Karl R. Josker
The Firehouses Of Buffalo
> Engine 22
Karl R. Josker
1528 Broadway, Buffalo
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© 2007 by Karl R. Josker
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Hey Bilger....My name was Richie...I was the (House Cat) there. Remember me when I brought you a Chess set at your retirement dinner? I could always beat at chess!Living now in Florida. Working in medicine. RLBlaszak@Hotmail.com.
No other station boasts the "pride" that E-22 does?! Either you're a firefighter at 22 or a civilian who doesn't know the history of certain members from 22. Ask them about how they tried to get E-33 closed and succeeded in getting E-18 closed...All to keep them open. Pride? Yeah right!
This station is practically right around the corner from me. From the time i was little i always saw them at a fire or suce. This is where i am hoping to work when i get older.
I started at E22in 1950.And was Captain when I retired in 1970.E22 was a good company with excellent members.
Engine 22's quarters have served the East Side and Polonia for over 120 years. The station design was actually used in several station houses. These include, E-16, E-18, E-19. Engine 22 is one of the busiest companies in the city. I must say too, the firefighters are exceptionally proud of their station. No other station boasts the pride that Engine 22 does.