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    Default Baltimore City Capt. R-1 LODD

    The death of Captain Donald W. Hubbel, Baltimore City Rescue Co.1 has been determined to be a Line-Of-Duty Death within the guidelines of the Hometown Heroes Act of 2003.

    Capt. Hubbel collapsed and died at home after training on Feb1,2008. just hours before his son's graduation from the Baltimore City Fire Academy.

    Capt Hubbel was 42 years old and leaves behind a wife a 5 children
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    My condolences to the family. How sad......

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    Rest in Peace Captain. Prayers from DCFD Engine 6, Truck 4 house.

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    Details for the LODD funeral are as follows:

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    Schimunek’s Funeral home
    610 West Mac Phail Road
    Bel Air Maryland 21014
    410.893.9301
    Mon & Tues 1400 – 1600 & 1900 – 2100
    http://www.schimunekfuneralhomes.com/belair/index.htm

    Funeral:
    Mountain Christian Church
    1824 Mountain Road
    Joppa Maryland 21085
    Wednesday 1100 hours
    http://www.mountainchristian.org/pag...?page_id=14171

    Members attending the funeral for Captain Hubbel are reminded to assemble on Wednesday at the church at 0930 hours.

    Internment:
    Delaney Valley Memorial Gardens
    Padonia Rd
    Timonium Maryland 21094
    http://www.dulaneyvalley.com/

    Repass to follow services at:
    Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company
    109 South Hickory Avenue
    Bel Air Maryland 21014
    http://www.bavfc.org/

    I would like to thank everyone for their kind words of comfort and support to our crew from post and private messages on this web site and the Baltimore fire officer’s web site.

    For those unable to attend the service please visit our website http://www.bcfdrescueone.com/ to submit and or view photos of Don and how he touched so many is so few years.

    Donations can be made to the “Hubbel Family Trust” as follows
    State Farm
    PO BOX 87
    Randallstown, Maryland 21133
    Attention: Melinda Lathe
    Please make notation: “Hubbel Family Trust Fund” on any donations


    A special thanks to Chief Billy Goldfeder who got the word out nationally for Don through his web site http://firefighterclosecalls.comThe support from those who subscribe to his “Secret List” Firefighters safety E-mails has been emotionally moving.

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