 288
Captain Frederick Ill Jr. Ladder 2
Firefighter William Johnston Engine 6
Firefighter Andrew Jordan ladder 132
Firefighter Karl Joseph Engine 207
Lieutenant Anthony Jovic Battalion 47
Firefighter Angel Juarbe Jr. Ladder 12
Chaplain Mychal Judge
Firefighter Vincent Kane Engine 22
Battalion Chief Charles Kasper SOC Battalion
Firefighter Paul Keating Ladder 5
Firefighter Richard Kelly Jr. Ladder 11
Firefighter Thomas Kelly Ladder 15
Firefighter Thomas Kelly Ladder 105
Firefighter Thomas Kennedy Ladder 101
Lieutenant Ronald Kerwin Squad 288
Firefighter Michael Kiefer Ladder 132
Firefighter Robert King Jr. Engine 33
Firefighter Scott Kopytko Ladder 15
Firefighter William Krukowski Ladder 21
Firefighter Kenneth Kumpel Ladder 25
Firefighter Thomas Kuveikis Squad 252
Firefighter David LaForge Ladder 20
Firefighter William Lake Rescue 2
Firefighter Robert Lane Engine 55
Firefighter Peter Langone Squad 252
Firefighter Scott Larsen Ladder 15
Lieutenant Joseph Leavey Ladder 15
Firefighter Neil Leavy Engine 217
Firefighter Daniel Libretti Rescue 2
Paramedic Carlos Lillo Battalion 49
Firefighter Robert Linnane ladder 20
Firefighter Michael Lynch Engine 40
Firefighter Michael Lynch Ladder 4
Firefighter Michael Lyons Squad 41
Firefighter Patrick Lyons Squad 252
Firefighter Joseph Maffeo Ladder 101
Firefighter William Mahoney Rescue 4
Firefighter Joseph Maloney Ladder 3
Battalion Chief Joseph Marchbanks Jr. Battalion 57
Lieutenant Charles Margiotta Battalion 22
Firefighter Kenneth Marino Rescue 1
Firefighter John Marshall Ladder 27
Lieutenant Peter Martin Rescue 2
Lieutenant Paul Martini Engine 201
Firefighter Joseph Mascali Tactical Support 2
Firefighter Keithroy Maynard Engine 33
Firefighter Brian McAleese Engine 226
Firefighter John McAvoy Ladder 3
Firefighter Thomas McCann Battalion 8
Lieutenant William McGinn Squad 18
Battalion Chief William McGovern Battalion 2
Firefighter Dennis McHugh Ladder 13
Firefighter Robert McMahon Ladder 20
Firefighter Robert McPadden Engine 23
Firefighter Terence McShane Ladder 101
Firefighter Timothy McSweeney Ladder 3
Firefighter Martin McWilliams Engine 22
Firefighter Raymond Meisenheimer Rescue 3
Firefighter Charles Mendez Ladder 7
Firefighter Steve Mercado Engine 40
Firefighter Douglas Miller Rescue 5
Firefighter Henry Miller Jr. Ladder 105
Firefighter Robert Minara Ladder 25
Firefighter Thomas Mingione Ladder 132
Lieutenant Paul Mitchell Battalion 1
Captain Louis Modafferi Rescue 5
Lieutenant Dennis Mojica Rescue 1
Firefighter Manuel Mojica Squad 18
Firefighter Carl Molinaro Ladder 2
Firefighter Michael Montesi Rescue 1
Captain Thomas Moody Division 1
Battalion Chief John Moran Battalion 49
Firefighter Vincent Morello Ladder 35
Firefighter Christopher Mozzillo Engine 55
Firefighter Richard Muldowney Jr. Ladder 7
Firefighter Michael Mullan Ladder 12
Firefighter Dennis Mulligan Ladder 2
Lieutenant Raymond Murphy Ladder 16
Lieutenant Robert Nagel Engine 58
Firefighter John Napolitano Rescue 2
Firefighter Peter Nelson Rescue 4
Firefighter Gerard Nevins Rescue 1
Firefighter Dennis O'Berg Ladder 105
Lieutenant Daniel O'Callaghan Ladder 4
Firefighter Douglas Oelschlager Ladder 15
Firefighter Joseph Ogren Ladder 3
Lieutenant Thomas O'Hagan Battalion 4
Firefighter Samuel Oitice Ladder 4
Firefighter Patrick O'Keefe Rescue 1
Captain William O'Keefe Division 15
Firefighter Eric Olsen Ladder 15
Firefighter Jeffery Olsen Engine 10
Firefighter Steven Olson Ladder 3
Firefighter Kevin O'Rourke Rescue 2
