PROUDLY SERVING OUR COMMUNITY SINCE 1964
The Stoney Point Fire Department’s mission is to protect its citizens and to create a safer community through coordinated training, education, prevention, investigation, emergency response and leadership.
Stoney Point responds from two facilities, Stations 13 and 19.
We house five pumper/tankers, one heavy rescue walk-in, one 75-foot aerial device, one
heavy-duty brush truck, a quick response medical vehicle, two rescue boats, mobile support air trailer, a 500-gallon foam trailer, and two prime mover units.
Congratulations to the 2020 Volunteer Fire Officer of the Year,
Kevin Thomas Murphy
Recognized on Saturday, February 1st at the NCAFC Mid-Winter Conference in Concord, NC.
Assistant Fire Chief Kevin T. Murphy started his fire service career in 1971 as a junior firefighter with the Allendale Fire Department, New Jersey. Joining the United States Army in 1981, his military career stationed him at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Settling in the Stoney Point Fire District here in North Carolina and became a volunteer member of the Stoney Point Fire Department in 1996. During his tenure with the Allendale Fire Department, he served as a junior firefighter, firefighter, firefighter-engineer and rose through the officer positions from lieutenant to assistant chief. He achieved status as a New Jersey State Exempt Fireman. Kevin is a charter member of the Upper Saddle River Rescue Squad where he served as a rescue man and rescue lieutenant. He received the Northwest Bergen Mutual Aid Association Valor Award for a rescue performed August 15, 1974. He certified as a Level II Firefighter and was on the Bergen County Vocational School Rescue Program instructor staff teaching Collapse Rescue and Operational Risk Analysis. After joining the Stoney Point Fire Department in 1996, Kevin served as a firefighter/EMT, engineer, Captain, and was appointed Assistant Chief in 2006. As the Department’s training officer, he holds responsibility for planning, coordination and execution of in-service and external training for the 114 member volunteer department that provides fire, rescue and EMS throughout its 32 square mile response district. His military career spanned thirty years of enlisted and commissioned service in Army Special Operations and Airborne Infantry where he retired in 2013 as a Lieutenant Colonel. During his long and distinguished military career, he fulfilled ninety-two months of combat and peacetime command ranging from platoon through combined/joint special operations task force levels. He is a 1998 graduate of the United States Air Force Air Command and General Staff College. Throughout his military career Kevin never stopped volunteering with his local fire department and serving the citizens.
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