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    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow...004030955.html

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    • Employees creative in tardiness excuses

      Carla Wilson / Times Colonist February 11, 2013

      Uh, boss. I’m going to be a little late for work today because ...

      • I had to put a raincoat on my cement duck lawn ornament because the forecast calls for rain.

      • My wife was so mad at me that she froze my truck keys in a glass of water in the freezer.

      • I drove to my previous employer by mistake.

      These are just a few of the quirky excuses employers heard last year, according to the annual CareerBuilder survey of memorable reasons that workers did not show up on time. The online survey of managers and workers was done in the U.S. in November.

      Traffic is the most common reason for being late, at 31 per cent, the job search website said. Others often heard are lack of sleep, having to take children to daycare or school, poor weather and delays in public transportation.

      More than a quarter of workers admit they are late at least once a month, and 16 per cent are late once a week or more.

      “Employers understand that every now and again circumstances will arise that are out of a worker’s control and unfortunately cause a late arrival to work,” said Rosemary Haefner of CareerBuilder. “It escalates to a problem when the behavior becomes repetitive, causing employers to take disciplinary action. More than one-third of hiring managers reported they had to fire someone for being late.”

      Family and traffic are common reasons for lateness, said Christine Stoneman, chief operating officer of Victoria’s Chemistry Consulting, specializing in human resources and business throughout the province. She also oversees Chemistry’s subsidiary GT Hiring Solutions, which delivers Employment Program of B.C. services.

      Stoneman passed on excuses she and colleagues have heard:

      • “My cat attacked me this morning and I had to wait until the bleeding stopped before I could leave the house.”

      • A bird pooped on an employee’s head on the way to work, so the worker returned home to wash up.

      • “Damn GPS!” took me in the wrong direction.”

      • “The lid of my coffee was not on tight and spilled all over me.”

      • Previous appointment ran late.

      • Missed alarms, a.k.a. “accidentally slept in.”

      • Car broke.

      • Couldn’t find keys/wallet/shoes.

      • Ran out of gas.

      • Couldn’t find parking.

      • An employee’s wallet was stolen.

      Stoneman said in employment training programs, people are urged to think of how colleagues will be affected by lateness. That means informing a manager or another worker as soon as possible to allow others to adapt.

      Other excuses cited by CareerBuilder’s survey:

      • A worker dropped her purse into a coin-operated newspaper box and couldn’t get it back because her coins were in her purse.

      • A bear attacked the car. The employee took pictures for evidence.

      • An employee accidentally left the house wearing his roommate’s girlfriend’s shoes and had to return to change.

      • The car wouldn’t start because its breathalyzer device showed that the worker was drunk.

      © Copyright 2013

      Any one know of any others?
      If you don't do it RIGHT today, when will you have time to do it over? (Hall of Fame basketball player/coach John Wooden)

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      • September 4, 2013 -- New York, New York. The 12th anniversary of 9/11/01 attacks are here. It was like yesterday for us. NEVER FORGET.
        ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
        NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
        343
        CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
        LT. John Ginley Engine 40
        FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
        FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
        FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
        FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
        FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
        FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
        FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
        FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
        FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

        Charleston 9
        "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
        *******************CLICK HERE*****************

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        • anything Weird But True happening?
          ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
          NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
          343
          CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
          LT. John Ginley Engine 40
          FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
          FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
          FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
          FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
          FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
          FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
          FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
          FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
          FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

          Charleston 9
          "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
          *******************CLICK HERE*****************

          Comment


          • Just all of us.

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            • 343 and counting...............



