1960 - 1977

1960 - 1977

1978 - 1993

1994 - 2009

2010 - Current

Past Members in Alphabetic

Adam Malin
Dave DeGarmo
John Gross
Paul Jelen
Arlen Dahlke D 
Dave Fagan - D 
John Smith
Phil Jordan
Arnie Erickson
Dave Paddock
John Sordahl
Randy Le June
Barry Haydysch
Dave Ross
Justin Groth
Randy Mikkelson 
Bart Furman
David Zink
Karl Hendricksen
Rick Anderson
Bernard "Rudy" Wopat - D
Dawn Zink
Kevin Gobel 
Robert Von Ruden - D 
Bill Kabat 
Dennis Leis 
Larry Stellner 
Robert Woodhouse
Bill Noefke
Dennis Schlicht
LaVern Dahl
Rodney Leis
Bob Hofmeister
Donald Morrison - D
LaVern Leis - D
Roger Groesch
Bret Haydysch - D
Dwight Horton 
LeRoy Kerska
Roger Huebner
Brian Lee
Eric Newbury
Kucas Evans
Ryan Woodhouse
Cale Woodhouse
Ernie Schroeder
Lyndon Lawrynk - D
Spencer Sedelmeyer
Callie Hofmeister
Gary Brosinski
Mark Hanson 
Steve Ames
Carol Lehmann
Harvey Lee Cade
Mark Helgeson
Steve Davis
Chet Melcher
James Delong
Mark kruger
Sylvester Schlicht - D
CJ Sordahl
Jana Furman
Marvin Elsen
Terry Davis- D 
Clarence Haydysch
Jarod Benson
Melvin Penkalski - D
Tim Hess 
Dale Groth
Jason Olson
Mike Davis - D
Tom Elsen
Barin Bettin
Jeff Long                                       
Mike Elliot - D
Tony  Nickelatti
Dale Groth
jeffrey morrison - D
Mike Young
Tracy Cadagan
Dale Kromke
Jerry Frank
Nick Meinents
William (Bud) Gonia - D
Dan O'Dean
jesse Solumn
Norman Krause
William (Glen) Cox - D
 
 
 
William Russel - D

Fire Chiefs In Order

Tim Hanson, Chief - D
John Tully, Chief
Fred Schnover, Chief - D
James Willenberg, Chief - 1983-1998
Eugene Fanello,Chief - D
Daryl Steinke, Chief - 1998-2009
James LeJuene, Chief - D
Joseph Pfaff, Chief - 2009-2022
Irvin Dahlke, Chief - D
On Thursday, June 16, 2016, at 7 pm Asst Chief Brian Haydysch passed away.Chief Haydysch was a member of Stoddard Bergen Fire Department for 41 years. He joined the department at age 18. During this time, Brian has served almost every Officer Position on the department including Trustee, Secretary, Fire Lieutenant, 1st Responder Lieutenant, Captain, Second Assistant Chief and his current position, Assistant Chief.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Brian’s training is vast and detailed. His training includes State Certified - Fire Fighter II, Haz-Mat Technician, Vehicle Extrication Technician, Water & Ice Rescue, Rope Rescue and Wild Land Fire Fighting. Brian’s knowledge of emergency services runs very deep. Brian’s father also was a long-running member of the department and served as Assistant Fire Chief before he retired. Brian’s years of experience benefit the community and people he has helped.                                              In 1982 Brian and four other members of the department saw the need for medical care for the community before an ambulance arrived. They did many fundraisers to purchase the equipment and training for the department to be one of the 1st organizations to have – First Responders/Fire Departments in the State of Wisconsin.                                                                                                                                                  Over the years Brian has served on countless committees for the department for
equipment and vehicle purchases along with chair and co-chair positions for fundraiser events like the “Annual Big Walleye Tournament”                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Brian always had a calm and organized diligence about him. His vast experience in firefighting and responding to emergencies made him a valuable asset for a positive outcome in any event. During the Flood and Landslides of 2007 in Stoddard, our department of 30 responded to over 40 emergencies in less than 48hrs. Brian and 1 other firefighter remained at the station to prioritize, answer phone calls and dispatch trucks to the calls. Because of the overwhelming calls, Vernon County was not able to communicate with our department via radio.                                                                                                                                                                                      During this time Brian and another 1st responder delivered a baby on the station apron. The mother and father were unable to drive to La Crosse due to a home that had slid off the bluff and was blocking State Hwy35.