Recent Calls
Mon. Jan 28th 2019
Station 63 was dispatched at 18:19 for a reported chimney fire on State Route 837.  Squirt 63 responded with a full crew...
Tue. Jan 22nd 2019
Station 63 was activated to assist Donora with a working structure fire in the Borough.  Chief 66 arrived and reported f...
Fri. Sep 29th 2017
The Volunteer Fire Department of Carroll Township regrets to announce the passing of Life Member Lou Cramer.  Not only w...
Sun. Dec 18th 2016
As members prepared to pack treats for Santa Claus, a call was received on the Station phone for a home with a foot of water ...
Sat. Dec 17th 2016
While the Engine was en route back to the station after clearing the earlier vehicle accident, crews encountered multiple veh...
News Headlines
Sat. Mar 9th 2019
The CTVFD will host the 2019 Spring Gun Bash on Saturday, March 9th at the Carroll Township Social Hall located at 132 Baird ...
Sun. Jan 27th 2019
Fire Departments around the nation are in need of additional members that would like to help their community.  Membershi...
Thu. May 24th 2018
The Volunteer Fire Department of Carroll Township in conjunction with Bona Fides Car Club will be hosting the 1st Annual Car ...
Sat. Oct 21st 2017
The Volunteer Fire Department of Carroll Township learned yesterday of the passing of their mascot Emma.  Emma was the b...
Wed. Nov 2nd 2016
Crews took advantage of the warm weather and a recently acquired vehicle to practice and refresh some vehicle stabilization a... Managed web hosting for Fire/EMS
In Memory of Chief 63

Chief Robert S. Greenlee

1953 - 2019


It is with the deepest of regrets that the Volunteer Fire Department of Carroll Township announces the passing of its beloved Fire Chief, Robert S. Greenlee.

Rob was a volunteer through and through.  Whether he was assisting the residents of Carroll Township, helping a small department in need, or mentoring one of the     many young firefighters that he crossed paths with over many years; Rob gave of himself for the protection and betterment of others.  

Rob was always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need of assistance.  He loved to trade "war" stories and even more so, he loved to pass his knowledge on to others.

His wisdom and guidance has touched many; not only in this Department, but Erie, Ohio, and West Virginia as well.

Chief Greenlee was well also known throughout the Tri-State area from his 20 years as a salesman for Premiere Safety.


Love you Dad. May you rest in peace.