              1) EMT James Kay, Bn-35 - January 2002

              2) EMT Daniel Stewart, - June 2002

              3) FF Gary Celentani, E-233 - September 26, 2002

              4) FF Walter Voight, L-144 - 2003

              5) FF Robert W. Dillon, E-153 - April 30, 2003

              6) FF Vanclive Johnson, L-135 - August 22, 2003

              7) FF Russ Brinkworth, L-135 - August 26, 2003

              8) FF Edward V. Tietjen, L-48 - November 25, 2003

              9) EMT Felix Hernandez, Bn-17 - 2004

              10) BC Kevin R. Byrnes, Bn-7 - Feburary 4, 2004

              11) FF Stephen Johnson, L-25 - August 6, 2004

              12) FF Gerald Arrington, L-42 - 2005

              13) EMT Timothy Keller, Bn-50 - June 23, 2005

              14) LT Richard M. Burke, E-97 - August 14, 2005

              15) FF Michael Sofia, E-165 - September 1, 2005

              16) FF Joseph P. Costello, Bn-58 - January 3, 2006

              17) FF William R. O'Connor, L-84 - January 16, 2006

              18) LT Renaldo Natal, Field Comm - Feburary 5, 2006

              19) Paramedic Deborah Reeve - March 15, 2006

              20) FM William Wilson Jr., BFI, Man. Base - July 15, 2006

              21) LT. Thomas Hodges, E-313 - August 30, 2006

              22) FF Bob Wieber, E-262 - October 31, 2006

              23) EMS Lt Brian Ellicott, EMS Dispatch - 2007

              24) LT Joseph P. Colleluori, E-324 - January 4, 2007

              25) FF Michael J. Shagi, E-74 - June 22, 2007

              26) FF William R. St.George, SOC Battalion - July 1, 2007

              27) FF Ray Hauber, E-284 - August 4, 2007

              28) FM Tom Driscoll, BFI - December 2007

              29) BC Jerry Hawe, Bn-26 - MARCH 1,2008

              30) FF William E. Moreau, E-166 - March 12, 2008

              31) LT John Murray, E-165 - April 30, 2008

              32) FF Sean McCarthy, E-280 - May 27, 2008

              33) FF Bruce M Foss, L-108 - June 14, 2008

              34) FF Martin Simmons, L-111 - July 21, 2008

              35) FF Jacques Paultre, E-50 - JUNE 24, 2008

              36) FF Kevin Delano Sr, L-142 - July 30, 2008

              37) FF Mike Larosa, Squad 252 - July 13, 2008

              38) LT Jimmy Tancredi, L-47 - August 8, 2008

              39) FF Robert Borcherding, L-160 - 2008

              40) Paramedic Clyde F Sealey, BHS - April 12, 2009

              41) FF Timothy G. Lockwood, E-275 - May 27, 2009

              42) FF Edward F. Reilly Jr, L-160 - July 23, 2009

              43) FF John McNamara, E-234 - August 9 2009

              44) LT Thomas Roberts, L-40 - August. 12 2009

              45) CPT Kevin Cassidy, E-320 - August 30, 2009

              46) FF Joan R. Daley, E-63 - September 27, 2009

              47) FF Joseph Swewczyk, E-264 - October 14, 2009

              48) FF Richard Manetta, L-156 - October 11, 2009

              49) LT Peter J. Farrenkopf, Marine 6 - October 18, 2009

              50) BC John Vaughn, Bn-3 - October 26, 2009

              51) FF Robert Ford, E-284 - October 29, 2009

              52) Paremedic Carene Brown, EMS Bureau of Training- December 22, 2009

              53) FF James Ryan, L-167 - December 25, 2009

              54) LT Robert M. Hess, L-76 - May 2, 2010

              55) Paramedic Paula Rodriguez May 30, 2010

              56) EMT Freddie Rosario, EMS Sta.4 - June 15, 2010

              57) LT Harry Wannamaker Jr., Marine 1 - July 20, 2010

              58) SUPV. COMM. ELEC. Phillip J. Berger Outside Plant Operations - July 22, 2010

              59) FF Vincent Albanese, L-38 - July 31, 2010

              60) FF John Sullivan, L-34 - December 24, 2010

              61) FF Roy Chelson, E-28 - January 09, 2011

              62) FF William Quick, L-134 - January 18, 2011

              63)Lt Andrew M Borgese, E-326 - January 25, 2011

              64) FF John O'Neill, L-52 - February 14, 2011

              65) FF Willie Franklin, E-65, February 14, 2011

              66) LT Randy Wiebecke, L-1 - March 02, 2011

