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Serving Since

"Our mission is to provide the residents of Pensaukee, Wisconsin with a highly trained and efficient fire prevention and suppression organization that operates in a safe manner to protect our community from the ravages of fire and other hazardous situations within the scope of our resources."

Pensaukee-Wisconsin

Recent Calls

9-25-2022 PFD EMS called to asist Oconto Ambulance in Oak Orchard

9-4-2022 PFD responded for a grass fire in the Town of Abrams at 141 and E. After some searching the fire was determined to be smoke from an outside wood stove blowing across the highway. Although at the same time Abrams Fire was responding to a Grass fire at 141 and D, and a lift assist with County Rescue off of County D. Little Saumico fire Department was responding to a grass fire at County S and 141. Saumico fire department was responding to another grass fire at 141 at the County Line. And was reported that there were 3 more grass fires along 141 in Marinette county.

8-23-2022 PFD fire and EMR attended a funeral for Bruce Snyder. Bruce was the Assistant Chief for 10 years on the department and on the fire department for 25 plus years before he stepped down.

8-23-2022 PFD fire called for a lift assist in the town of Abrams.

8-18-2022 PFD called out for a grass/brush fire on Vermeiren road. Contained and extinguished fire.

8-15-2022 Vehicle fire on Sampson road

8-15-2022 Call for a fire alarm system going off. Determined to be a faulty detector.

8-12-2022 PFD EMS, Oconto Ambulance and Pensaukee Fire called out for a farm accident

8-3-2022 PFD called out for smoke alarms going off at a residence. Inspected the house inside and out.

7-28-2022 PFD called out for two vehicle accident at Hwy 41 and Cty J for entrapment and traffic control. PFD EMS, Oconto Ambulance and Oconto Fire also responded.

7-25-2022 PFD EMS called out to assist Oconto Ambulance

7-19-2022 PFD EMS called out to assist Oconto Ambulance

7-13-2022 PFD called out for a report of something burning by County S and His House Rd.

7-10-2022 PFD EMS assist Oconto Ambulance at a medical call.

7-10-2022 Dispatch received a call for an accident at 41 and J. PFD Fire, PFD EMS and Oconto Fire and Oconto Ambulance responded. The call ended up being at the 41 and 141 interchange in the town of Abrams. County rescue and Abrams Fire responded as well.

7-10-2022Call for an accident at 41 and Brookside Road. Pensaukee Fire and EMS with Oconto Ambulance

7-8-2022 PFD EMS assist Oconto Ambulance at medical call

7-6-2022 PFD EMS call with Oconto Ambulance

7-4-2022 Oconto Fire Department called a box alarm for mutual aid at a barn fire in the town of Oconto. Pensaukee 1st responders, Pensaukee Fire, Little River and Oconto Falls Fire department responded to the call.

6-30-2022 PFD EMS assisted Oconto ambulance in the Brookside area for a call.

6-26-2022 Oakland Lane tree on fire leaning against the power line. The weight of the tree eventually broke the line. We secured the scene until the power company arrived.

6-21-2022 PFD called out for field on fire.

6-18-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto ambulance

6-18-2022 PFD and EMS called out for motorcycle and deer accident on Hwy 41 and J

6-16-2022 Call for PFD for multiple trees down blocking roads and for electrical wires down

6-16-2022 Oconoto MABAS call for PFD Fire to assist with collapsed pole building

6-9-2022 Provided traffic control on Hwy 41 for active situation for police

5-15-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance

5-14-2022 PFD responded to a silo fire in the town of Abrams

5-13-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance

5-9-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance

5-4-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance

"Volunteers do not necessarily have the time, they just have the heart."
Volunteer Firefighter

A Tribute to Past Members

Gone but not forgotten.
View former members of the Pensaukee Fire Department that have passed on. We are grateful for their service.

Whoever heard of such a person?

"Volunteer firefighters are a breed unto themselves. Whoever heard of a person who is willing to be on 24-hour duty without pay for the dubious privilege of protecting his neighbor's life and property?"

"Whoever heard of a person who will dash from their desk and ride a "fire wagon" to the scene of the alarm, ruining their clothes, neglecting their business, risking their life and exhausting themselves physically, not for money, but because they believe in serving their community?"

"Whoever heard of a person who will sacrifice time with their spouse and children just to attend endless trainings where they learn how to function as a volunteer servant on behalf of their fellowmen? Or whoever heard of a person willing to rush out in the cold and dark of the middle of the night not knowing what dangers they will encounter?"

"Whoever heard (in this day and age) of a person who is crazy enough to be worrying about the other fellow?"

"Well, if you don't know the answers to those questions, look around your local firehouse. You will see people who are not out protesting and demonstrating and complaining because they are too busy living up to the image of a good American."

"You will see people whose forefathers were made of the same stuff, and that is why we have inherited this wonderful land."

"Let us all follow the example set by our volunteer firefighters and give them the support they deserve."