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2022 Wheaton Village Muster Trophy Winners

The Glasstown Antique Fire Brigade had their 2023 spring muster June 4, 2023. There were *twenty trucks present. The popular vote best of show winner was William Clark of Conn with his 1935 Maxim pumper.

Oldest Non Motorized Apparatus: Clifton Heights Fire Department 1764 Newsham

Oldest Motorized Apparatus: Niagara Fire Company 1916 Ford / American LaFrance

Longest Distance Traveled: Manhassett - Lakeville Fire Company, 1948 Ward LaFrance

Longest Distance Driven: Heather Gregor, 1981 Pierce<

Best Appearing Hand or Horse DrawnUpland Fire Company #1, 1906 Wirt & Knoix

Best Appearing at Draft: Jim Miller Memorial
     1st Place: Malden Miller 1959 Ford / Glenn D. Colbert
     2nd Place: West Cape May Volunteer Fire Company, 1921 Ford / Hale

Privately Owned

1910-1939 Jack Fisher Memorial: No Entries

1940's Richard Gardner Memorial
     1st Place: Don Cross 1941 Ford
     2nd Place: John T. Hoffman 1948 American LaFrance

1950's William Proudman Memorial
     1st Place Kyle Hinkel 1950 Macj
     2nd Place: Brian Foote 1952 American LaFrance

1960's Archibald Carlson Memorial No Entries

1970's Newtown Antique Fire Association Memorial
     1st Place: Joel Bain 1976 Maxim
     2nd Place: Keith Kemmery 1977 Mack / KME

     1st Place: William Sorshek 1980 Ford Grummone
     2nd Place: Bill Dukes 1981 Hahn

Fire Company Owned

     1st Place: Frederica Fire Company 1936 Reo
     2nd Place: Germani Volunteer Fire Company 1931 Buffalo

1940's Hobie Grant Award
     1st Place: Manhassette Lakeville Fire Company 1948 Ward LaFrance
     2nd Place: Alert Engine, Ladder & Hose Company #1 1947 American LaFrance

     1st Place: Lanoka Harbor Fire Department 1957 Ford / Great Eastern
     2nd Place: Rio Grande Fire Company 1950 Mack

1960's Ed and Emma Reid Memorial
     1st Place: Collings lake Fire Department 1964 International
     2nd Place: None

1970's Chet Drummond Memorial
     1st Place: Pine Hill Fire Department 1972 Hahn
     2nd Place: Port Norris Fire Company 1971 Imperial

     1st Place: Farmington Volunteer Fire Company 1991 Pierce / Lance
     2nd Place: Cumberland Company 1995 Pierce

Best Appearing Brush Truck or Mini Pumper
     1st Place:Fran Cheney 1975 International
     2nd Place: None

Best Appearing Ambulance / Rescue
     1st Place:James Cogdill 1970 Chevy Suburban
     2nd Place: Richard Thompson 1985 GMC / Pierce

Lee Eichinger Best Appearing Support Vehicle
     1st Place: Paul Sandrock 1959 Ford
     2nd Place: Lou Gonzales

Best Appearing Ladder
     1st Place: Joe Bille 1984 Ford / E-One / Telesquirt
     2nd Place: None

Whitey Swartz Memorial Chief Engineer's Award - DUAL WINNERS FOR THE FIRST TIME
     Manhassette Lakeville Fire Department 1948 Ward LaFrance
     Alert Engine Hook and Ladder Hose Company #1 1947 American LaFrance

Participants Favorite Senior Class
Yardley Makefield Fire Company 1937 Studebaker

VFIS Insurance Best Appearing NJ Fire Company
Farmington Volunteer Fire Company 1996 Pierce

Wheaton Village Best Appearing Hand or Horse Drawn Apparatus (paper weight)
Upland Fire Company #1 1790 Mason & Son

Nancy Howe / Wheaton Village Best of Show Award
Yardley Makefireld Fire Company (for both of their vehicles - first time a fire company won this award)
     1929 Ford Model A Chief's Car
     1937 Studebaker