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Montgomery Fire Department - Montgomery County ESD #2

Montgomery Fire Department / Montgomery County ESD #2 - 20590 Eva Street, Montgomery, TX 77356 - 936-597-4455 - Fax:  936-597-4466

New Pumpers Received...


  The MCESD#2 - Montgomery Fire Department took ownership of (2) 2015 Pierce Impel Pumpers, 1250 pump with 1000 gallon tanks.  These new apparatus will be taking place of an old pumper at Station 51 and adding a new pumper at Station 53.  Along with these new pumpers, we also took possession of (3) 2015 Chevrolet 3500 4x4 trucks take will serve as new boosters at Station 53 and Station 55, and one that will serve as a utility-staff vehicle at Station 51.

A Shift Guys!

Left to right: (Top) Captain Devin Craig, FF Clint Daniell, FF Zach Junkin, FF David King, Lt. Dallen Dains, FF Brandon Bever, Battalion Chief Lonnie Maptson, Lt. Jacob Hoffart (Bottom) FF Luke North, FF Justin Andrew, FF Brian Mulligan


Station 51 in Montgomery
will be accepting toys this year
for "Toys for Tots".


Smokin' Hot Quilts...

     During the spring of 2014, Debra Dixon took a good look around her quilting studio and decided it was time to do something with her huge collection of masculine prints.  As driving down FM 1097 and hearing the shrill of an approaching fire truck, she thought maybe the firemen would enjoy new quilts.  It was a chance to say "thank you" to a group of people who are always serving the community.
     She enlisted the help of a quilting friend and they quickly realized more help would be needed.  A few more Bentwater ladies were called.  Soon everyone was meeting weekly in Debra's home to sew the firemen's quilts.  The project became known as the Smokin' Hot Quilt Challenge.  Photos of the quilts were posted on Facebook.  Other quilters from around the country wanted to be involved and started sending quilt blocks, fabrics or finished quilt tops.  Every week was a new show and tell with group members sharing about quilts.  Before long Wednesday's became the highlight of the week.
     Midway through the project, it was decided the quilts would be given to the firehouse district that services Bentwater.  It also meant there would need to be a lot of quilts!  The Smokin' Hot Quilt Challenge lasted into the first months of summer.  By the end of August, all the quilts were finished and ready for delivery.  Each of the quilts are different and they were all made with men in mind.
     Appreciation for the dedicated work of the districts' firemen was stitched into every quilt.

There was a total of 36 quilts made, one for every full time Firefighter of Montgomery Fire Department.

     Montgomery Fire Department along with the surrounding community are showing their support for Team Taylor.  Taylor Peel is the son of Chris Peel, a 9 year Firefighter with Montgomery and a Houston Fire Department Captain at Station 46.
     To show their support for this amazing kid, the fire department designed and are selling "Team Taylor" shirts in his honor.

To purchase your shirt, contact Station 51 at 936-597-4455.


Taylor's Story...We are now sharing Part II of Taylor's Cancer Adventure.  A nodule in his lung decided to grow from December 2013 to June of 2014.  It was surgically removed and the results showed it was indeed cancerous.  Taylor is once again going through radiation and chemo.  He was diagnosed with Wilm's Tumor Stage I Anaplastic four years ago and is now categorized as Stage 4.  Anaplastic is the aggressive form of this cancer.  His treatment plan has and is 36 weeks of chemo and about 10 sessions of radiation.  Taylor is teaching us all with his strong will, good attitude and fearless determination.  Show your support for Team Taylor with our special edition shirt.  All proceeds will be presented to the Peel family for travel and medical expenses.

Bring your New unwrapped toys to Station 51.
Toys will be distributed to children in Montgomery County.

T-Shirts are $15.00 - Youth to Adult

Cooler temperatures, cooking and holiday traditions all increase the risk of fires in the home,
so be sure that your smoke detectors are in working order.

Change battery twice a year or when chirping   -   Test smoke detector once a month
Vacuum the vents in the detector at least once a year
If you are in need of assistance with installation of your smoke detectors or batteries, please feel free to contact our Administration Office.