Posts Tagged LODD

Chicago FD LODD Firefighter Dan Capuano, 12-14-15 (more)

This from From Bob Daluga,

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NFFF video – Charleston Fire Department

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation has produced a video on the changes and transitions in the Charleston, SC Fire Department following the deadly Sofa Store fire which claimed nine Charleston firefighters.

From the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, “Charleston 9: The Ultimate Sacrifice”, looks at the dramatic changes made in the operations of South Carolina’s Charleston Fire Department following the deaths of nine firefighters on June 18, 2007. The video, produced by STATter911 Communications and Greg Guise Media, focuses on how the leadership of the late Chief Tom Carr helped the department recover after such a devastating loss.

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Chicago LODD Captain Herbert T. Johnson Funeral Arrangements

This is from the Chicago Fire Academy’s Facebook page…

WAKE/FUNERAL INFO FOR CFD LODD:

Captain Herbert T. Johnson “Herbie” (CFD); Devoted husband of Susan, nee McMahon; Loving father of CPL Thomas (USMC), Laurie, and Michael “Mickey”; Dear brother of Julie (the late Douglas) Marcinek, Mary Cay, Peggy (Dave) Ladd, John, James (Theresa), Ted (Ruth), and Terry; Cherished son of the late Herbert J. and Joan; Dear uncle, cousin and friend to many. Loyal Chicago firefighter for 33 years.

Visitation Wednesday 3 to 9 p.m. at St. Rita of Cascia Shrine Chapel, 7740 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL. Funeral Thursday, family and friends will meet directly at church for 11:00 a.m. Mass. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Herbie Johnson Memorial Fund, Harris Bank would be appreciated.Arrangements entrusted to Curley Funeral Home (T.P. Kerrigan Associates). For funeral info 708-422-2700.

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LAFD LODD FF Glenn Allen

The Los Angeles City Fire Department forwarded the following documents.

LAFD LODD FF Glenn Allen

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Chicago to build fireman’s memorial park

The following new release from the City of Chicago website was posted on November 17, 2010.

TIF approved for firemen’s memorial, community center

Mayor Richard M. Daley’s plan to use Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to build a fireman’s memorial park in Beverly and a community recreational facility on the Near North Side were approved today by the Chicago City Council.

“TIF is the City’s most versatile and effective economic development tool,” said Mayor Richard M. Daley. “It is important that we continue to invest in our park infrastructure as these facilities play a significant role in the quality of life in our neighborhoods.”

The memorial park will honor Chicago firefighters Anthony Lockhart and Patrick King, who were killed 12 years ago while extinguishing a blaze at a former car repair facility at 10611 S. Western Ave. The TIF assistance will pay for landscaping, fencing and a memorial for the fallen firefighters on the .6 acre site, which has remained vacant since the fire. Funds for the $675,000 acre project will be allocated from the Western Avenue/Rock Island TIF district. Preliminary designs include trees, grass, lighting, benches and walking paths surrounding a fireman-themed sculpture.

The community center will rise on the site of a former Chicago Housing Authority highrise at 410 W. Chicago Ave. To include a gymnasium, locker rooms, computer labs and a community meeting area, the $15 million facility will be operated by the Chicago Park District. The Near North TIF district will provide $5 million toward the construction cost with the remainder to be paid by the Jesse White Foundation, which would use the facility as a permanent home for the Jesse White Tumblers.

In a separate plan, Wilson Park, at 4630 N. Milwaukee Ave., will be allocated $500,000 from the Jefferson Park TIF District for assorted playground improvements, including a new play surface and climbing equipment.

TIF is a City of Chicago funding tool that’s used to promote infrastructure and other improvements as well as create jobs in designated districts across the city.

Thanks to Hank Sajovic for  submitting this.

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Chicago FD Lt. Pat Hannon – ODD update

Funeral arrangements for Chicago Lt. Pat Hannon are as follows:

  • Visitation is Tuesday from 3 to 8 p.m. at Blake Lamb Funeral Home in Oak Lawn.
  • The funeral mass will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Saint Barnabas Church, 10134 South Longwood in Chicago.

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Chicago FD Lt. Pat Hannon – LODD

The Chicago Fire Department announced the passing of Lieutenant Pat Hannon of Truck 8 this morning. Lt. Hannon, a 22 year veteran of the department died in his sleep while at the firehouse. The Chicago Tribune has a brief article HERE.

A Chicago Fire Department lieutenant died today, apparently of natural causes, while he was on duty at a firehouse on the Near West Side, officials said.

Patrick Hannon, 51, was found unresponsive in a firehouse near the 2500 block of South Throop Street, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

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Firefighters pay their respect to fallen CFD FF Corey Ankum – update

FireTruckBlog.com has compiled links to several videos taken at various times during the funeral and the funeral procession for fallen CFD FF Corey Ankum.

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Firefighters pay their respect to fallen CFD FF Corey Ankum – update

Coverage for today’s funeral service for CFD FF Corey Ankum can found on several sites: Chicago Tribune, MyFoxChicago, ABC Chicago, NBC Chicago.

“Corey was a true defender in every sense of the word,” Daley said at the funeral for the fallen firefighter Thursday. ” He was devoted to protecting everyone. All the time, every time I spoke to him, the first thing he said: ‘I love the fire department.’. It wasn’t just a job for him, it was a way of life.”

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Firefighters pay their respect to CFD FF Corey Ankum

Updated 10:30PM

The wake and visitation for Chicago Firefighter Corey Ankum, the second of two CFD firefighters killed as a result of the building collapse at 1744 E. 75th Street on December 22, 2010, is being held today at the Apostolic Church of God, 6320 S. Dorchester Avenue until 8PM this evening. The Chicago Tribune has a brief story HERE. MyFoxChicago has an article along with video HERE.

Tim Olk documented the wake and visitation this afternoon and has provided a few images with more to follow.

Chicago Fire Department fallen firefighter Corey Ankum

Members of the Chicago Police Department salute as firefighters carry the casket of Chicago FF Corey Ankum into the Apostolic Church of God this afternoon in preparation for the visitation. Tim Olk photo

Chicago Fire Department Firefighters Union Local 2

Chicago Fire Department Lieutenant Thomas Ryan, president of the Chicago Fire Department Firefighters Union Local 2, addresses media questions today outside the Apostolic Church of God on south Dorchester Avenue. Tim Olk photo

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