Thread: Thomas P. Dugan

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    Default Thomas P. Dugan

    Today while heading to paramedic refresher class I and my Chief noticed that # 21 Engine House of the Toledo Fire and Rescue Department had it's funeral flag out. Tonight while I was at work it was confirmed that Tom Dugan had passed away after a battle with cancer. Tom was in the position of Union President when he retired on 11/20/2003 and was seeking treatment. I met him only a couple of times, and he alway treated me kindly. He was very active in the Local 92 events and supported many good things in his tenure. If you could help me bring support to our mutual aid neighbors during their time of need I would appreciate it. Tom rest in peace, your battle is over, you have touched many lives in your presence, we will carry on.
    Last edited by Weruj1; 03-06-2004 at 01:19 AM.
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    Tom, you fought the good fight. That's a battle that I've seen fought too many times. You've gone up to the Big Engine House and you will be missed. Watch over us and we'll see you down the road, brother. Rest in Peace.

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    Rest in peace Tom, you fought the bravest battle.

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    Rest in Peace Brother
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    The highest respect I can think of bringing to someone is being the best firefighter possible because of all that he or she represented to this service. Best of luck to Tom in "Station North" and to those succeeding him. Rest in peace, brother.
    Of course, that's just my opinion. I could be wrong
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