State of Connecticut
Commission on Fire Prevention and Control
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Stamford (CT) Fire Fighters Local 786 regrets to announce the passing of
Fire Fighter William T. Miller who passed away on Wednesday evening (9/19)
as a result of injuries sustained as a Fire Fighter with the City of
Stamford Fire and Rescue Department. Brother Miller was diagnosed with
Hepatitis C, which was contracted as a result of his duties as a Fire
Fighter/EMT. His most recent battle has been with Cancer of the Liver and
lungs, which has been attributed to long-term exposure to Hepatitis C.
Fire Fighter Miller leaves a wife (Mary) and 2 children (Lisa and Tommy).
Funeral Arrangements: FULL DEPARTMENTAL HONORS
Viewing on Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 11 AM at the Union Baptist Church,
817 Newfield Ave. Stamford. Funeral Services will follow at noon. Burial
to follow at Oaklawn Cemetery, Oaklawn Ave in Stamford.
Directions: I-95 North to Exit 8, straight to Elm St. (3rd) light. Left on
Elm St. follow straight this becomes Grove St., this becomes Strawberry Hill
Ave., which becomes Newfield Ave. Church is on the right hand side apx. 2
I-95 South to Exit 8, right at bottom of ramp onto Elm St. Follow Elm
straight and follow above directions.
Merritt Pkwy (Northbound) to Exit 35 High Ridge Rd., right at bottom of the
ramp and go 4 lights there will be a Shell Gas station on your left, this is
Vine Rd. Go Left and follow the road until it ends at Newfield Ave. Go
right on Newfield Ave, Church is on the left hand side a few hundred yards
Merritt (South) to Exit 35 make a right at the bottom of the ramp, go 5
traffic lights and follow directions above.
Questions may be directed to (203) 327-6863 or (203) 977-4763
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Thread: Stamford, CT LODD
09-22-2001, 11:08 AM #1
Stamford, CT LODDIACOJ Agitator
Fightin' Da Man Since '78!
09-22-2001, 01:30 PM #2
This sure caught my eye. I read an article about this firefighter in the local paper last month, which said he was doing better, I guess he went downhill.
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