Delaware County LODD Memorial

Wills for Heroes Event

Friday, September 22, 2017   This years offering of the Wills for Heroes event hosted by the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial Committee will be October 7th 2017 at the Springfield Fire Company, 217 Saxer Ave Springfield, PA 19064.  

Appointments start at 11:00am through the afternoon, sessions take about an hour and are open to all active Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement Personnel, Military Veterans and each of their significant others.  

It's very important for you and your loved ones, for you to have a Will, Living Will, Medical and Financial Power of Attorney!  It's easier than you think and doesn't take as long as you think.  Sign up for an appointment at www.PABAR.org/WFH/  and use password SFC.

Let us know if you have any questions or  problems signing up.

   


 

THANK YOU!

Friday, September 15, 2017  Thank you to all who attended the Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial Golf Outing and made it a Great day!

Special Thanks to...

Mark Sherwood and Pat Galloway - Click on link below to see Photos

http://www.mfsphotos.com/Journalism/2017-Journalism/DELCO-Memorial-Committee-Golf/

Robert Sharpe - "Rememberitinglass" - Plaques  


All of our Sponsors, Donors, Contributors and Golfers!



Springfield Country Club for hosting us!


Joe O'Leary for organizing the event!


     



 

San Antonio Fire Department Line of Duty Death

Friday, May 19, 2017  Thoughts and Prayers to the San Antonio Fire Department and the Family of Firefighter Scott Deem, who lost his life while at a Four Alarm Building Fire last evening .

Rest In Peace.



   


 

Delaware State Police Line of Duty Death

Thursday, April 27, 2017   Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the Delaware State Police and the Family of Cpl. Stephen Ballard who was killed yesterday in the Line of Duty.

   


 

Memorial Spring Clothing Store is Open

Saturday, April 1, 2017  Exciting news! The spring and summer clothing store we mentioned last week is now open, but it's only open till April 30th!!

That's right, we have been able to work with the great folks at AMPRO in Primos and we are ready to open up our store with a hand selected group of spring and summer gear with the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial logo on them.

All you need to do is go to this link: http://store.amprosports.com/DelCtyFallen pick and place your order!

The store will only be open until April 30th! Once the store closes on 4/30/17, AMPRO will process the orders and ship all of the clothing directly to you. The orders will be shipped directly to the address you select.

We couldn't do this without the help of Craig at AMPRO! We are able to offer some quality items at great prices with the best part being, that you will be supporting the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial!!

Remember the site will close on April 30th 2017!
The link again is: http://store.amprosports.com/DelCtyFallen
This time is all warm weather clothing, we will reopen the store in the late summer with a selection of Fall and Winter gear!

Thank you again for your continued support of the Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial!!

 

Delaware County Fallen Firefighter & EMS Memorial Committee 

Richard J. Heffernan Jr., President





     



 

FDNY Line of Duty Death

Thursday, March 16, 2017   Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to the FDNY and the Family of FDNY EMT Yadira Arroyo, who lost her life while responding to a medical call in the Bronx on March 16, 2017.    
Rest In Peace!


   


 

Harrisburg Bureau of Fire Line of Duty Death

Saturday, March 11, 2017   Thoughts and Prayers are with the Harrisburg Bureau of Fire and the Family of Lieutenant Dennis DeVoe who lost his life yesterday while responding to a house fire in the City of Harrisburg. Rest In Peace Lt.

   


 

DELCO FALLEN FIREFIGHTER & EMS MEMORIAL 2017 BRICK SALE!

Tuesday, February 21, 2017  The Firefighters and Emergency (EMS) Responders of
Delaware County are committed to honor the memories
of all Firefighters and EMS personnel who have made
the supreme sacrifice.

Our goal is to continually strive for excellence and seek to improve all Delaware County Firefighters and EMS personnel through innovation, education, team work and communication, while
making Delaware County a safer place to live.

The Delaware County Firefighters and EMS Memorial, located in Upper Providence Township, PA at Rose Tree Park was created as a tribute of inspiration, reflection, and acknowledgement of all those fallen heroes who died in the line of duty.

In early 2000, several members of the Firefighter and EMS
community throughout Delaware County came together and
pioneered a concept to support the families of those lost or gravely
injured while in service to the people of Delaware County either as
a career or volunteer firefighter/EMS individual.

The committee also sought to provide a place of respectful remembrance, in honor of those lost in the line of duty, and support those same fire companies and EMS organizations during a time of tragic need.

In October 2008, a dedicated area in Rose Tree Park was made possible in tribute to those Firefighters & EMS who have fallen in the line of duty.

The Delaware County Fallen Firefighters & EMS Memorial invite you once again to be a part of a special limited commemorative opportunity. A distinctive & permanent location at the memorial will be dedicated to incorporate your donated bricks.

You are invited to purchase a 4”x 8” brick for $50 in memory of a Firefighter, a loved one, veteran or for any special occasion.
Your contribution will be an everlasting tribute
to the community; those killed in the line of duty,
and all volunteer and career Firefighters and EMS
individuals. This is a limited offering and possibly
the last one, so reserve your brick now.
To order your brick today, go to: https://www.bricksrus.com/order/dcff
4x8 Brick = $50


   


 

Pennsylvania State Police Line of Duty Death

Friday, December 30, 2016    Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the Pennsylvania State Police and the Family of Trooper Landon E. Weaver. Rest in Peace!

   


 

Wilmington Fire Department Line of Duty Death

Friday, December 2, 2016   Our thoughts and prayers go out to the City of Wilmington Fire Department and the Family of Senior Firefighter Ardy Hope who died yesterday from injuries sustained in that September 24th Wilmington house fire.
 Rest In Peace.

   


 
 
 

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