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Thanks to the Capital Area Fools for the $5,000 donation to the NCFFF. They are a huge supporter of the Foundation and we cannot thank them enough for the support!
Thanks to the Brothers of Inferno, NC, for the donation of $1,900 to the NCFFF. Thanks for the support.
Thanks to Vann Crossroads for their continuous support of the NCFFF. They have supported the Foundation since 2000.
President Ed Brinson presented a wall relief to Dale Ellis and the Woodmen of the World for ten years of support. They have supported the Foundation for ten years by supplying US Flags for funerals and our Annual Memorial Service.
Join us for the 3rd annual NCFFF RED HELMET RIDE. We’ll rally together at the Old Kmart Location in Garner and ride to the memorial site. We will meet and be escorted by Wake Co. Sherriff’s Office and a Fire Truck to the beginning of the parade route. All riders are welcome active service personnel, retired, or even riders who are not affiliated with the fire service. No fees for riding and honoring these fallen heroes.
For more information please contact Paul Tidwell all information is posted to the right of this flyer. Look forward to seeing you with us for this years RED HELMET RIDE!!!!!
Meeting Location: Garner Kmart, 4300 Fayetteville, Road Raleigh NC, 27603
Line Up: 0900 – 1000
Kick Stands Up and Rolling: 1030
You are encouraged to stay for the Memorial Service it will begin at 1300.
CONTACT INFORMATION: Paul Tidwell / Ride, Organizer, email@example.com 919-418-4530
The NCFFF would like to invite everyone to the 10th Annual Memorial Service on May 2, 2015 at 1:00 pm. We will be honoring eight firefighters this year. More details can be found at www.ncfff.org
Ralph Wynne Pactolus VFD 7/31/1999
Donald Ray Miller Glendale Springs VFD 2/4/2014
John Derek Gupton Justice Rural VFD 9/16/2014
Steven Brad McCoy Nantahala FD 11/21/2014
Ricky Wooten Doub Forbush VFD 12/16/2014
Halbert Campbell NC Forest Service 11/17/1973
James Halliburton NC Forest Service 8/13/2014
Thomas Gerald Lee Four Oaks FD 2/1/2014
Zane Schondelmayer, son of LODD Jon Schondelmayer, recently informed the foundation of an special project he did.
For his senior high school class project, Zane conducted research on hearth disease and the fire service.
He said he did this as a tribute for his father, Jon Schondelmayer, who died last December.
The purpose of the project was to raise awareness of heart disease issues and raise funds for the NCFFF.
Zane presented the foundation with $315.00 recently.