Field Command

Deputy Chief James Haines, Sr.

Deputy Chief Haines became a firefighter in 1978 .  In 1985, he relocated and joined the Winslow Township Fire Department at Tansboro -Station 4.  In 1987, Chief Haines was promoted to Lieutenant and in 1995 he transferred to Winslow-Station 1.  Through the years, he held various ranking titles such as Captain, Battalion Chief, and Assistant Chief.  Promoted to Deputy Chief in 2008, Chief Haines is the highest-ranking volunteer officer in Winslow Township.

Deputy Chief Haines resides in the Cedar Brook section of Winslow Township with his wife Pam.  He also has three children. 

  

           

 

Battalion Chief Michael Passarella III 

Battalion Chief Passarella has lived in the Waterford section of Winslow Township his entire life.  He has two children Marisa and Michael Jr.  Michael is 45 years of age and has been an active volunteer member of the Winslow Township Fire Department for twenty five years.  Michael started as an apparatus engineer in the Waterford Vol. Fire Co. and worked his way through the ranks as Station Commander.  He currently serves as Battalion Chief for the Department for the last ten years.  Michael is the apparatus fleet manager where he is responsible for daily repairs and apparatus purchasing for the fleet.  Michael has proudly worked for the Township of Winslow for the past 11 years.


                       

Stations

Battalion Chief Mark Mangaro

Biography coming soon.

Stations

Battalion Chief Gary Ebner

Born in Philadelphia, a graduate of Archbishop Ryan High School (1985) and Pennco Technical Instutue Chief Ebner began his volunteer career in emergency services as a firefighter and EMT in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. After marriage to his wife Cheryl and the birth of their daughter, they relocated to the Tansboro section of Winslow Township in 1997. After settling into their new home Gary joined the Tansboro Volunteer Fire Company (25-4). As a volunteer he has served through the ranks and in officer positions including Captain of Station 25-4 until his promotion to Battalion Chief in February 2016. He also serves as an Assistant Scoutmaster to Troop 132 in Sicklerville and an Associate Advisor to the WTFD Fire Explorer Post.

Chief Ebner continues his education through the Camden County College and Kean University.During free time he enjoys golf and traveling with his wife and their two children Allison and Anthony (A.J).
Biography coming soon.

Stations

Career Battalion Chief- Vacant