Last year, the Association’s Treasurer, Larry Holmberg, decided to step down after many years of service.  Unfortunately, no candidate stepped forward so Larry graciously accepted reelection with the stipulation that an active search would take place to find his replacement.

Therefore, the MCVFA is seeking a qualified Association member to become the Treasurer for the Association.  The requirements are as follows:

It shall be the responsibility of the Treasurer to keep and maintain the books and accounts of the Association, and to make all filings and payments to the Federal, State and/or City or Town governments. It shall be the responsibility of the Treasurer to report on a regular basis to the Executive Board all sums available, all assets held, all debts discharged, and the amount of cash on hand or in banks that are related to this Association.

The Treasurer shall prepare and present to the Executive Board quarterly a balance sheet, revenue budget, expense budget and special fund accounting. The Treasurer shall pay all bills and invoices of the Association per policies established by the Executive Board. 

The Treasurer shall safely keep all monies and other delivered property belonging to the Association.  No disbursements in excess of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars shall be made without the signature of the Treasurer and the President of the Association or his designee.

The Treasurer shall be bonded in an amount to be determined by the Executive Board, the cost of the bonding shall be paid by the Association. The Treasurer shall be a member of the Executive Board.

If you are interested, please contact the Association with a short résumé at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Firefighters are among the last public officials that are still widely respected in the community. Citizens think highly of us and thank us for the work we do. We are trusted with almost unrestricted access to people’s homes, businesses, and lives. Firefighters are more likely to be given the benefit of the doubt by those we serve than any other public servant. It is essential that we preserve the respect and trust of the citizens we serve. This is why the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) has enacted a Code of Conduct for its members.

Through the Code of Conduct, the NVFC sets forth its ethical expectations for its members and demonstrates how the organization’s values go above and beyond common morality and serve the public good.

By following the Code of Conduct, NVFC members demonstrate that we take our mission to serve the public seriously, and that we are worthy of public support.

The NVFC Code of Conduct will play a part in enhancing the sense professional community among firefighters. It reinforces the mutual benefit of being a part of a voluntary and cooperative professional society.

The NVFC’s Code of Conduct applies to all of its members. It defines accepted behaviors and promotes high standards. It provides a benchmark that members can use for self-evaluation and the evaluation of their local fire and EMS organizations. It is a part of the NVFC’s vocational and cultural identity.

I encourage you to read the Code of Conduct and faithfully adhere to each of its premises. Print a copy and hang it up at your home, office, or station to remind yourself of the high standards and strong values you agree to hold as an NVFC member, a public servant, and a respected and honored member of your community.

By Joe Maruca, NVFC Director (MA)

Download NVFC Code of Conduct