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    doug057
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    Looking for any information on LODD procedures. We are developing a procedure and could use information concerning notification of family through Firefighter funeral etiquette. e-mail at DOUG057@aol.com or mail to: Eastlake Fire Department
    35150 Lakeshore Blvd.
    Eastlake, Ohio 44095
    ATTN: Battalion Chief Cummings

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    EXTRCATOR
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    Greetings,
    I posted a question sometime ago about this issue and funeral protocol. One of the brothers informed me about a group called Federation of Fire Department Chaplains. I contacted them and they have a book that will answere any question about LODD and funeral protocols. TO contact this group use " CHAPDIR1@AOL.COM ".I hope this helps as much as it did for me.
    In Fire safety,
    Victor F. Dane

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    Karl
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    If you are looking for resources on line of duty deaths, funerals, and line of duty death benefits, you should try contacting the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation at firehero@erols.com! They have a resource list concerning line of duty deaths and funerals. Currently, their list does not include addresses for obtaining the resources, but I have been assured that this is in the works. You should also check out the benefits available to the survivors of a member killed in the line of duty. The NFFF has a summary of the benefits available through the federal Public Safety Officer Benefit program. Your state will probably have other benefit programs as well.

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