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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."

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Recent Calls

12-5-2022 PFD called out for vehicle fire and traffic control near Vermeiren Rd and Hwy 41

12-2-2022 PFD EMS called out to assist Oconto Ambulance in the Brookside area

12-2-2022 PFD called out for CO2 alarm going off in Pensaukee

12-1-2022 PFD called out for 1 vehicle roll over on Cty S

11-26-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance in Brookside area

11-23-2022 PFD called out for a gas leak in Pecor Point area

11-21-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance in Pensaukee

11-19-2022 PFD EMS assist Oconto Ambulance for a call in Pensaukee

11-19-22 Members on stand by at the station for a roll over accident in the town of Abrams. Sheriff's deputies determined that the fire department wasn't needed.

11-18-2022 Oconto MABIS call to PFD for a structure fire in Oconto on McDonald St.

11-17-2022 PFD EMS called out for a lift assist in town of Abrams

11-17-2022 PFD responded to a semi tractor trailer overturn accident in town of Abrams and provided traffic control and fuel spill containment. On scene with Oconto County Sheriff and County Highway Department.

11-13-2022 PFD EMS assist Oconto Ambulance in Brookside area

11-13-2022 PFD called out for a lift assist

11-12-2022 PFD EMS Oconto Ambulance in Brookside area

11-12-2022 Called to check on a burning complaint in Brookside

10-31-2022 PFD called out for 2 vehicle accident and traffic control

10-24-2022 Called out for a hay bale that caught on fire in field.

10-22-2022 PFD EMS, Oconto Ambulance and Oconto County Sheriff's department for a medical call in the North part of the town

10-19-2022 PFD EMS, Oconto Ambulance, PDF fire Oconto County sheriff's department and the State Patrol responded to a hit and run accident at Oak Orchard and Cty J. The vehicle that left the scene was found shortly after.

10-17-2022 PFD received a special request to help check a smoke detector at a residence

10-16-2022 PFD called out to clean up an oil spill at the boat landing in Pensaukee

10-10-2022 PFD EMS requested for a call in the town of Abrams

10-9-2022 PFD EMS requested for a call in the town of Abrams

10-7-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance in the Brookside area

10-3-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance in the Brookside area

10-2-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance in Brookside

9-28-2022 PFD EMS called to assist Oconto Ambulance in the Brookside area

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.

"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."