Skip Navigation
Welcome to the website for Sunapee New Hampshire
Images of Sunapee, New Hampshire
This table is used for column layout.
 


Spacer
Sunapee Town Seal
 
Fire & EMS Personnel
Board of Engineers & Chief Officers
Name
Rank/ Radio Call
Term Expires
Daniel Ruggles
Chief 94C-1
March 2020
Dana Ramspott
Deputy Chief 94C-2
March 2022
Howard Sargent
Deputy Chief 94C-3
March 2019
Mark Scott
Deputy Chief 94C-4
March 2021
Engine Company 1 94Engine1
Name
Rank
Radio ID
 
 
94R-1
Rob Riessle
Lieutenant, EMT-B
94R-11
Christopher Melcher
FF
 
Christopher Seale
FF/EMT-B
94F-2
Kristina Tighe
FF
 
Engine Company 2 94Engine2
Name
Rank
Radio ID
John Galloway
Captain
94R-2
Bradley Palmer
Lieutenant
94R-12
Greg Chartier
FF/ EMT-P
94F-7
Amelia Gallup
FF/EMT-B
94-F4
Lance Harbour
FF
 
Craig Seagrove
FF
 
Steven TIghe
FF
 
Engine Company 3 94Engine3
Name
Rank
Radio ID
Steven Marshall
Captain/EMT
94R-3
Christopher Pankhurst
Lieutenant/EMT-B
94F-6
Richard Hamm
FF
 
Tanker Company 4 94Tanker4
Name
Rank
Radio ID
Richard Osborne
Captain
94R-4
Gerald Patnode
Lieutenant
94R-14
John Gosselin
FF
 
Ladder Company 5 94Ladder5
Name
Rank
Radio ID
Matthew Pollari
Captain
94R-5
Corey Oxland
Lieutenant
94R-15
James Meachan
FF
 
Darryl Sencabaugh
FF/EMT
94F-9
EMS Company 7 94Rescue7
Name
Rank
Radio ID
Paula Ruggles
Captain/AEMT
94F-1
Christopher Seale
Lieutenant/EMT-B/FF
94F-2
Dick Byrne
AEMT
94F-8
Greg Chartier
EMT-P/ FF
94F-7
Amelia Gallup
EMT/ FF
94F-4
HIlary Hawkins
AEMT
94F-10
Steven Marshall
EMT/Fire Captain
94R-3
Rob Riessle
EMT/ Fire Lieutenant
94R-11
Christopher Pankhurst
EMT/ Fire Lieutenant
94F-6
Dana Ramspott
FR/ Fire Dep Chief
94C-2
Daniel Ruggles
FR/ Fire Chief
94C-1
Howard Sargent
FR/Fire Dep Chief
94C-3
Darryl Sencabaugh
EMT/ FF
94F-9
Support & Sub List
Name
Rank
Phil Corbett
Photographer
John Rooney
Communications
Tom Perron
Communications
John Wolinski
 
The Sunapee Fire & EMS Department is an on-call "volunteer" organization. There are no full-time or career employees. The dedicated men & women who volunteer to serve the Town's public safety needs all have regular jobs from which they respond when a call comes in.  We are very grateful to the employers and families  who allow and tolerate us leaving work and home activities to attend to the emergency needs of the community.

The original charter of the fire department from 1873, amended in 1904, stated the firefighters were paid $1 per hour to cover "materials and equipment purchased".  In March 2013 a points plan was put into effective so that the members earn points for responses to calls, training & meetings.  Compensation for points earned is issued monthly and quarterly.  




 
Town of Sunapee  23 Edgemont Road, Sunapee, NH 03782  Ph: (603) 763-2212
Virtual Towns & Schools Website