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BFC Mourns the loss of Past Fire Police George "Mickey" McDonough

Bowers Fire Company mourns the loss of member George "Mickey" McDonough who pased away surrounded by his loved ones this morning. Mickey joined the fire company to help others and that he did. He was a Fire Police (40-35) until his health would no longer allow him to do the job. He will be missed by all those who knew him. As details for his service become available they will be posted. Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.


BFC mourns the loss of Lenny Knight

Bowers Fire Company would like to send their thoughts and prayers to Lenny Knight's friends and family. Because of Lenny we got to march in the conference parade with a band...the Dover High Senators. They helped us celebrate our 75th Anniversary in style. Mr. Knight was a great influence on our younger generation and he wil be greatly missed. Heaven has gained one gifted band director.

Live Run Log
Saturday March, 25 2017 @ 23:33
Nature: Medical Emergency
City: Felton
Saturday March, 25 2017 @ 14:35
Nature: Watercraft In Distress (Pri 2)
Location: Bay- 54 North District
Address: 54 North Delaware Bay Dover, DE 19901
Saturday March, 25 2017 @ 05:16
Nature: Medical Emergency
City: Milford
Recent Photo Stories

Bowers responds to MVC

On February 25, 2017 Bowers Fire Company was dispatched to an MVC on N. Walnut and N.E. 6th St. Companies from 40, 57, and 89 were on scene.


BFC sends thoughts and prayer to Dover PD

“It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the tragic loss of two members of the Dover Police Department family as the result of an early morning (off-duty) vehicle crash. Officer Robert DaFonte and Cadet James Watts were outstanding employees and were committed to serving the citizens of Dover. As we mourn the loss of our fellow officer and cadet, we ask the community to keep their families and the members of the Dover Police Department in your thoughts." -Deputy Chief Marvin Mailey


BFC sends thoughts and prayers to Station 47

Our thoughts and prayers are with Station 47, Farmington Fire Company as they mourn the loss of Past Chief and Past President Ronnie Vincent. He served as a line officer for 50 consecutive years. His wisdom will be greatly missed.

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Jan 28 Jul 9
Feb 7 Aug 6
Mar 3 Sep 9
Apr 9 Oct 6
May 9 Nov 4
Jun 9 Dec 6
Year Totals:
2016 - 105
2015 - 116
2014 - 103
2013 - 92
Jan 40 Jul 47
Feb 45 Aug 40
Mar 33 Sep 40
Apr 37 Oct 48
May 25 Nov 55
Jun 41 Dec 50
Year Totals:
2016 - 501
2015 - 465
2014 - 399
2013 - 346