Museum Staff

A Message from the Executive Director
A visit to our museum is a true New York experience. The rich cultural history of the FDNY also tells the story of the city's evolution. I invite you to the NYC Fire Museum to explore the three stories of Engine 30's former quarters, full of firefighting related artifacts from the volunteer era to the present. While here, be sure to check out our gift shop, home to dozens of FDNY clothing items, toys, books and more. Also, our third floor is a 3,000 sq. ft. event space that can accommodate parties, lectures, receptions- you name it! 100% of proceeds go to maintaining our collection and funding our fire safety program for children.

Sarah Strickland

Sarah Strickland
Executive Director

Amanda Pietrzykowski
Collection Manager and Researcher

Noemi Bourdier
Assistant Director and Event Coordinator

Alyssa Borger
Museum Associate/Birthday Party Hostess

Retired FDNY Volunteers

The heart and soul of the New York City Fire Museum lies in our dedicated volunteers, all retired FDNY firefighters, who conduct our children's fire safety tours and convey the history of New York City's Bravest to visitors from all over the world. If you have a question during your visit, don't be afraid to ask.

Firefighter Edward Fusco
Ladder 43, Ladder 103, Rescue 4

Firefighter Robert Guillen
Engine 228

Lieutenant John Kenny
Squad 6, Engine 85, Engine 28

Lieutenant Walter Malone
Engine 209, Ladder 102, Rescue Co. 2,
Engine 214

Lieutenant James Maroney
Ladder 111, Ladder 109, Ladder 129,
Engine 209

Lt. John Miller
Engine 64, Engine 73, TCU 513, Engine 73,
Ladder 56, Engine 53

Captain Robert Picard
Ladder 15, Squad 1, Ladder 110,
Engine 242

Firefighter Tom Sullivan
Engine 93, Marine 1

Captain James Vreeland
Engine 222, Engine 33, Ladder 149,
Engine 245, Engine 7


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