National FF Memorial
Michael P. Dallessandro and Associates
PO Box 364
Grand Island, NY 14072
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2013 AntiqueForks FD Cheektowaga, NY
2013 2003Cheektowaga, NY
2012 Rescue 1 SpartanCheektowaga, NY
2012 SuburbanCheektowaga, NY
2010 Pierce Mini Pumper
2009 PierceBrookhaven firefighters on Long Island roll with this Pierce rig.
2009 Chiefs RigBrookhaven FD on Long Island operates this Chief's Vehicle.
2009 E-OneCleveland Hill Truck #6
2009 Pierce Velocity "Twins"One of my clients, the Eggertsville Fire District in Amherst, NY recently took delivery of 2 matching, beautiful Pierce Velocity pumpers.
2009 2009 Ford Expedition
2009 PierceMy client, the Hillcrest Fire Department and Moleston Fire District located in Rockland County, NY operates this Pierce Pumper.
2009 Fire Rescue BoatMastic FD operates this Fire Rescue Boat
2009 SutphenMastic FD operates this Sutphen Aerial Device.
2009 VariousA pair of rescue vehicles operated by the West Babylon FD in Long Island, NY.
2008 Pierce TankerCarlisle Fire Company operates this Pierce Tanker. Photo taken by Mike Dallessandro while teaching a RESPONDSMART seminar for the Carlisle Fire Company located in Milford, Delaware on November of 2008.
2008 Mack/Baker AerialscopeThis photo was taken by Mike Dallessandro while teaching a RESPONDSMART safe driving seminar for the Coram Fire District in June of 2007.
2008 Spartan/Crimson 103' TowerPurchased at the 2007 New York State Association of Fire Chiefs show in Lake George, NY. Fire Chief Gregory J Butcher. Board Chairman Michael P. Dallessandro, President Michael Braun.
2004 Pierce QuantumWest Babylon Fire Department in Long Island, NY rolls with this beautiful Pierce Quantum
1996 1996Cheektowaga, NY
1979 Seagrave Pumper - Formerly owned by Mike DallessandroMike Dallessandro purchased this pumper (Engine 412) used from the Abingdon Volunteer Fire Company in Maryland. The truck was transported from Maryland to Mike's home on Grand Island where it brought much fun and enjoyment to the Dallessandro family for almost a year. Around the same time storage for the winter was going to be an issue a devastating fire destroyed some of the apparatus and the station of the Sylvania Volunteer Fire Department located in Sylvania, Alabama. Mike donated Engine 412 to the Sylvania Fire Department where it was restored, painted all white and placed back into service to serve the Sylvania, Alabama community.
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