              67) FF Brian C. Malloy, L-80 - March 28, 2011

              68) LT John A. Garcia, L-5 - May 13, 2011

              69) FF Anthony J Nuccio, L-175 - June 7, 2011

              70) FM Steven C. Mosiello, Office of Chief Of Dept- July 15, 2011

              71) FF Carl Capobianco, L-87 - July 29, 2011

              72)Capt Emilio R Longo, L-110 - August 29, 2011

              73) FF Raymond Ragucci, E-5 - September 4, 2011

              74) DC William J. Guido, Chief In Charged- Marine Division - November 10, 2011

              75)Capt Sheldon Barocas, E-251 - December 19, 2011

              76) FF Virginia Culkin-Spinelli, E-329 - December 19, 2011

              77) DAC John McFarland-EMS Operations- February 6, 2012

              78) Lt Robert Stegmeier, L-127. Feburary 16, 2012

              79) Lt Mark McKay L-45 - April 4, 2012

              80) EMT Anthony Ficara- Station 43- June 15, 2012

              81) LT. Patrick Sullivan, L-58 - June 16, 2012

              82) FF. Michael Mongelli, Bn-39- August 5, 2012

              83) FF Larry Sullivan, Rescue 5- August 20, 2012

              84) FF Michael Behette, L-172 - September 18, 2012

              85) BC Thomas Van Doran, Bn-3 - November 13, 2012

              86) EMT Joseph Schiumo, December 9, 2012

              87) Paramedic Ruben I Berrios - December 10, 2012

              88) FF Walter Torres, E-328 - December 27, 2012

              89) BC John K Corcoran, Bn-52 - January 11, 2013

              90) FF Andrew Dal Cortivo, E-227- January 16, 2013

              91) Lt. Martin Fullam, E-10 - January 29, 2013

              92) FF Chuck Jones, L-165 - January 31, 2013

              93) BC Richard Arazosa, Bn-19 - April 13, 2013

              94) FM Emil K Harnischfeger, BFI - May 6, 2013

              95) EMT Ronald Coyne, EMS Station 38 - June 25 2013

              96) FF Robert V. Koeth, E-268 - June 12, 2013

              97) Capt Peter J Casey, E-212 - July 3, 2013

              98) Paramedic Rudy Havelka- EMS Bureau of Training- July 9, 2013

              99) EMT Francis Charles, Station 58 - August 27, 2013

              100) Paramedic John Wyatt, Station 22 - September 24, 2013

              101) EMT Luis De Pena November 17, 2013

              102) FF Adolfo Otano, E-202 - November 10, 2013

              103) EMS LT. Michael Cavanagh- December 3, 2013

              104) Lt Tom Greaney, L-175 January 5, 2014

              105) Capt James Noonan, E-89 March 16, 2014

              106) FF James H Stines, E-35 March 17, 2014

              107) FF Keith Atlas, E-35 April 4, 2014

              108) FF Luis (Pepe) Fragoso, L-53 April 17, 2014

              109) EMS Captain William Olsen, EMS Division 5. June 1, 2014

              110) Lt Steve Reisman, E-307 June 1, 2014

              111) Lt Keith Loughlin, L-109 July 31, 2014
              ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
              NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
              343
              CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
              LT. John Ginley Engine 40
              FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
              FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
              FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
              FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
              FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
              FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
              FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
              FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
              FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

              Charleston 9
              "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
              *******************CLICK HERE*****************

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              • Originally posted by E40FDNYL35 View Post
                343 and counting...............



