Keyport Hook & Ladder Ladies Auxiliary

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A very sad day for firefighters across NJ over the loss of 2
City of Newark, NJ - City Hall firefighters who died battling a blaze on a cargo ship in Port Newark. 's deepest thoughts and sympathy are with their families and the Newark Fire Department. The salutes both firefighters and are proud of their courage and heroic efforts. All firefighters, paid and volunteer risk their lives everyday and we thank all for their bravery and dedication to saving lives.


We will always remember our fallen brother Chief Timothy Pfleger.

Keyport Fire Department
National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Rest in eternal peace Chief 🖤❤️🖤

Rest in eternal peace Chief 🖤❤️🖤

It is with deep regret the Keyport Fire Department announces the passing of Chaplain and Ex Chief Raymond Kilroy. Ray joined the KFD as a part of Raritan Hose Co. in 1978. In 2011 Ray would be elected as the Chief of Department after serving 3 years as an Assistant Chief. After serving as Chief he would continue to dedicate many years of service to the residents of Keyport by continuing to respond to calls, serving as a crossing guard, and most famously the Consolidated Fire Protection’s Santa Claus, which brought unlimited amounts of joy to not just families but to him as well. Ray has also served as the Chaplain of the KFD as well as surrounding municipalities, and the Bayshore Active Fire Chiefs Association. Ray will forever be remembered as being a true amazing human being, a man who would give you the shirt off his back, was always willing to lend a hand and most importantly advice and comfort during tough times. We ask that everyone keep the Kilroy family in their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Chief, we got it from here.

Services will be held at Shore Point Funeral Home in Hazlet this Saturday 2-4 and 7-9, with Department services at 8


Power is restored

JCP&L is currently working to restore power. They estimate all power to be restored in our area by 8pm. If you have any medical issues or need assistance please call us at 732-264-0706. We ask you to monitor JCP&L website for updates. Thank you for your patience.

It is with the heaviest of hearts the Keyport Hook & Ladder Ladies Auxiliary announce the passing of Life Member Mildred...

It is with the heaviest of hearts the Keyport Hook & Ladder Ladies Auxiliary announce the passing of Life Member Mildred "Millie" Aumack, age 105. Mille was the wife of KFD Ex-Chief Leroy “Stretch” Aumack; mother of KFD Ex-Chief & former Keyport Mayor Harry Aumack II; grandmother of KFD Ex-Chief Harry Aumack III, KFD Ex-Chief Robert Aumack and former Aux President Christine Aumack; and great-grandmother of Aux President Cassandra Aumack, FF Harry Aumack, FF Jackson Aumack and Aux member Victoria Aumack.

Please keep the Aumack Family in your thoughts and prayers at this time. Arrangement information to follow.


On February 5th this male Harbor seal was spotted on the beach in Long Branch with an open wound on his right front flipper, and lacerations on his right side. While we don't know exactly what caused his injuries, they were severe enough to require intervention. The injured seal was brought to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center where he was admitted into the ICU for supportive care. After our Veterinarian examined his wounds, a treatment plan was started to prevent infection. Despite his wounds, the approximately 1-2 year old seal is in good body condition, weighing in at 58lbs. We are happy to report that he is eating well on his own, and his favorite food item is squid! 🦑
This injured seal will stay in our hospital until his wounds have healed. Seals may recover in our hospital for 6 weeks or more before they are ready to return to the wild, averaging upwards of $3,000 in expenses for each seal during their stay. THANK YOU to our amazing supporters who help make a difference in the lives of injured and sick seals!


Today Keyport Central School fifth graders started their 10-lesson, To Good For Drugs, L.E.A.D. program with SRO Aumack. This week students will be learning about setting a short-term healthy goal.

SRO Aumack’s goal is to lower her 5k run time. Some student goals where to achieve better grades in math and reading. As well as to be better prepared for spring sports.


Happy Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Keyport Police Department


This video is dedicated to our 2022 Chief, who died in the line of duty.The Keyport FD is located in Monmouth County, NJ, and runs around 4/500 calls annuall...


** Roadway is Open **

Please Avoid the area of Hwy 35 South. We have an overturned dump truck . Everyone is ok but an alternate route will need to be utilized until the spill of rocks gets cleared.

Update: Slow moving traffic

NJDOT is on scene with a loader to reopen one lane of travel while the rocks are cleared.

Stay safe.


