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Notified of the Death of a Captain with NHCFR

Update: 10/18/2013 – Travel Arrangements

Captain David Heath Arrangements
Memorial Service in New Hanover County
Saturday October 19, 2013 @ 1300
Port City Community Church
250 Vision Drive Wilmington, NC 28403
All honor guard planning on attending are to contact Captain Kevin Davis, NCFFF (910-358-1497) All apparatus planning on attending should be at the church by 1130. Contact Chief Ronnie Hayes (910-367-2388) if you have question.

After the service Captain Heath will be transported to Concord, NC via Raleigh NC.


Part 1   pdf (Wilmington, NC to Mebane, NC)

Part 2   pdf (Mebane, NC to Concord, NC)


Captain David Heath Arrangements
Memorial Service in Concord, NC
Sunday October 20, 2013 @ 1500
First Assembly
150 Warren C. Coleman
Concord, NC 28025
All Honor Guard and Apparatus attending this are to be at the church by 1330 and are to contact Shane Allred, NCFFF 336-471-2070

A New Hanover County Fire Captain died Monday from an apparent heart attack while participating in a training exercise, according to a county news release.

New Hanover County Fire Rescue Captain David Heath, 48, a ten-year veteran, collapsed shortly after 4 p.m., according to a news release.

“Despite an exhaustive effort by colleagues who immediately performed CPR, applied a defibrillator and instituted advanced life support measures, Heath died,” said county spokesman Charles Smith.

Heath was assigned to the fire department’s Professional Development Division, and worked out of Station 17.

Arrangements will be posted when available.

Source: FireNews.net

20131014_david-heath-1-330x220NEW HANOVER COUNTY FIRE RESCUE, NC **FIREFIGHTER DEATH** We have been notified of the death of a Captain with NHCFR that occurred today at the regional training center. More info will be posted as it is known.
Source: Carolina Fire Page

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