The Mt. Healthy Fire Dept. would like to express our condolences, to the families and friends of all our fallen brothers and sisters from The New York City Fire & Police Dept. We commend your courage, your bravery, and your dedication to your community. We would also like to extend our sympathy to every family and friend that lost a loved one in this National Tragedy. You will be in our every prayer.
May God be with you
Mt. Healthy Fire & Rescue http://home.fuse.net/mhfd
Our prayers go out to all the families who have lost a loved one, or who are still searching. We must find comfort knowing that the Angels were waiting with open arms as they welcomed our bravest home. May God bless all those still there searching.
North Shenango Vol. Fire Department
[ 09-14-2001: Message edited by: mikeR1 ]
The last condolence that I posted was for the fallen F.D.N.Y. firefighters who lost their lives this past June. I can not tell you how much it hurts inside that I am once again writing a condolence for the same department. My fallen brothers have perished as HEROES, a title that does not say enough. America will pull together, rebuild, and move on, butwe will never forget our fallen brothers.
Dear Lord, I pray to you right now asking that you guide and protect the emergency workers both in New York and Washington, D.C. Put your arms around them and embrace them with your love. Comfort both the families and workers in this time of need. I ask all of this in the lovely name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. AMEN!
[ 09-16-2001: Message edited by: Jonathan Brown ]
Words cannot express the sadness and loss every one of us feels.The Brotherhood will live on.Each of us now carries a piece of our fallen brothers with us. God bless all firefighters....God bless the U.S.A LAKE JOHANNA FIRE DEPT....STATION #3
I, like many of our Brothers and Sisters, do not have words strong enough to express the sorrow and loss that I feel. We have overcome adversities in the past, and we WILL overcome this...
My most sincere condolences to all those FDNY and NYPD families who have lost loved-ones.
It could have happened anywhere. It could have been anyone of us first on scene.
Those who ran up the stairs, knowing the building could collapse but knowing they could save some lives, are the greatest of heros.
ALL WE CAN SAY IS GOD BLESS EVERY FIREFIGHTER WHO HAS MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE. THIS TRULY SENSELESS ACT WILL BE PUNISHED BY THE ULTIMATE AUTHORITY. AFTER ALL, THE LORD SAID " VENGENCE IS MINE"
ALL FIREFIGHTERS IN THE WORLD SHOULD BLACK BAND THEIR BADGES BECAUSE OF THIS GREAT LOSS. NOT ONLY FOR THE FIREFIGHTERS BUT FOR EVERY SINGLE PERSON WHO LOST THEIR LIFE IN THIS GREAT TRAGEDY. WE ARE NO LONGER ACTIVE FIREFIGHTERS BUT WOULD BE AGAIN TODAY IF NEEDED. WE HAVE TO STICK TOGETHER AS BROTHERS AND SISTERS NOW MORE THAN EVER. OUR FAITH IN EACH OTHER AND HUMANITY MUST NOT BE SHAKEN. STAND TALL & PROUD
WE ARE THE FIREFIGHTERS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!!!
GOD BLESS AMERICA
Although not a firefighter, my heart goes out to all the brave men and women who selflessly give of themselves so that others might live. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the firefighters and thier families in this great tragedy.
god bless ..you are not alone ..we all are with you in spirt..even if we can't be there in person..be safe..
To all of our BROTHERS in NewYork.
I am writing this on behalf of the great firemen of Station #6 in Macon,Ga. We just wanted to let you that our thoughts an prayers are with each and every Firefighter at the scene.We know the job which you do, for we do the same job is why it touches our hearts to see the pain of your loss.The LORD above has a long hard job ahead of him,for He now has many Heroic Firefighters that are Angels,whose great sprit is with each of you to protect and keep you safe.God bless you and our GREAT Country.
He ain't heavy, He's my BROTHER
The road is long with many a winding turn,that leads us to who knows where..who knows where.But I'm strong,strong enough to carry on.He ain't heavy,He's my BROTHER.So on we go, his wealfare is my concern,no better is he to bare,we'll get there.For I know he would not encumber me,He ain't heavy,He's my BROTHER.If I'm leaning at all I'm leaning with saddness that everyone's heart isn't filled with the gladness or love for one another.It's a long,long road from which there is no return,while we are on the way to there,why not share.And the load doesn't weigh me down at all.He ain't,He's my BROTHER.
[ 09-14-2001: Message edited by: Chris Snider ]
[ 09-14-2001: Message edited by: Chris Snider ]
Words can not express the sorrow that is felt by everyone. I have been praying for everyone involved in this disater.
Words cannot express the ache in our hearts. Please know that with every footstep you are not alone. Thoughts and prayers are with you.....and when the load gets too heavy to carry, turn to someone....talk...hug...
..cry....whatever you need to feel connected.
We weren't put on this earth to go it alone. May God Bless and keep each and every one of you safe.
I like many others in the world cannot believe the events that transpired on 9-11-01
I sat at home watching and wondering what was going on and why??? Suddenly I could not believe my eyes as the buildings collapsed.
Reading the recent post one is renewed in God and Faith of our brotherhood. I have read post from South Africa, Germany, Australia, Scottland, and just every corner in the world and here in the USA.
I joined my department years ago and soon learned what it meant to be a firefighter and the tradition which we carry on everyday.
While whoever did this may have inflicted damage they could never damage our spirit our love for each other.
My heart goes out to every family member who hasn't heard from their loved ones and to the men and women of FDNY. Also one cannot forget the policemen who like our fallen brothers gave the ultimate sacrafice on 9-11-01. Our hearts and our prayer will forever be with them and our tradition of family has lost so many but will strengthed much more than ever. May everyone find some sort of peace and remember that united we stand!!!!!!
Words cannot begin to express the feelings for our great loss that we have suffered. Please except my deepest condolences. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers, may God bless you.
I can honestly say this has been one of the hardest weeks of my life. I, along with every emergency service member worldwide have shed many tears this week over our fallen brothers and sisters...
I would like to send my thoughts, prayers, and condolences to all who have lost loved ones and friends in the horrible acts on 9-11.
God's speed to those who answered their last alarm.
We in the Iowa are ready to lend ANY assistance we can at a moment's notice.
Mike Cox, NREMT-P, Iowa Paramedic Specialist
We in Canada stand with our bros and sisters who have suffered such a great injustice. America, keep the faith because in the end justice and good will prevail, God promised us that.
Myself and all the Firefighters and EMS members in our Department feel a great loss for our missing brothers and sisters. We all send our deepest sympathy to their families. As we all know, we are always in danger of not returning to our families, but never in this scope. I sit in shock at the great numbers of missing people. May the lord help us and the families of the missing. Help us with strength and the ability to carry on.
I would like to send my deepest sorrows to all of the FDNY firefighters in their hugh loss. Nothing that I can say will make the pain and grief go away. I would just like to let you all know that you are in my prayers and I hope you all the best, I wish I could help out with the efforts in NY. May GOD bless all of my fellow brothers and their families.
Our hearts go out to all of those who gave their all on 09-11-01. To the members of FDNY, our heartfelt sorrow goes out to you from Minnesota.
My heart and my prayers are with my brother firefighters in NY. God bless you, God bless America. :(