The Florham Park Memorial First Aid Squad, Inc., founded in 1951, is dedicated as a living memorial to veterans who served or gave their all in our defense.
The squad is a non-profit organization providing emergency medical services for the Borough of Florham Park. The services of the squad are provided free of charge and are made wholly possible by the generous contributions we receive through the year and during our annual fund drive.
The current squad membership consists of individuals from all walks of life and spans multiple generations. All members are trained in professional CPR and are either trained in First Aid or are New Jersey State Certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs).
We are always in need of volunteers to help keep the squad running. All training and uniforms are covered in full by the Florham Park Memorial First Aid Squad and the NJ Volunteer EMS Training Fund. Visit the volunteer page for more information.
Born, raised, and still living in Morris County, Danny Fucito joined the Florham Park Memorial First Aid Squad in 2005, and has been an integral part of the squad for the past 19 years. Danny has served as a member of the buildings and grounds committee, new rig committee, membership committee, social committee, and served as the Vice President in 2018. Additionally, Danny has also served on other local first aid squads and is also a dispatcher for a local police department. Danny brings years of experience to his newly elected position as Captain of the Florham Park Memorial First Aid Squad.
Deb Tappen became President of the Florham Park Memorial First Aid Squad in June of 2019.