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  • nhfd350
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    So long brother

    We mourn the loss of a brother firefighter and know that his contributions were intrumental to your department. Sorry for your loss guys.

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  • Blulakr
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    Thanks to all for the kind words.

    A wonderful ceremony was performed yesterday including an Honor Guard provided by the Arcata Fire Department. There was a funeral procession with approximately 20 apparatus representing 8 districts that traveled 12 miles from the church to the cemetary. It was quite a sight.

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  • mikeyboy411
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    R.I.P. Chief..... God bless the families (peronal and professional).....

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  • Chenzo
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    RIP Chief.

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  • JayDudley
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    Big Loss

    Sorry for your loss...and R.I.P. Chief

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  • CaptOldTimer
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    Sorry for your lost, Rest In Peace, Chief! We've got it!

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  • EastKyFF
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    My deepest sympathies. It's always sad to lose these old warhorses that made it possible to do what we do today.

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  • OKFIREFIGHTER2
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    Sorry for your lose, RIP brother

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  • DeputyChiefGonzo
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    Rest easy....

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  • FIREMECH1
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    My condolences.

    RIP

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  • Blulakr
    started a topic A Sad Day

    A Sad Day

    Our local dept, The Blue Lake Vol. Fire Dept. Lost a long time member and former chief.

    James Thacker, a member for 41 years, passed on this week. James became a firefighter in 1969 and worked his way up to eventually serve as chief for 10years.

    As Chairmain of the Building Comittee, James was instrumental in the construction or our fire hall. James also drew the building plans and installed the wiring himself. The fire hall, built in 1976, still serves the department well today.

    The Blue Lake Volunteer Fire Department would not be what it is today if not for James' dedication and hard work. He will be missed by many.

    http://www.bluelakefire.net/index.html

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