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  • Skysthelimit
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    Bob will be missed, I enjoyed working with him on numrous occasions. My condolenses to the families who have been touched by Bob's Passing. Rest in Peace Mr. Barraclough.

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  • mikeyboy
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    Condolenses to the families (personal and FD) and friends.....

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  • firepundit
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    RIP, Bob.

    I gotta admit that it has been hard seeing Bob on the scooters these last several years. I guess the man up there needed a good consultant to help quench the fires of he!!.

    Time to fight the big one now, Bob.

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  • ffp20
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    RIP Bob. You've left a legacy thats hard to duplicate.

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  • CanadianFyrTrks
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    Im sad to say that I never got to experience his wisdom outside his articles. But, never the less we've all lost a friend. I hope that we all take something from his wisdom and pay it forward.

    RIP Robert Barraclough

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  • Command6
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    I've always enjoyed his column in Fire Apparatus Magazine. His wisdom, passion, and experience will be missed.

    C6

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  • sven73
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    I worked for Bob when we were both at Hale many years ago. I am saddened to hear of his passing. He was a great mentor to alot of people in the fire service.

    God bless him.

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  • Aerialguy11
    started a topic Passing Of A Fire Service Industry Leader

    Passing Of A Fire Service Industry Leader

    Its with deep regret that I advise that Bob Barraclough who's been involved in the fire apparatus industry for over 50 years passed away this morning at his home in Plano TX.

    Bob besides being a great father, friend, competitor and collegue loved the fire service and spent countless time trying to make apparatus safer ove his many years and was a source of information and expertise.

    He'll be sorely missed.

    RIP Bob.

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