399 Route 169 ∙ PO Box 222

                             Station 76                                     S. Woodstock, CT 06267

Fire • EMS • Rescue

www.WVFA76.org

Email: contact@wvfa76.org

History

Who We Are…

The Woodstock Volunteer Fire Association (WVFA) Station 76 was formed in 1934 after a series of disastrous structure fires. Albert Anderson, who was First Selectman, organized and led a community fund raising effort which eventually secured two fire trucks. The original WVFA garage still stands and is part of the old Town Hall building. You may have heard the WVFA referred to as the "Hill Department" – this nickname refers to the original location of the WVFA garage at the top of Woodstock Hill.

The Woodstock Volunteer Fire Association (WVFA) is a nonprofit volunteer organization whose purpose is to provide emergency services to the Town of Woodstock.

The WVFA is made up of people like you – they are your friends and neighbors – who have chosen to perform community service by volunteering as a Firefighter, Rescue Team Member or Medical Technician.

Chiefs

 

J. Albert Anderson

1934 – 1943

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Louis Vezina

1943 – 1947

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Frank B. Young

1947 – 1949

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Louis Vezina

1949 - 1960

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Henry D. Young

1960 – 1972

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Clifford Ask

1972 – 1976

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H. Dexter Young

1976  – 1996

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Timothy D. Young

1996 – 2013

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Michael Dougherty

2013 – 2017

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Eric Young

2018 – Present

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Chief

Michael Dougherty

 

Chief

Eric Young

 

 

Woodstock Volunteer Fire Association - Station 76

399 Route 169    PO Box 222     S. Woodstock, CT 06267    (860) 928-3163

Email: contact@wvfa76.org