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  • #16
    May 3 of Americas Bravest Rest in Peace after doing what they did best. My prayers go out to there families and to the firefighters of the Memphis Fire Department.
    Firefighter, Volunteering since Oct 2001

    CCFA 05-04, best overall class for 2005
    "GOOD GAME!"

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    • #17
      ....................rest in peace.........
      Last edited by Weruj1; 06-16-2003, 09:19 PM.
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      http://www.firehouse.com/forums/show...60#post1137060post 115

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      • #18
        The three FDNY Brothers were killed June 17, 2001. Two years ago, not three.

        May the 3 Brothers never go forgotten... may the 2 Brothers from MFD, NEVER be forgotten!

        *Mark
        FTM-PTB-RFB-EGH

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        • #19
          Father's day. Another sad one. I too was thinking of the 3 FDNY Brothers that were lost 2 years ago as I reported for work on Saturday night. I said a little prayer for them and their families as I waited for the next morning so I could get home to my 3 little ones. Let's not forget June 17, 1972, either. For those who don't know, the Vendome tragedy in Boston also occured on Father's day. 9 Brothers didn't make it home that awful day.
          Leroy140 (yes, THAT Leroy)
          Fairfield, CT, Local 1426
          IACOJ Tillerman

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          • #20
            My prayers and condolences to the family members and the Memphis Fire Department. May they rest in peace.

            Never forget those who have gone before.
            IACOJ

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            • #21
              ...Rest now Brothers, you did your job today...

              Deepest condolences to the families and our MFD Brothers and Sisters from Washington Twp. Fire & Rescue, Lucas County, OH.
              FTM-PTB-DTRT

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              • #22
                My deepest prayers and heartfelt condolences to the fmilies of these 2 brave men and to the dept where they readily served. Rest in peace.

                code_blue81
                Jeremy Culver
                IACOJ Bureau of EMS

                These views are my own and do not represent the views or opinions of anyambulance service that I am affiliated with.

                Help our fellow firefighters.
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                "Firefighters Helping Firefighters"

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                • #23
                  May our Lord provide peace and comfort to the families of our departed brothers.



                  NJFFSA16
                  Last edited by NJFFSA16; 06-17-2003, 12:29 AM.
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                  • #24
                    Condolences

                    Our thoughts and Prayers go out to our brothers and sisters in Memphis and to your families in your time of need. Brothers you have answered your call, now rest in peace and my God watch over your families.

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                    • #25
                      Yet again our Brotherhood has fallen victim to tragedy. Let us all remember the families of those lost in Memphis, and of course remember those brothers in Memphis who are left behind to continue fighting fires. Once more we are reminded that Father's Day can become a sad memorial like any other day, however our sadness as brothers can never compare to the sadness felt by the children who will never again celebrate Father's Day. Let us keep in our thoughts and prayers the hope that next year, and in the years to come, we will all have a safe and happy Father's Day.

                      On behalf of the Officers and Firefighters of the Belltown Fire Department, I extend our deepest sypathies and our heartfelt condolances to the families of the fallen. May they rest in peace.

                      Alan Shaw
                      Firefighter
                      Belltown Fire Department
                      Stamford, CT

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                      • #26
                        LODD

                        From all of us here at the Jefferson City Fire Department, our thoughts and prayer are with the family's of all fallin firefighters.

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                        • #27
                          1)I hope the federal government will seek the same penalty as for the death of a police officer in the comission of a felony.

                          2) I hope the families of these brothers find peace and all the support they need at this tragic time.

                          3)I hope we will learn from this concerning the reaction of a Type II building with light weight truss roofs and sufficiant fire loading to fire impingment. 5 minutes at the most, if you have to enter (as they did) put water on the steel trusses, freeze it in place, and maybe buy yourself some time.
                          Make your weaknesses your strengths

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                          • #28
                            On behalf of the men of Louisville Engine #6, we offer our condolences and prayers to the family and members of the Memphis F.D.

                            Sincerely and respectfully submitted,

                            J.T. BASS
                            LOUISVILLE, KY

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                            • #29
                              May our departed brothers be taken into Gods hands and rememberd in our hearts and minds as they will be in there familys hearts every day.

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                              • #30
                                My sincere condolences go out to the families, friends and coworkers of Lt. Trent Kirk and Firefighter Charles Zachary. There are no words that comfort you, but they died doing what they loved to do. There is a special place in heaven for heroes who risk their lives so that others may live.
                                "Never mistake knowledge for intelligence; it is like mistaking a cup of milk for an entire cow."-Thomas Jefferson

                                I.A.C.O.J. Member and F.A.R.T.'s local 4 founding member

                                Mama said she only raised one fool.....Hey wait a minute I'm an ONLY CHILD???

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