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It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Thomas Stewart III of Station 51 Gloucester City, Jim Sylvester Chief of Station 45 Mt. Ephraim, & John West Assistant Chief of Station 45 Mt. Ephraim, & CFM 6 with Camden County. All 3 brave men responded with their respective companies to a dwelling fire at Broadway & Mercer St. in Gloucester City, N J on July 4, 2002, with reports of 3 children trapped & believed to be on the 2nd floor of the already raging house. All 3 men passed away while attempting the rescue, along with the children as well. All will be missed by those who knew them.
It is with deep regret tha we announce the passing of Timothy Cooney at the age of 12. He served MAFB as a Junior Lieutenant. She will be missed by those who knew him.
It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Margaret L. Taylor at the age of 87. She was 2900's Great Grandmother & Co Founder of MAFB. She will be missed by those who knew her.
It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Bunny our mascot rabbit. She was first featured in a picture on the siren on the blue moose. She will be missed by those who knew her.
It is with deep regret that we announce the passing ofars Charles T. Keichline, 2301's brother who passed away Thanksgiving Day. He served with the Tacoma, Deptford fire department for approximately 3 years. Verga Fire Company Station 62 for over 20 years. Served as 1st Assistant Chief there, & with us for 3 as 2nd Assistant Chief. He will be missed by those who knew him.
It is in deep regret that we announce the passing of Edwin Stafford. Edwin served with the Gloucester Heights Fire Association Station 54 for over 50 years. I have known him for almost all my life. He will be missed by all who know him.
It is in deep regret that we announce the passing of John Dorgan on May 13, 2012. He was known very well to the antique fire apparatus circiut as the "Siren Man". http://www.sirenman.com/. John served in the fire service for many years. held top titlles in his local SPAAMFAA Chapter. He was a good friend to anyone that owned something that needed lights or siren & could talk you through entire installations & had some fantastic trips he took. His sense of humor was uncanny. He definitely will be missed by all who knew him.
It is in deep regret that we announce the passing of Charles W. Keichline Sunrise:Sunset: November 4, 2013, of Runnemede NJ. Age . Beloved husband of AnnaMary (Deceased) Devoted father of AnneMarie Schemelia the late Charles T. Keichline and Kathy Hansen. Mr. Keichline was a Dredgeman with American Dredge (Now known as Weeks). He was also a member of the Verga Fire Co. Station 62 in the 1950's. Served as A member with us.