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April 29, 2020 at 10:11 pm in reply to: Bereavement Notice,EVD James J. Murphy III, Formally of Truck 5. #4453
Murph was one hell of guy, great to talk to at the change of shifts. RIP Murph.April 28, 2020 at 10:27 pm in reply to: Bereavement Notice, Lt. Larry w. White, Formally of Engine 57 #4452
To Larry and his family, Larry was a great guy to work with and most of all a very great friend. I’ve known Larry for one heck of a long time and very sorry to hear of his passing. I for one will truly miss him. Rest In Peace brother.April 9, 2020 at 6:00 pm in reply to: Bereavement Notice, FF David B. Schoppert, Truck 30 #4426
Rest in everlasting peace young man.
Sorry to hear of Steve’s passing, Rest In Peace Steve. Will pray for you and your family.
James was my classmate in the class of April 6th 1970 and also in the same class group of 10. A great guy and friend, Rest In Peace Jim, you’ll be remembered by all who met and knew you brother.
Sorry to hear about Clarence’s passing, another darn good guy lost. RIP
Dave, 1st replace the outlet after shutting off the circuit breaker. Outlets do go bad. I have found a few that have gone bad due to age.
It looks like this law suit is going to last longer than I do !
Very sorry to hear of Jim’s passing, worked with him at Engine 35, couldn’t have ask for anyone better. Rest In Peace Jim, will always remember you and the fun times we had.
Bob, It is sad for me to hear that you are having such a bad time, stay tough, as tough as I know you are. I will miss all your observations at the end of the news letter, so funny, got a chuckle out of most of them. Will pray for your comfort during these tough times.December 29, 2019 at 12:48 am in reply to: Bereavement Notice,Linda C. Nash, Wife of Retiree Richard E. Nash, Truck 23 #4292
Rich, sorry to hear of the passing of you wife. May God rest her soul and grant her peace everlasting.
Sorry Adam, Didn’t have any idea about when it would be mailed out and to who, working or retired.November 9, 2019 at 11:10 pm in reply to: Bereavement Notice, Captain Martin J. Kavanagh T-5 #4255
Sorry to hear of Marty’s passing. We graduated CCB from the same class, swell guy.
Steve, I don’t know if I was supposed to get a choice on the question of staying in or opting out of the question of pension choice. I did not receive anything in the U.S. mail to exercise my choice on which I would like but again was I suppose to? I’m a little confused, could you un-confuse me if you will, I would appreciate It.