George Tamborelle has been in the fire service since 1992. He started with the Newfield Fire Company before moving to Cayuga Heights in 2001. George has been the fire chief since 2003. He and his family live in Cayuga Heights. George and his wife Lindsay met at the fire department. He is a Paramedic/Supervisor at Bangs Ambulance where he started in 1998.
2nd Assistant Chief - 263
John Putnam has been in the fire service for 16 years, joining the deparment during high school. He owns a construction buisness, and has worked on many large projects. His family have been involved in the fire deparment for many years, and he continues this tradition through serving as an officer for over 5 years.
1st Assistant Chief - 262
Joe Price has been in the fire deparment for over 10 years, and combines his work as assistant chief with manging properties at ithaca renting. His wife, Colleen Price, is also a senior member of the fire deparment, as 271 rescue director.
3rd Assistant Chief - 264
Mike Garrett has been in the fire service for over five years. Aside from duties on the scene of emergencies he helps oversee the regular trainings within the department. He is a full time teacher at Ithaca College and freelances in the entertainment world. It was his combined interest in service and what to do in the event of an emergency at events that initially drew him the Cayuga Heights Fire Department.
1st Lieutenant - 281
Brendan Bloodnick is the longest serving Lt, having spent 8 years in the fire deparment. He joined deparment as a student at Cornell. He now works for Bangs Ambulance as a Paramedic.
3rd Lieutenant - 283
Nick joined CHFD as a Junior at Ithaca High School. He has remained an active member as a student at Tompkins Cortland Community College and now as an undergraduate at Cornell.
2nd Lieutenant - 282
Sophie Janowsky has been in the fire service for 5 years. She works as a day care teacher, and as an EMT with bangs ambulance.
4th Lieutenant - 284
Josh joined the department as a student at Cornell. He originally hails from Connectictut and has been an active member of Ithaca's food and outdoor community.