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Clarence and I were members of the class of July 1972. He was a great classmate, Fire Fighter at T15 with me, and Fire Officer. RIP my Brother! Greg DahlemFebruary 6, 2020 at 10:15 pm in reply to: Bereavement Notice, FF Frank J. Geppi, Retired Engine 41 #4328
Dad and Son are together again. RIP
Tom, I liked the old site but understand the need for security. Make changes need for security and return to old format. Since the current site was implemented, I have found no interaction amongst members.
I would love to hear “The Col.” take on this.
Any new info?January 28, 2019 at 9:09 pm in reply to: Death Announcement, Fire Fighter Allen Ensign Bramble, Jr. Engine 6. #3980
My brother and I knew Al long before we joined the BCFD as he was our uncle’s, BC 2 Al Stanek, driver. He was among the best!
Any info from todays court date?December 20, 2018 at 9:44 am in reply to: Death Of RETIREE, Charles Roland “Buck” Meurer Truck-5 #3941
Buck was the leader of A shift at T5 when I started there as AuxFF here in 1971. He and Carl Miles were Fire Fighters who I looked to for guidance as my career advanced. RIP Buck
I agree with Gary. Frank would be so proud of her.December 3, 2018 at 9:58 am in reply to: Christmas Lunch Bunch at Desantis 12/3 at 1100 hrs #3900
Wish I could be there but down in TV with Ernie and Carlos. Yes, I believe the new web site is a disaster as very little posting.
I concur with your thoughts. It is not the department that we served. Its good to see that you read and reply. Long live the Col!
Mike, I am not having a problem now, but it is not the easiest to navigate. It took some time to learn it. That being said, there is very little ‘traffic’ (entries) on the site compared to the old site.
Yes, 18 years seems like yesterday. RIP my Friend.
I agree. I visited the site on Saturday and found that it was no longer there. I signed-in to the new one and it took sometime to navigate it and found no posts. What gives?