                1) EMT James Kay, Bn-35 - January 2002

                2) EMT Daniel Stewart, - June 2002

                3) FF Gary Celentani, E-233 - September 26, 2002

                4) FF Walter Voight, L-144 - 2003

                5) FF Robert W. Dillon, E-153 - April 30, 2003

                6) FF Vanclive Johnson, L-135 - August 22, 2003

                7) FF Russ Brinkworth, L-135 - August 26, 2003

                8) FF Edward V. Tietjen, L-48 - November 25, 2003

                9) EMT Felix Hernandez, Bn-17 - 2004

                10) BC Kevin R. Byrnes, Bn-7 - Feburary 4, 2004

                11) FF Stephen Johnson, L-25 - August 6, 2004

                12) FF Gerald Arrington, L-42 - 2005

                13) EMT Timothy Keller, Bn-50 - June 23, 2005

                14) LT Richard M. Burke, E-97 - August 14, 2005

                15) FF Michael Sofia, E-165 - September 1, 2005

                16) FF Joseph P. Costello, Bn-58 - January 3, 2006

                17) FF William R. O'Connor, L-84 - January 16, 2006

                18) LT Renaldo Natal, Field Comm - Feburary 5, 2006

                19) Paramedic Deborah Reeve - March 15, 2006

                20) FM William Wilson Jr., BFI, Man. Base - July 15, 2006

                21) LT. Thomas Hodges, E-313 - August 30, 2006

                22) FF Bob Wieber, E-262 - October 31, 2006

                23) EMS Lt Brian Ellicott, EMS Dispatch - 2007

                24) LT Joseph P. Colleluori, E-324 - January 4, 2007

                25) FF Michael J. Shagi, E-74 - June 22, 2007

                26) FF William R. St.George, SOC Battalion - July 1, 2007

                27) FF Ray Hauber, E-284 - August 4, 2007

                28) FM Tom Driscoll, BFI - December 2007

                29) BC Jerry Hawe, Bn-26 - MARCH 1,2008

                30) FF William E. Moreau, E-166 - March 12, 2008

                31) LT John Murray, E-165 - April 30, 2008

                32) FF Sean McCarthy, E-280 - May 27, 2008

                33) FF Bruce M Foss, L-108 - June 14, 2008

                34) FF Martin Simmons, L-111 - July 21, 2008

                35) FF Jacques Paultre, E-50 - JUNE 24, 2008

                36) FF Kevin Delano Sr, L-142 - July 30, 2008

                37) FF Mike Larosa, Squad 252 - July 13, 2008

                38) LT Jimmy Tancredi, L-47 - August 8, 2008

                39) FF Robert Borcherding, L-160 - 2008

                40) Paramedic Clyde F Sealey, BHS - April 12, 2009

                41) FF Timothy G. Lockwood, E-275 - May 27, 2009

                42) FF Edward F. Reilly Jr, L-160 - July 23, 2009

                43) FF John McNamara, E-234 - August 9 2009

                44) LT Thomas Roberts, L-40 - August. 12 2009

                45) CPT Kevin Cassidy, E-320 - August 30, 2009

                46) FF Joan R. Daley, E-63 - September 27, 2009

                47) FF Joseph Swewczyk, E-264 - October 14, 2009

                48) FF Richard Manetta, L-156 - October 11, 2009

                49) LT Peter J. Farrenkopf, Marine 6 - October 18, 2009

                50) BC John Vaughn, Bn-3 - October 26, 2009

                51) FF Robert Ford, E-284 - October 29, 2009

                52) Paremedic Carene Brown, EMS Bureau of Training- December 22, 2009

                53) FF James Ryan, L-167 - December 25, 2009

                54) LT Robert M. Hess, L-76 - May 2, 2010

                55) Paramedic Paula Rodriguez May 30, 2010

                56) EMT Freddie Rosario, EMS Sta.4 - June 15, 2010

                57) LT Harry Wannamaker Jr., Marine 1 - July 20, 2010

                58) SUPV. COMM. ELEC. Phillip J. Berger Outside Plant Operations - July 22, 2010

                59) FF Vincent Albanese, L-38 - July 31, 2010

                60) FF John Sullivan, L-34 - December 24, 2010

                61) FF Roy Chelson, E-28 - January 09, 2011

                62) FF William Quick, L-134 - January 18, 2011

                63)Lt Andrew M Borgese, E-326 - January 25, 2011

                64) FF John O'Neill, L-52 - February 14, 2011

                65) FF Willie Franklin, E-65, February 14, 2011

                66) LT Randy Wiebecke, L-1 - March 02, 2011

                67) FF Brian C. Malloy, L-80 - March 28, 2011

                68) LT John A. Garcia, L-5 - May 13, 2011

                69) FF Anthony J Nuccio, L-175 - June 7, 2011

                70) FM Steven C. Mosiello, Office of Chief Of Dept- July 15, 2011

                71) FF Carl Capobianco, L-87 - July 29, 2011

                72)Capt Emilio R Longo, L-110 - August 29, 2011

                73) FF Raymond Ragucci, E-5 - September 4, 2011

                74) DC William J. Guido, Chief In Charged- Marine Division - November 10, 2011

                75)Capt Sheldon Barocas, E-251 - December 19, 2011

                76) FF Virginia Culkin-Spinelli, E-329 - December 19, 2011

                77) DAC John McFarland-EMS Operations- February 6, 2012

                78) Lt Robert Stegmeier, L-127. Feburary 16, 2012

                79) Lt Mark McKay L-45 - April 4, 2012

                80) EMT Anthony Ficara- Station 43- June 15, 2012

                81) LT. Patrick Sullivan, L-58 - June 16, 2012

                82) FF. Michael Mongelli, Bn-39- August 5, 2012

                83) FF Larry Sullivan, Rescue 5- August 20, 2012

                84) FF Michael Behette, L-172 - September 18, 2012

                85) BC Thomas Van Doran, Bn-3 - November 13, 2012

                86) EMT Joseph Schiumo, December 9, 2012

                87) Paramedic Ruben I Berrios - December 10, 2012

                88) FF Walter Torres, E-328 - December 27, 2012

                89) BC John K Corcoran, Bn-52 - January 11, 2013

                90) FF Andrew Dal Cortivo, E-227- January 16, 2013

                91) Lt. Martin Fullam, E-10 - January 29, 2013

                92) FF Chuck Jones, L-165 - January 31, 2013

                93) BC Richard Arazosa, Bn-19 - April 13, 2013

                94) FM Emil K Harnischfeger, BFI - May 6, 2013

                95) EMT Ronald Coyne, EMS Station 38 - June 25 2013

                96) FF Robert V. Koeth, E-268 - June 12, 2013

                97) Capt Peter J Casey, E-212 - July 3, 2013

                98) Paramedic Rudy Havelka- EMS Bureau of Training- July 9, 2013

                99) EMT Francis Charles, Station 58 - August 27, 2013

                100) Paramedic John Wyatt, Station 22 - September 24, 2013

                101) EMT Luis De Pena November 17, 2013

                102) FF Adolfo Otano, E-202 - November 10, 2013

                103) EMS LT. Michael Cavanagh- December 3, 2013

                104) Lt Tom Greaney, L-175 January 5, 2014

                105) Capt James Noonan, E-89 March 16, 2014

                106) FF James H Stines, E-35 March 17, 2014

                107) FF Keith Atlas, E-35 April 4, 2014

                108) FF Luis (Pepe) Fragoso, L-53 April 17, 2014

                109) EMS Captain William Olsen, EMS Division 5. June 1, 2014

                110) Lt Steve Reisman, E-307 June 1, 2014

                111) Lt Keith Loughlin, L-109 July 31, 2014



                Always remembering the Brothers which were murdered on 9-11-2001 and those who have graduated since.

                Rest in Peace.
                Stay Safe and Well Out There....

