Just as all of us were getting over the loss of Brother Tarver, we lose two more this past weekend. May God bless the families of Firefighters David Mulaney and Frank Whitby. May God heal Mark Hampton, Sr who was injured in the fire. Though we all know this is a dangerous job, these two men sacraficed their lives for others.
They are the true heros.
Firefighter Green Pond Fire & Rescue Service
Vice President District 3 Alabama Firefighters Association
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03-19-2001, 12:59 PM #21GPFRS127Firehouse.com Guest
03-19-2001, 01:35 PM #22macirochFirehouse.com Guest
The Deering Fire & Rescue extends our condolences to the family & friends of our fallen brothers. May they rest in peace.
Deering Fire & Rescue
03-19-2001, 02:28 PM #23Marty MayesFirehouse.com Guest
Friends and fellow brothers, it is with deep regret that we extend our thoughts and prayers to you at this time. As with all deaths we shall remember and share your pain today and always. Our department lost two during a collaspe Feb.15,1999. Please hold on to your faith, from our expierence, your pain will pass and the great memeories remain.
River Oaks,TX. Fire
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03-19-2001, 05:26 PM #24Peter ZambonFirehouse.com Guest
This is becoming a terrible site to visit. You never get use to reading about fallen brothers. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of all three firefighter from the Lisbon fire dept.
03-19-2001, 05:58 PM #25Chris CerciFirehouse.com Guest
On behalf of the City of McKeesport Bureau of Fire and our IAFF Local 10, I would like to express to the families of the fallen firefighters in this terrible tragedy our deepest sympathy. I would also like to express our thoughts and prayers to the brother and sister firefighters of the Sac Osage Fire Protection District. May our fallen brothers David Mulaney and Frank Whitby rest in peace with the angels above.
We also wish firefighter Mark Hampton a speedy and full recovery.
Mckeesport Fire Department
IAFF Local 10
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03-19-2001, 06:06 PM #26HR314Firehouse.com Guest
On behalf of the members of Heuck's Retreat Fire Department,we would like to express our condolences and sympathy to the family, friends and fellow firefighters of our Brothers David Mullaney and Frank Whitby. We will hold you in our prayers through this difficult time. Rest in peace Brothers for you are now with the Almighty!
God's speed Sac-Osage!
Firefighter II/ EMT-B
Heucks Retreat Fire Department
03-19-2001, 07:04 PM #27Humansville_723Firehouse.com Guest
Too Close to Home...
Everyone from Humansville Fire & Rescue Dept., Humansville Missouri extends our heartfelt sympathy to "Our Neighbors" for the terrible loss they have suffered. Though I have never had the priveledge to work with either David Mullaney or Frank Whitby, I do know Mike Mullaney (Not Mark, as stated in the headlines here)and want to personnally extend an "ANYthing we can do...we will". Our prayers and thoughts go out to all of David and Frank's families and friends. Our prayers are with Mark Hampton and his family, wishing him a speedy recovery.
Kevin E. Dybdall
Humansville Fire & Rescue
03-19-2001, 07:25 PM #28SWAFFirehouse.com Guest
For the MO firefighters' families and friends, our thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you and your fallen brothers.
03-19-2001, 07:42 PM #29cinder1125Firehouse.com Guest
We never know. We pray that it never happens to us, or to the ones that we love. But it does. Fallen heros. We love what we do, even to the point of dying for what we love. To us, it is just our job....part of what we are all about. We don't think twice about the dangers. My husband and I are both FF--and our hearts go out to the families--both at home and at work, to all of you dealing with the losses. Our prayers are with all of you tonight. May you find solace in knowing that they have become special angels to watch over the rest of us. May our brother recovering in the hospital recover soon. God Bless.
P J Flory
03-19-2001, 08:22 PM #30GFD 520Firehouse.com Guest
Today the sunrises with a dark cast over it, two of our brothers have answered there last call. They are now in a place where only fire prevention is practiced and lives will never be lost to the animal that we fight every day. We hold our heads high and salute Firefighters David Malaney,Frank Whitby, and their families. They have gone somewhere we will all go to someday. May GOD Bless them and take care of them.
Grinnell Fire Dept
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03-19-2001, 09:50 PM #31mike.heltzelFirehouse.com Guest
My sincere condolences go out to the Sac-Osage Fire Protection District and the Mullaney and Whitby Families.God Bless You.
Rest in peace Dave and Frank....
Eng Co 1
Ansonia Fire Department
03-19-2001, 09:59 PM #32phxff1780Firehouse.com Guest
I am deeply saddened to hear of your loss. It is hard to lose a pair of brother firefighters. We are dealing with the loss of a brother firefighter ourselves in Phoenix. Just remember they died doing what they loved most. God Bless and may they rest in Peace!!!!
03-19-2001, 10:35 PM #33EVFD979Firehouse.com Guest
"We [as a firefighting family] are not joined by the common blood in our veins, but by the common character of our hearts."
May God ease the pain of those left behind.
God bless you, brothers, and we'll see you on the other side.
03-19-2001, 11:21 PM #34firefighter rick gFirehouse.com Guest
our brothers will be deeply missed
my prayes go out to there familys and follow brothers
03-19-2001, 11:41 PM #35Sta22BeaverCoPAFirehouse.com Guest
Our prayers go out to the Mullaney and Whitby families in their loss. When firefighters are lost, the loss spreads around the world and we all feel some of the pain. We will all pray for the quick and complete recovery of FF Hampton.
Chippewa Twp VFD
Beaver Falls, PA
Captain Mark K Wolz
03-19-2001, 11:55 PM #36TO719Firehouse.com Guest
To our neighbors in Oceola we extend our deepest sympathy wich we can not find the words to express,God bless you all and you will be in our hearts and prayers.
Humansville Fire & Rescue
03-19-2001, 11:55 PM #37medic 417Firehouse.com Guest
May our fallen brothers rest in peace. Let their families take sollace in the fact that they were doing the work of the bravest of the brave. They will never be forgotten, nor will their families. Our brothers are gone, it is up to the rest of us to care for the families they left behind. I truly believe that hell is on fire because all firefighters that pass on to the other side go on to heaven!
John Bohl, EMT-CC
East Meadow FD.
East Meadow, NY
03-20-2001, 12:20 AM #38DeaconFiremanFirehouse.com Guest
May God be with the whole Department and the families of the community. Put your trust in Jesus and He will carry you through.
Our Prayers are with you all,
03-20-2001, 12:38 AM #39MikeGarrettFirehouse.com Guest
The Webb City FD, Webb City Mo., wishes to convey their heartfelt condolences to the families of our 2 fallen brothers, as well as the members of the Sac-Osage FD. God speed, our friends. Your spirits live on in all of us.
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03-20-2001, 12:38 AM #40msharp803Firehouse.com Guest
What a tragic loss for the families and co-workers of these brothers. May God be with you all and give you strength during this time of sorrow. They lost their lives in something that could claim any one of us - a deadly flashover. Be careful out there brothers and sisters!
Captain Mike Sharp
Washington Parish Fire
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