ON BEHALF OF THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE HAGERMAN FIRE DEPARTMENT, I WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCEREST SYMPATHY FOR OUR FALLEN BROTHER PHOENIX FIREFIGHTER BRETT TARVER.
OUR PRAYERS WILL CONTINURE TO GO OUT TO HIS PROUD WIFE AND THREE DAUGHTERS. MAY HIS PRESENCE NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. MAY THE BROTHER FIREFIGHTERS OF THE PHOENIX FIRE DEPARTMENT BE PROUD OF THEIR FALLEN BROTHER BRETT TARVER. OUR PRAYERS WILL CONTINUE.
CHIEF JOSEPH GONNELLY
CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT
HAGERMAN FIRE DEPARTMENT
EAST PATCHOGUE, L.I., NEW YORK
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03-18-2001, 09:21 PM #161CHIEF JOSEPH GONNELLYFirehouse.com Guest
03-18-2001, 09:49 PM #162firstdue56Firehouse.com Guest
My prayers go out to the Tarver family,and the Phoenix Fire Department,and to a fallen brother who I'm sure died doing what he loved to do.God bless him and keep him for he is a true hero.
FireMedic Scott Lamb
Pleasant Prairie Fire & Rescue
Pleasant Prairie WI
03-18-2001, 09:57 PM #163eggertdFirehouse.com Guest
There are no words adequate for a situation like this, only comfort in the support of the firefighting family worldwide. On behalf of the Firefighters and families of the Mt. Penn Fire Co. #1 and the EMT's of Lower Alsace Ambulance, I extend our condolences for the loss of FF/Paramedic Bret Tarver.
Mt. Penn Fire Co. #1
Lower Alsace Ambulance
03-18-2001, 10:21 PM #164Pete BidonFirehouse.com Guest
Members of Local 3572 Nothwest Firefighters, send our deepest sympathies to the family of FF/Cep Bret Tarver and to the Phoenix Fire Department for your tragic loss.
Pete Bidon Trustee
Local 3572 Northwest Firefighters
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03-18-2001, 10:36 PM #165fireguy13Firehouse.com Guest
I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to the family of Firefighter Bret Tarver and to those members of the Phoenix fire Department. We as firefighters all share your pain and are behind you 100%
Scottsdale/Rural metro Fire Department
Fire Support Team
03-18-2001, 10:36 PM #166drhoyt76Firehouse.com Guest
I am very saddened to hear of your loss. My name is Capt Don Hoyt and we lost two members last year from my station at a fire in a McDonald's restaraunt. I understand the feelings of despair and the heartache associated with the loss of a brother firefighter. The pain will lessen someday but the memory of your awful day will never die. We will remember you in our prayers.
Capt Don Hoyt
Houston Fire Dept
Sta 76 A Shift
"In Valor, there is Hope"
03-19-2001, 10:48 PM #167Dan GromerFirehouse.com Guest
Many suffered a great loss on 3/14/01. The citizens of Phoenix, the members of the Phoenix Fire Department, the brother/sisterhood of the I.A.F.F. and most important, the family of Bret Tarver. As I sat and watched the live news broadcast that evening, I was sure that everybody would get out safely. When Chief Kahn delivered the tragic news, my heart sank. Even though I didn't know Bret personally, the feeling of sadness was still just as intense. While attending Bret's funeral today I wittnessed something truly amazing. The unconditional support offered to the Tarver family from the Phoenix Fire Department, Local #493, and fire departments state wide was a testiment to the comraderie that has held true for centuries. To the Tarver family, our prayers are with you. Cherish the memories you share with Bret and know that he has and will continue to impact the lives of many. God Bless. Engineer Dan Gromer, Surprise Fire Dept. Surprise, Az.
03-21-2001, 12:50 AM #168J. BeattyFirehouse.com Guest
I was one of the firefighters who attended Firefighter Tarver's memorial service representing Drexel Heights Fire District in Tucson, AZ. I just wanted to offer my deepest condolences to the family and friends, especially those of E-14. I think it is also important to give a tremendous thanks to the civilians of the Phoenix area for showing their support for their lost hero. Seeing all of those people, especially the children, holding signs of sorrow, thanks, and prayer was really heart-warming and brought many tears to my eyes. The loss of Firefighter/Paramedic Bret Tarver is truly a great one. Gods speed Bret as you make your final journey. May you rest in peace and watch over your family and friends.
Drexel Heights Fire District
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