                Always remembering 9-11-2001 and 343+ Brothers

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                • https://www.youtube.com/v/TepT0Ttwz7M
                  ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
                  NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
                  343
                  CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
                  LT. John Ginley Engine 40
                  FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
                  FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
                  FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
                  FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
                  FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
                  FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
                  FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
                  FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
                  FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

                  Charleston 9
                  "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
                  *******************CLICK HERE*****************

                  Comment


                  • August 10, 2015 -- heres a good one from the city of new york -- the city moved to fire an employee for missing about 18 months of work, even though he had the best excuse of all time — he was dead.
                    Bureaucrats at the Human Resources Administration filed charges against Medicaid-eligibility specialist Geoffrey Toliver accusing him of going AWOL — even though his death by cancer was reported in an online obituary. An administrative-law judge then agreed to his firing, noting Toliver didn’t show up at his hearing. Toliver died at age 65 on Dec. 8, 2014. His friends described the father of three as a dedicated worker.
                    Last edited by E40FDNYL35; 08-10-2015, 10:17 AM.
                    ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
                    NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
                    343
                    CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
                    LT. John Ginley Engine 40
                    FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
                    FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
                    FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
                    FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
                    FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
                    FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
                    FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
                    FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
                    FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

                    Charleston 9
                    "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
                    *******************CLICK HERE*****************

                    Comment


                    • October 9, 2015 -- Why is congress stalling the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Re-authorization Act? Yes our House and Senate. Please call or write to you Reps http://www.renew911health.org
                      ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
                      NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
                      343
                      CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
                      LT. John Ginley Engine 40
                      FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
                      FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
                      FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
                      FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
                      FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
                      FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
                      FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
                      FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
                      FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

                      Charleston 9
                      "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
                      *******************CLICK HERE*****************

                      Comment


                      • January 30, 2016 --- A firefighter wannabe was busted for setting a blaze at the Brooksville, Fla., library and showing up to help put it out, cops said. Joseph Brannen allegedly arrived in full gear to help douse the flames — which did $500,000 in damages — but was rebuffed by the real heroes. His behavior was so weird that he came under suspicion, and police soon built a case against him.
                        ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
                        NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
                        343
                        CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
                        LT. John Ginley Engine 40
                        FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
                        FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
                        FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
                        FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
                        FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
                        FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
                        FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
                        FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
                        FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

                        Charleston 9
                        "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
                        *******************CLICK HERE*****************

                        Comment


                        • November 14, 2016 -- I'm still alive.
                          ALL GAVE SOME BUT SOME GAVE ALL
                          NEVER FORGET 9-11-01
                          343
                          CAPT. Frank Callahan Ladder 35 *
                          LT. John Ginley Engine 40
                          FF. Bruce Gary Engine 40
                          FF. Jimmy Giberson Ladder 35
                          FF. Michael Otten Ladder 35 *
                          FF. Steve Mercado Engine 40 *
                          FF. Kevin Bracken Engine 40 *
                          FF. Vincent Morello Ladder 35
                          FF. Michael Roberts Ladder 35 *
                          FF. Michael Lynch Engine 40
                          FF. Michael Dauria Engine 40

                          Charleston 9
                          "If my job was easy a cop would be doing it."
                          *******************CLICK HERE*****************

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