Firefighter Michael Otten Ladder 35
Firefighter Jeffery Palazzo Rescue 5
Battalion Chief Orio Palmer Battalion 7
Firefighter Frank Palombo Ladder 105
Firefighter Paul Pansini Engine 10
Battalion Chief John Paolillo Battalion 11
Firefighter James Pappageorge Engine 23
Firefighter Robert Parro Engine 8
Firefighter Durrell Pearsall Rescue 4
Lieutenant Glenn Perry Ladder 25
Lieutenant Philip Petti Battalion 7
Lieutenant Kevin Pfeifer Engine 33
Lieutenant Kenneth Phelan Engine 217
Firefighter Christopher Pickford Engine 201
Firefighter Shawn Powell Engine 207
Firefighter Vincent Princiotta Ladder 7
Firefighter Kevin Prior Squad 252
Battalion Chief Richard Prunty Battalion 2
Firefighter Lincoln Quappe Rescue 2
Lieutenant Michael Quilty Ladder 11
Paramedic Ricardo Quinn Battalion 57
Firefighter Leonard Ragaglia Engine 54
Firefighter Michael Ragusa Engine 250
Firefighter Edward Rall Rescue 2
Firefighter Adam Rand Squad 288
Firefighter Donald Regan Rescue 3
Lieutenant Robert Regan Ladder 118
Firefighter Christian Regenhard Ladder 131
Firefighter Kevin Reilly Engine 207
Captain Vernon Richard Ladder 7
Firefighter James Riches Rescue 4
Firefighter Joseph Rivelli Jr. Ladder 25
Firefighter Michael Roberts Engine 214
Firefighter Michael Roberts Ladder 35
Firefighter Anthony Rodriguez Engine 279
Firefighter Matthew Rogan Ladder 11
Firefighter Nicholas Rossomando Rescue 5
Firefighter Paul Ruback Ladder 25
Firefighter Stephen Russell Engine 55
Lieutenant Michael Russo Special Operations
Battalion Chief Matthew Ryan Battalion 1
Firefighter Thomas Sabella Ladder 13
Firefighter Christopher Santora Engine 54
Firefighter John Santore Ladder 5
Firefighter Gregory Saucedo Ladder 5
Firefighter Dennis Scauso Haz-Mat Co. 1
Firefighter John Schardt Engine 201
Battalion Chief Fred Scheffold Battalion 12
Firefighter Thomas Schoales Engine 4
Firefighter Gerard Schrang Rescue 3
Firefighter Gregory Sikorsky Squad 41
Firefighter Stephen Siller Squad 1
Firefighter Stanley Smagala Jr. Engine 226
Firefighter Kevin Smith Haz-Mat Co. 1
Firefighter Leon Smith Jr. Ladder 118
Firefighter Robert Spear Jr. Engine 50
Firefighter Joseph Spor Ladder 38
Battalion Chief Lawrence Stack Battalion 50
Captain Timothy Stackpole Division 11
Firefighter Gregory Stajk Ladder 13
Firefighter Jeffery Stark Engine 230
Firefighter Benjamin Suarez Ladder 21
Firefighter Daniel Suhr Engine 216
Lieutenant Christopher Sullivan Ladder 111
Firefighter Brian Sweeney Rescue 1
Firefighter Sean Tallon Ladder 10
Firefighter Allan Tarasiewicz Rescue 5
Firefighter Paul Tegtmeier Engine 4
Firefighter John Tierney Ladder 9
Firefighter John Tipping II Ladder 4
Firefighter Hector Tirado Jr. Engine 23
Firefighter Richard VanHine Squad 41
Firefighter Peter Vega Ladder 118
Firefighter Lawrence Veling Engine 235
Firefighter John Vigiano II Ladder 132
Firefighter Sergio Villanueva Ladder 132
Firefighter Lawrence Virgilio Squad 18
Lieutenant Robert Wallace Engine 205
Firefighter Jeffery Walz Ladder 9
Lieutenant Michael Warchola Ladder 5
Captain Patrick Waters Special Operations
Firefighter Kenneth Watson Engine 214
Firefighter Michael Weinberg Engine 1
Firefighter David Weiss Rescue 1
Firefighter Timothy Welty Squad 288
Firefighter Eugene Whelan Engine 230
Firefighter Edward White Engine 230
Firefighter Mark Whitford Engine 23
Lieutenant Glenn Wilkinson Engine 238
Battalion Chief John Williamson Battalion 6
Captain David Wooley Ladder 4
Firefighter Raymond York Engine 285

