Chief Ingold, of Edgewafer, Dead

Chief Ingold, of Edgewafer, Dead

William F. Ingold, Chief of the Edgewater, N. J., Fire Department since it was formed in 1916, died at his home at the age of fifty-six. He had been ill for over a year.

He is survived by his widow, his mother, a daughter and two sons.

Private services were conducted by the Hackensack Lodge of Elks and the Whitehead Lodge, F. and A. M. Interment was at the Brookside Cemetery, Englewood.

Delegations were present from Cliffside, North Bergen, Weehawken, Guttenberg, West New York, Union City, Englewood, and Teaneck, together with a large delegation from the New Jersey State Fire Chief Association, headed by Chief John J. Towey, Chief of Newark, N. J., and President of the International Association of Fire Chiefs.

The Late Chief W. F. Ingold

Among those present were Chiefs Charles A. McGinley, East Orange: Charles Friedel, Jr., Union City; John J. Gilday, Hoboken; M. J. Kenday, West Orange; J. D. Hayes, Milltown; John J. Cullinan, Morristown; James T. Keegan, Superintendent, Salvage Corps, Newark; J. H. Green, General Manager, Eureka Fire Hose Division, New York; Fred Bensen, Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Company, New York; I. H. Case, General Manager, FIRE ENGINEERING, and A. B. Brown, New York.

A 600-gallon Mack triple combination pumper has been purchased by Springdale, Pa.

Bridgeport, Conn., voted to purchase a 600-gallon Mack pumper to be located at No. 5 station. Several other units will be relocated.

An Illustrious Family of Fire Fighters Here are the three fire-fighting Heffernans of the New York Fire Department. From left to right they are Battalion Chief William J. Heffernan, who was recently advanced to that rank, Deputy Chief James W. Heffernan, and Fireman J. Heffernan, chauffeur for the Deputy Chief. The father, Deputy Chief Heffernan, is in charge of the lower Manhattan district, from Houston Street to the Battery, river to river.


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