chief you are and inspiration to us all. i too watched the pride and glory clip in rookie school. i dont think one person in that class room walked out there with out some sort of understanding of what this job really means. thank you chief
Hey Chief, Sorry we missed ya this week in NC hope u had a good weekend. Marnie was mad she had to wrk and that kept her from gettin to up and catchup with you. Mayb next time u get bk up this way we can get together. Stay safe
Thanks for coming all the way up to North Pole over the weekend for the Pride and Ownership. As always it was a class act and great to see you and catch up. Sorry for the softball attire and I wish I could have stayed and listened a lot longer. I will do my best to take you up on coming down to little old Texas next year for the symposium. Hope you have a great time in Myrtle Beach this week.
Oh yeah, Chief, I want you to meet my special little man! His name his Huxbar, ( I bet you know what a huxbar is!! Most of the firefighters around here don't!) he is almost 1 1/2 years old. He is a shih tzu and my little angel! He is also a big fan of yours as you can tell! HA HA!! Love ya brother,
That's wonderful Chief, would love to catch up with you if your schedule permits!! Did you hear Raleigh rolled their tiller this am on the way to a structure fire? Tried to upload the pic. Don't know if it worked. Three injuries, two serious but not life threatening. Keep them on our prayers!! Love ya,
Hey Chief just swinging by to say hello.Thats some great pics. Chief, especially the one for the North East Corner of the new House. Whenever you get bk up to NC give us a yell I'm sure Marnie would like to sit down and have dinner with and catch up. Take Care.
I love looking at all your pictures....It was wonderful to see you in Indy....so glad to be here....I hope all is well out there...keep those "Cowboys" safe, looks like they need it. :) Big hello to the Lasky Girls...let me know when your heading to FLA!!
Thanks for taking the time to talk to the young folks from EKU and UNCC that volunteer their time to help make FDIC happen. Your talk, in their room, was funny, inspiring and needed. I myself, volunteer to help every year. I am a Lieutenant from Lexington KY and when I volunteer, I see the new generation and in these kids, it makes me smile. Just wanted to say thank you, alot of these kids look up to you. I myself am glad to call you "brother". Thanks again.
Engine Co. # 2
HazMat Special Operations
Lexington Fire Dept.
Lexington KY 40505
I will be in the Dallas area from June 14th thru the 20th taking part in the Dallas Lieutenant's Assessment, hope I can come by and check out Lewisville's department
Hey it's warming up here...looking forward to seeing you this summer. Sorry we won't have much time. You will just have to be a little more flex in you schedule when you come the next time...LOL Did I tell you I was venturing into the bagpipes...scary stuff for the unsuspecting ears around me Ha hah!
Chief thanks for the friend add. It was a great honor to hear you speak !!! Great class and very motivational. The book rocks; I could not put it down!! Thanks for signing it. Your class and book apply to both Fire and Police work. I have handed the book off to a fellow Guns and Hoses Brother who loves it. Would love to pick you brain on Truck Op's, Highrise and personalizing rigs. (Red with Red lights of course lololol)
I would like to tell you thank you from my brothers and sisters from this past weekend seminar! You made me look at myself and realize some faults that I will correct! I don't want to blow smoke up your a**, but I hope that I can spread the message that you and I so proudly represent! You definetly are needed more than ever in the fire service and I will do what it takes to bring the tradition back! You definetly derserve all the speaking trumpets that you have on your collar!! Thanks Again!!!
P.S. History Quiz- Check out my pictures and see if you can tell me what the weird looking board is that I posted! (It's an easy One)
Engine Company 81
Hardeeville Fire Department
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