President Perillo Installed as DVFA President
 
By Vice President Debra Finocchiaro
September 15, 2017
 

On Friday evening at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino Brandywine Hundred Fire Company's President Richard T. Perillo was installed as the 2017-2018 President of the Delaware Volunteer Firefighter's Association. President Perillo was sworn into office and pinned during the 23rd Annual DVFA Conference by his son, Richard J. Perillo who is the Fire Chief of Christiana Fire Company.


Several Officers and Members of Brandywine Hundred Fire Company, including the Auxiliary were in attendance for the installation ceremony and celebration dinner that followed.

Brandywine Hundred Fire Company would also like to recognize our fellow Nor-Del companies as they too had one of their own installed during the DVFA Conference. Lynn Warner from Talleyville Fire Company was installed as President of Ladies Auxiliary Delaware Volunteer Firefighter's Association and Cheryl Kelly from Claymont Fire Company was installed as President of Delaware State Fire Police Association.


The Officers and Members of Brandywine Hundred Fire Company congratulate each of the Presidents as we wish them all the best during their 2017-2018 term.

 
DVFA President Perillo
DVFA President Perillo
Chief Perillo pinning his father DVFA President Perillo
Chief Perillo pinning his father DVFA President Perillo
 
 
DVFA President Richard T. Perillo & 
Christiana Fire Chief Richard J. Perillo
DVFA President Richard T. Perillo & Christiana Fire Chief Richard J. Perillo
DVFA President Richard T. Perillo & 
BHFC Fire Chief Thomas Finocchiaro
DVFA President Richard T. Perillo & BHFC Fire Chief Thomas Finocchiaro
 
Officers and Members of BHFC with DVFA President Richard T. Perillo
Officers and Members of BHFC with DVFA President Richard T. Perillo
 
Lynn Warner, LADVFA President (Talleyville)
Lynn Warner, LADVFA President (Talleyville)
Cheryl Kelly, President Delaware State Fire Police Association (Claymont)
Cheryl Kelly, President Delaware State Fire Police Association (Claymont)