Hello my Brothers.
For some of you who have posted here for a while you may remember TruxtonFD. His name is Jeremy and I sware he has the biggest heart and drive to do this job that I have ever seen and probally will ever see.
You see my friend Jeremy is sick, he has Neurofibromatosis type 1
and Cerebral palsy which causes him to be in constant pain and has alot tumors. But Jeremy has not given up on his dream to be a firefighter. My friend has had a very,very tough life both personally and health wise. I think Jeremy is on of the most commited people in the fireservice.
I think some of the jr.s/explorers here includeing myself should learn a lesson from Jeremy. Life and the pursuit of being a firefighter is going to throw many curve balls at you but do not stray from your path and remember it takes a big heart to do this job.
Jeremy has had alot of curve balls thrown at him but he has gotten right up again and has not lost sight of his dream,though he may not be able to do interior work he is an asset and a valued member to any department he belongs too. I encourage you all to say hi to him and talk to him, his AIM is :weatherman 88 D .
Jeremy my brother I take my helmet off to you.
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06-25-2003, 02:38 AM #1
My friend Jeremy
06-30-2003, 12:39 PM #2
Jeremy, I take my helmet off and salute you. You are a valued brother in the Fire Service. Your determination, spirit, perseverence, and guts in times of hardship make those around you want to be like you and admire you.
You will be in my prayers. Good Luck and God Bless!SAEPE EXPERTUS, SEMPER FIDELIS, FRATRES AETERNI
"Often Tested, Always Faithful, Brothers Forever"
Once a Marine, Always a Marine
I got the best of both worlds- Firefighter and Marine
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