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3: A firefighters Pledge I promise concern for others, A willingness to help all those in need. I promise courage - courage to face and conquer my fears. Courage to share and endure the ordeal of those who need me. I promise strength - strength of heart to bear whatever burdens might be placed upon me. Strength of body to deliver to safety all those placed within my care. I promise the wisdom to lead, the compassion to comfort, and the love to serve unselfishly whenever I am called. Author unknown

6: Station 127, Carson "Home of the Show"


8: The Last Call

9: S | Sunday March 13, 2011

11: "You have to do something in your life that is honorable and not cowardly if you are to live in peace with yourself, and for the firefighter it is fire." ~Larry Brown

12: Home Away From Home March 1997 - March 2011

15: "The brotherhood of Firemen runs deep in all our veins. We love this job with all our hearts and our brothers just the same. Although we have our little fights and disagreements at the station house, when one of us is in need, our brothers are there to help. The brotherhood is strong and true and consumes our very soul. We will be brothers till the end, this vow I do bestow."

16: Follow the dream . . .

17: Dream Fulfilled Palos Verdes Estates Firefighter/Paramedic October, 1979 February, 1982 City of Hawthorne Firefighter/Paramedic Engineer February, 1982 March, 1997 Los Angeles County Firefighter/Engineer March, 1997 March, 2011

19: Open House Celebratory Dinner

20: Hi . . . Welcome To Walmart !!

21: When a man retires and time is no longer a matter of urgent importance, his colleagues generally present him with a watch. ~ R.C. Sherriff

22: Greatest

23: Accomplishments

25: THE FIREMAN'S PRAYER When I am called to duty, God, Wherever flames may rage, Give me the strength to save some life, What ever be its age. Help me to embrace a little child, Before it is too late or some older person from the horror of that fate. Enable me to be alert and hear the weakest shout and quickly and efficiently, To put the fire out. And if according to your will, I have to lose my life, Please bless with your protecting hand, My children and my wife.

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