Ex-Chief Vincent "Charlie" Moller has answered his last alarm
By Ex-Chief Thomas Pantano
January 17, 2020

It is with a heavy heart and deep sadness that the Chief's Office of The Sayville Fire Department
announces the passing of Ex-Chief Vincent "Charlie" Moller. Charlie served as Chief of Department from 1971-1973.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Moller family in their time of mourning.

Obituary from Ex-Chief Moller's Family:
Vincent “Charles” Moller, 98, passed away Jan 15, 2020. He will be remembered as a loving husband, father, grandpa, great grandpa and friend to many. Pops was born Dec. 29, 1921 in Queens, NY. He proudly served his country in the US Army during World War II serving in the South Pacific. On Nov. 23, 1941 Charles married the love of his life, Katherine Crump. They moved to Sayville, Long Island and raised four sons and one daughter. Charles became a first- generation volunteer fire fighter in 1951 for the Sayville Fire Department where he was a lifetime member till his passing. Upon retiring from secular work Pops and Mom moved to Florida in the mid 1980’s. Pops and Mom lived in the Arbors in Osprey Fl where they had many great friends. He is preceded in death by his grandson, Keith R. Moller and grand daughter, Katrina Jacquelyn “Kat” Moller. He is survived by his wife of 78 years, Katherine, five children: Charles, Maureen, Jeff, Billy and his wife Tina, Tommy and his wife Debbie and Ricky and his wife Deirdre as well as seven grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, multiple nephews, nieces as well as a long list of friends.

“We love you dad. You will be dearly missed by so many”