After 30 years in the Fire Service there are a few things that I have learned that seem to help me through the toughest times. 1. Sometimes your Best Day is also your worst day.. Today these Brothers put their hearts on the table to help bring comfort to a hurting City. While right now this feels likes their worst day in time they will look back and realize it was one of their best days. 2. When times are at their worst that is when we are at our best. These Brothers making themselves available to answer tough questions helped an entire region. 3 As the great Richard Petty once said after losing his Grandson Adam in A tragic racing accident. Never ever put a question mark where God has put an exclamation point. Its all part of a greater plan.
Our Louisville Brothers and Sisters have left St.Louis a little early to try and get ahead of this rain. Thanks again to everyone who leant a hand over the last few days. Our deepest sympathy goes out to all of the families affected by this tragedy. Louisville Fire, your Brothers and Sisters have done you proud. God Speed Ladies!!! “Weep no more”
Louisville, KY Professional Firefighters Local #345 members send our humble and sincere thanks for all you did for our sister firefighter and the other 3 ladies. We owe you all such a huge debt of gratitude. #brotherhood
First responders will be converging on Hazelwood City Council meeting tonight @ 7:00 demanding that the council use the money collected from citizens to keep the community safe! @Fox2Now @ksdknews @KMOV #youpaidforit
The Professional Firefighters of Easten Missouri represents over 2400 firefighters, paramedics and dispatchers from seven counties and nearly 73 departments/ agencies. Our purpose is to enhance community life through safety and charitable causes.
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