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Today the Town of Huntington voted to name the Dix Hills Park after Dix Hills Fire Commissioner/ Ex Chief Phil Tepe and former Town Supervisor and former Assemblywoman Toni Tepe.
I could never begin to explain what a powerful positive force they were in building this Town and helping this community.

They will be sorely missed, however, their legacy lives on, and we hope as you and your families enjoy the park, that you keep them in your thoughts and prayers. 

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Way to go Town of Huntington, fantastic 👍👍👍

What a great tribute to a great man. RIP old friend

That is freaking awesome!! Thanks to the Town of Huntington for recognizing the amazing contributions of these very special people.

On Toni’s Birthday!

Lovelovelove it

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DHFD Responds To Overturn On The Long Island Expressway ...

DHFD Responds To Overturn On The Long Island Expressway

DHFD Participating In The Suffolk County Fire Academy Advanced Vehicle Extrication Training ...

DHFD Participating In The Suffolk County Fire Academy Advanced Vehicle Extrication Training

Dix Hills Fire Department Mourns The Loss Of Ex-Chief Nirenberg, A Great Friend To The Fire ServiceThe Melville Volunteer Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of 47-year member and Ex-Assistant Chief Jeff Nirenberg. In addition to having served as both a Line Officer and an Assistant Chief, Jeff was presently the lead Safety Officer for the Melville Volunteer FD.

In 2017 Jeff was awarded the Hose Company 1 Member of the Year award, which added to a long list of accolades Jeff received during his distinguished service to our community.

Outside of Melville, Jeff spent 37 years with Suffolk County Fire Rescue Emergency Services, as a supervisor in the Communications Bureau.

Jeff is the father of Firefighter Josh Nirenberg, an active member of our department.

He will be missed by all.
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Dix Hills Fire Department Mourns The Loss Of Ex-Chief Nirenberg, A Great Friend To The Fire Service
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