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Daytona Beach Fire Brother John F. Capers
With heavy hearts we share that our dear Brother retired Daytona Beach Fire Lt. John F. Capers unexpectedly passed away.  Please visit the GoFundMe page: https://www.gofundme.com/2n974ys A message from the Capers Family: Recently, John F. Capers Jr. unexpectedly lost his life. Our family is seeking assistance for a crucial component of his post-mortem care. Read More...
Fundraiser Detective Fouts and Family
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Retired POFR FFPM Needs helps from his brothers and sisters
.Good Morning, I am writing to in behalf of my husband Thomas Robertson. He was a long time member of POFR and is retired. I started a GoFundMe account to attempt to relieve so of the anxiety Tom is going through as he is no longer able to work due to his medical issues. If you could please share this information, I would appreciate it greatly. The website for Tom is https://www.gofundme.com/6p6dfbv8 I have never asked for help in my life but here it goes as the medical bills keep climbing. My husband Tom has been fighting cardiac issues since he was a young child having been born with a defective aortic valve. Even with his condition, he pursued a career as a firefighter paramedic. He began his career in Jackonsville Florida with the majority of his years in the fire service, serving the City of Port Orange Florida as a FFPM. When Tom was unable to perform his duties as a firefighter second to restrictions relating to the blood thinners he has to receive, he continued to work as a paramedic with Marion County Fire Rescue,Levy County and others. Tom finished his career as a paramedic working behind a desk. He was heartbroken when he no longer could work as they say "on the truck". During his career, he underwent an aortic valve replacement and less than 12 weeks later was back working full duty on the department working fires and saving lives; whatever the call entailed Tom gave it his all and then some. Five years ago, Tom developed a life threatening aneurysm on his aorta. He underwent yet another open heart surgery to repair the aneurysm. After 6 weeks he was back working as a paramedic. Tom has always loved helping others and now he needs your help. Earlier this year Tom was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy and an ejection fraction of less than 25%. His heart is tired ... With this comes build up of excessive fluid in the body making it hard to breathe he can't even put his shoes on without it seeming like he has ran a marathon. Medications and treatment plans are not working but Tom continues to work full time as he is a proud man. He was denied disability. He has had to resign from his position due to mutiple comorbidities. With the assist of an attorney, we are filing for disability again in hopes that he will be approved. Tom is worried about how we will survive during the process ..... So here I am humbly asking for help during his journey.Tom was always proud of how strong he was mentally and physically. He served the community proudly Please help me help him. Thank you and God Bless Sincerely Kim Robertson Read More...
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Dedication Fire Station 71: Driver Engineer Craig J. Morrisey
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Chili Cook Off !!!!
1ST ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF DATE OF EVENT: March 2, 2014 LOCATION: Roadside Tavern 3400 S. Nova Road TIME: 1-6PM COST: $15/person to sample 30 different chilis What will be happening at the event? There will be 30 different types of chili to sample Live band will be Stickshift Cadillac.  Contests and Games. Read More...
Last Alarm Announcement
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Visitation and Service Schedule
Brother Craig Morrisey Visitation: Friday, October 25, 2013 from 6-8pm at Volusia Memorial Funeral Home at 4815 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange.  Services: Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 2pm at Covenant United Methodist Church at 3701 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Port Orange. Read More...
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