ANTHONY DOUGLAS MOFFA grew up in Camden NJ. He graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School on Federal Street in 1957. He joined the Camden Fire Department on August 15, 1961, replacing Leon F. Chudzinski, who had retired on a disability pension. Anthony Douglas Moffa went on to serve the City of Camden for 38 years, retiring with the rank of Battalion Chief.

Last a resident of Voorhees NJ, Anthony Douglas Moffa passed away on October 23, 2007.

Camden Courier-Post * June 28, 1968


Kenneth Clark
Joseph R. Gfrorer
George D. Getty
John Dimaggio
Joseph J. Anderson
Philip A. Maycott
James McMaster
William D. Hillman
Joseph Arensberg
Robert E. Briggs
John S. Brzozowski
Edmund F. Gorczynski
Anthony F. Orme
William B. Young
William D. Ayers
Joseph Dowhy Sr.
James O. Jones
Joseph Chelhowski
James T. Robinson
Anthony D. Moffa
Robert E. Davenport
John F. Gaffney Jr.
Albert E. Collum Jr.

Robert D. Craig - Edwin Hoffman - Flem Hopkins Jr. - Joseph Fox - Charles W. Cahilly - Edward Bush
John F. Oppman - Gary E. Miller - Donald Tymusczuk - Joseph A. Broccoli - Richard W. Merta
Robert G. Gibson -
Elwood L. Ridge - Joseph E. Benton - David Vautier Jr. - Frank R. Pedano

December 17. 1991 - Fire at the large frame house at 909-911 North 24th Street

Ladder Company 3 - Ladder Company 1  - Anthony D. Moffa

Battalion Chief Moffa with Battalion Chief George Kurtyan
South Camden - 1994

Camden Courier-Post * October 23, 2007

On October 23, 2007. Of Voorhees, NJ. Age 68.
Beloved husband of Helen Moffa (nee Winner) for 48 years. Loving father of Steven D. Moffa of Olympia, WA and Jeffrey S. Moffa of Voorhees. Devoted grandfather of Anthony Moffa. Dear brother of Roy Moffa of Harvard, MA and John Moffa and his wife Linda of Portsmouth, RI. He is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
Mr. Moffa was a 1957 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden. He was employed by the Camden Fire Department for 38 years, serving as a Firefighter, Captain, Chief, Battalion Chief and a member of the Camden Rescue Squad. He was a member of the NJ State Retired Police and Fire Association. For many years Doug and Helen were owners of the Sidekicks and Rambling Country in Deptford. He was also an avid camper, 'traveling the highways' since 1979.
Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing 1:30-3:30pm Saturday at the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Rt 73 & Evesham Rd., Marlton. Funeral Service 3:30pm Saturday at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Ronald McDonald House, 550 Mickle Blvd, Camden, NJ 08103 for the Firemen's Bedroom.