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    Post St. Charles FF Brad Pierce death notice

    Dear Readers:

    Chief Schaper insisted that the word get out to everyone about St. Charles City Firefighter Brad Pierce who died on Sunday morning at Engine House 2, while performing an exercising work out routine. Thanks to St. Charles Dispatcher Michael Cooper (STL829) for securing the details for us.

    The wake for Firefighter Pierce will be on Wednesday, August 9 from 2 to 9 pm. He will lay in state at Baue Funeral Home, 620 Jefferson Street, St. Charles, MO.

    Funeral procession is Thursday August 10 at 10 am with the processional line up on Jefferson Street. Procession will pass Station 1 to St. Charles High School, then to St. Charles Memorial Gardens.

    A trust fund has been set up. Firefighter Pierce leaves behind a wife, a child plus one on the way. Here is the info on it:

    Bradley Pierce Memorial Trust Fund
    Centennial Bank
    1101 First Capitol Drive
    St. Charles, MO 63301
    (636) 949-7800

    Other cards/notes of sympathy can be sent to Chief Schaper at this address:
    Chief Frank Schaper
    St. Charles City Fire Dept
    200 N. Second Street
    St. Charles, MO 63301


    Thank you.

    Jon T. Chrzanowski
    Secretary, Box 8 Club of St. Louis, Inc
    Thanks to Michael Cooper for the information he provided
    Box 8 Club/St. Louis FireNet.

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    once again we must bid farewell to anather fallen warrior. on behalf of the madison jefferson div. of fire, gallia co. ems and rescue and meigs co. ems our prayers, hearts and tears go out to this young mans family and his brother and sisters of the cross.

    SEE YA' A'' @ THE BIG ONE!!!!!

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    The members of the South Windham F.D. send there deepest heart felt respects to both Brads families. The Chief upstairs must have a FF.s Challenge planned.
    GOD bless and hold in your arms our fallen HEROs!!!
    Jim Preston, FF/NREMT-B

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    The members of the Desoto City Fire and rescue would like to say our respects to the family and the St Charles fire dept may god keep you all close.

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