Sgt. Timothy A. Roy, Sr.
Sgt. John Gerard Coughlin
Sgt. Rodney C. Gillis
Sgt. Michael S. Curtin
Det. Joseph V. Vigiano
Det. Claude Daniel Richard
Moira Ann Smith
Ramon Suarez
Paul Talty
Santos Valentin, Jr
Walter E. Weaver
Ronald Philip Kloepfer
Thomas M. Langon
James Patrick Leahy
Brian Grady McDonnell
John William Perry
Glen Kerrin Pettit
John D'Allara
Vincent Danz
Jerome M. P. Dominguez
Stephen P. Driscoll
Mark Joseph Ellis
Robert Fazio, Jr.


Supt. Ferdinand V. Morrone
Chief James A. Romito
Lt. Robert D. Cirri
Insp. Anthony P. Infante Jr.
Capt. Kathy Nancy Mazza
Sgt. Robert M. Kaulfers
Donald James McIntyre
Walter Arthur McNeil
Joseph Michael Navas
James Nelson
Alfonse J. Niedermeyer
James Wendell Parham
Dominick A. Pezzulo
Antonio J. Rodrigues
Richard Rodriguez
Bruce Albert Reynolds
Christopher C. Amoroso
Maurice V. Barry
Clinton Davis, Sr.
Donald A. Foreman
Gregg J. Froehner
Uhuru Gonga Houston
George G. Howard
Thomas E. Gorman
Stephen Huczko, Jr.
Paul William Jurgens
Liam Callahan
Paul Laszczynski
David Prudencio LeMagne
John Joseph Lennon, Jr.
John Dennis Levi
James Francis Lynch
John P. Skala
Walwyn W. Stuart, Jr.
Kenneth F. Tietjen
Nathaniel Webb
Michael T. Wholly
PAPD K9, "Sirius"


501 S. Washington St.
Green Bay, WI


Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Green Bay Metro Fire Department Honor Guard posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.