On 10/29/2022 Keyport Police Department will be participating in operation take back. Bring your unwanted medications to police headquarters between the hours of 10:00am-2:00pm. V**e pens will be accepted with batteries removed.
**Needles are not excepted**



State Highway 35 between Union Ave/Centerville Rd and Laurel Ave is SHUT DOWN in BOTH directions due to an accident investigation.

State Highway 36 North Bound from Middle Rd towards the Parkway is also closed due to an accident that took down poles and wires.

Avoid the Highways if possible this morning. Plan ahead and leave early to get to work on time. We are assisting our neighboring departments the best we can to help get things moving smoothly. Please be patient as we all are navigating this messy morning together.


Logan Blanks suffered a broken neck and a ruptured disc. He's expected to recover thanks to the actions of several people. Here's how they did it.

Thank you Morgan  so much for remembering and running for our Chief Timothy Pfleger. 🤍🕊

Thank you Morgan so much for remembering and running for our Chief Timothy Pfleger. 🤍🕊

Keyport Fire Department (NJ) Chief Timothy R Pfleger


Run Announcement - Mile 1,345 (Morgan's 2nd Mile)

Tomorrow Evening, Friday October 7th, Morgan will run 1-mile (weather permitting) in honor of fallen Keyport Fire Department (NJ) Chief Timothy R. Pfleger.

The run will take place around 6:00PM ET in Brick Township, New Jersey and will be uploaded to the Running 4 Heroes Facebook and YouTube Page shortly after the run concludes. People will be able to view/share/comment on the run once it gets uploaded.

IMPORTANT: The Safety of our runners remains our #1 concern. Please be advised that our runs will continue to be dependent on Law Enforcement being present. Due to the current times, if we are unable to secure Law Enforcement for the run, the run will be postponed to a later date and time.

We encourage citizens and agencies from across the nation join us in a 1-mile walk or run tomorrow evening to help honor this fallen hero.

Please keep the family and agency of this fallen hero in your prayers.

Last Alarm: 9/30/22
Cause: Automobile Crash

♦️♦️ Livestream Link ♦️♦️Below is the livestream link for the Funeral Services for Chief Timothy Pfleger which will be a...

♦️♦️ Livestream Link ♦️♦️

Below is the livestream link for the Funeral Services for Chief Timothy Pfleger which will be at 11:00am today.

(📌Note: Holmdel Funeral Home is providing the livestream access, if for some reason the first link below is not working then please go to the second link below which is the obituary link and click the livestream blue bar in the obituary.)

Watch Ariton Video Productions's CHIEF TIMOTHY PFLEGER SERVICE on Timothy R. Pfleger, 32, of Holmdel, passed away Friday, September 30th. Born in Red Bank, Timothy was raised in Holmdel. He graduated from Holmdel High School and the Monmouth County Fire Academy in 2008. In 2011, Timo...


The following is the visitation and funeral service arrangements for Chief of Department Timothy Pfleger; A visitation wake will be held Wednesday, October 5th 3pm-8pm at the Holmdel Funeral Home 26 S Holmdel Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733. A Firefighter’s Memorial Service will be held at 7pm. A funeral mass will be held Thursday October 6th 11am at St. John’s United Methodist Church 2000 Florence Ave, Hazlet, NJ 07730. We ask that Fire Departments that wish to send fire apparatus to either service please contact Chris Tuberion (732) 757-7342. We would like to thank everyone for the tremendous outpouring of support and the assistance we’ve received over the last few days. Tim’s family has asked that in lieu of flowers, a donation be made in his name to the Keyport Fire Department.

The Keyport Fire Department regrets to announce the Line Of Duty Death of Active Chief of Department Timothy Pfleger. Ch...

The Keyport Fire Department regrets to announce the Line Of Duty Death of Active Chief of Department Timothy Pfleger. Chief Pfleger joined the Keyport Fire Department as a cadet in 2007, in 2008 he joined Keyport Fire Patrol where he served the ranks of Lieutenant and Captain. In 2019 he was elected as the Third Assistant Chief of the Department, from there he served two more years as an Assistant Chief until he was elected as the 2022 Chief of Department. Tim will forever be remembered for the amazing leader he was and the unbelievable example he set for the members of the KFD. Not only was he a great leader but an incredible friend who will be missed everyday. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Pfleger Family, services will be posted when made available.

Rest In Peace Chief Timothy Pfleger.
We got it from here.





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