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Great, great grandfather of the proprietors, Fire Chief Tony Maloney was a local legend in his time. Originally a Golden Glove Boxer in the Navy, Tony settled down stateside and became a fireman.

He quickly worked his way through the ranks of the local firehouse by having a keen intellect, lightning fast reflexes, and a notoriously sharp tongue. Boisterously fearless and heroic, over the years he was credited with saving the lives of 23 cats, 8 dogs, multiple farms, barns and animals, 4 orphans, several nuns, countless townsfolk, and at least 5 of his equally brave men.

When he wasn’t battling raging flames, Chief Tony Maloney would cook meals for his men in a tiny firehouse kitchen. Several local farmers would frequently provide them with fresh meat and produce as a way of saying thanks for saving their land in the great fire of ‘22. Using culinary skills that he picked up while serving in the navy, Firehouse #8 had comfort food that Tony Maloney elevated to a level previously unheard of at the time.