Nearby government services

Other Green Bay government services

Show All


This is a very heartfelt thank you short story from our family. As a fellow member of the fire service I know and see all to well the same things the men and women of Green Bay Metro Fire do. On February 19, 2020, I had the very difficult experience of being in the victim side of a terrible medical incident in my own home. As my wife was finishing the dishes after dinner, she suffered a massive stroke right in front of our 2 daughters. I hadn't gotten home yet as I just finished my shift on my fire department for the day and was on my way home. My youngest daughter called and told me I needed to get home immediately, mom was having a stroke. While I was trying to process this information, I was unaware that my other daughter had already called 911 and Green Bay Metro Fire was already there, arriving at our house in 3 minutes and were already assessing and preparing to transport her to the hospital. I don't remember much of the rest of my drive to the hospital but remember getting in the door as a member of Green Bay fire was removing their stretcher from the treatment Room. The firefighters and medics from Green Bay metro fire station number 3 had gotten to our house loaded her up and transported her to the hospital where doctors were able to give her the vital TPA medicine needed during a stroke in under 22 minutes. I can honestly say I was completely lost and feeling very helpless. I can deal with this stuff just like they do professionally and without hesitation all the time, But to be on the other side with a patient who is your own a family member and see the job that these men and women do and how quickly they responded made me feel very at ease and that we now that she got the best care possible in those 1st 22 minutes when it was most important. I just wanted to take a moment to let all members of the Green Bay metro fire department and especially those firefighters and medics that responded that night how completely grateful we are for what they did for my wife. They responded just as they were trained to do and did their job to the best of their ability and at the same time made me feel comfortable knowing she was in the hands of fellow firefighters that were doing everything to help her. As scared as we all were, I still felt a great deal of comfort knowing I had some of the best firefighters and medics around helping us when we needed it. Thanks to all their efforts and the wonderful staff at Saint Vincents hospital we can happily say that mom is home she is recovering and improving little-by-little everyday. She result me 53 years old and suffered a massive stroke generally seen afflicting those in their seventies. She was in relatively good health and it is still unknown what caused the stroke. We have a long road ahead of us but we still have her and she's making progress every day and that is why we can't think the men and women of Green Bay metro fire, And specifically the firefighters and medics on shift that night at station 3. During the whole Covid-19 lockdown, I out of no where took up a hobby of custom wood crafting to occupy my "down time" or as something to just relax and give me my little break here and there while working my FD shifts, helping with mom's rehab, running the kids to work and appointments etc. It rapidly grew faster than I ever expected and as too am a Firefighter, the majority of my projects were focused on the public safety and health care field and all the essential workers. To date I have almost lost track of how many projects and different plaques I've made over the last 2 months but sitting the other night with nothing on my table to currently work on I decided I needed to do one more. I designed and had my partner cut a plaque made specifically for the numbers of Green Bay metro fire station number 3 as my family's way of thinking them for everything they did for us and for everything may do everyday for all the residents of the city of Green Bay. It was presented to the shift working this afternoon with much gratitude and honor. I realized only after presenting them with this plaque that I more than likely might end up with at least a few more requests from the men and women I'll be other 7 fire houses in the city of Green Bay. If that should be the case, I would be honored toand proudly make one of these plaques for each fire station if someone should decide to order one. Firefighters and medics do their jobs because they truly enjoy the job and do not do it for the glory in recognition. They don't get the thank you's and appreciation nearly often enough just out of good will. So my myself and my family, good bless you all, thank you for that day and for all you do every day, every shift. We will forever be thankful that because of you, mom is still here and improving and for that our family wanted to present this small acknowledgement of your service.
The Milwaukee Fire Honor Guard, INC. Honors your Page! Thank you for all you do! Stay safe. Please visit our page if you need anything!
The Milwaukee Fire Honor Guard, INC. Honors your Page! Thank you for all you do! Stay safe. Please visit our page if you need anything!
Today we say goodbye to one of our own, retired Captain Keith Lindbo. He was very instrumental in many of our careers and had an impact on so many as a EMS instructor. He was a man who loved his job and was always smiling. He will be sadly missed.
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day occurs on December 7 of each year, designated in memory of the lives lost in the 1941 attack and to remember that we enjoy freedom thanks to their sacrifice. The attack claimed the lives of 2,334 servicemen and servicewomen and wounded another 1,143. On Pearl Harbor Day, the American flag should be flown at half-staff from sunrise until sunset to honor those who died as a result of the attack on U.S. military forces in Hawaii. . Some organizations may hold special events in memory of those killed or injured at Pearl Harbor.
Challenge coins are in!!! Help support the Brotherhood in Milwaukee, we are raising funds to help pay for the cost of medical bills for Milwaukee Fire Department Heavy Equipment Operator Brian Cox and Firefighter Derek Geppert. 100% of the proceeds will go to support them and their family's. Both of our brother's and their family's need our help!!! Please pass and share this post to everyone. Heavy Equipment Operator Cox is fighting leukemia, he doesn't have enough time on the job to have it "job related". So everything is out of his pocket. FIrefighter Geppert had a stroke on the job due to a chemical exposure on the job(they have yet to prove his duty disability). He has suffered 3 more strokes since the first one. Also his wife has had a round of cancer and beat it, but is not back to work yet. FF Geppert family is living off of our fundraising till his duty is approved. Two ways to get them: They will be available at Milwaukee FD Stations 2(Matt Bryant), 12(shirt closet), 24(Joe Flick), and Relief Lieutenant Blake Vinson will have them with him. All places have them for $15. They are $20 to be shipped anywhere in the country, the $20 covers the coin and shipping. I am taking orders via PayPal or check. Send $20 or the amount to cover how many you want shipped to you. i.e. You want 3 coins, send $60. Send to [email protected] via PayPal. You MUST send as "Freind and Family". In the note section, you MUST put your name and address. Or send check to: Blake Vinson 3218 N. 60th St. Milwaukee, WI 53216 Special thank you to Challenge Coin Plus for absorbing some of the cost, so more proceeds will go to our Brothers. And a Thank you to Ryan Venne and Gregg Danes for allowing me to use the logos they came up with to help raise funds.
Thank you to the brother hood of local 141 Green Bay Fire and Honor Guard for watching over my dads funeral service and for remembering your fallen brother. Floyd "Jim" Cropsey. Passed away last Tuesday and funeral was Sunday. Special thanks to Dennis Metz and the outstanding bag pipe song and Honor Guard presentation. You all made the funeral a little easier on the family and definatly made it special. May God Bless you all in your daily work and my dad will watch over you all to return home safe. Thank you Mike Cropsey and family