Robert Young

Mr. Young died from a gunshot wound received during a riot. Mr. Young was a former city policeman who was volunteering with FD while awaiting induction into the military.

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Walter M. Summerville, III

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Chad Eric Greene

Deputy Chief Chad Eric Greene, age 34, of Union Cross Fire Rescue, died on Wednesday, November 4th after responding to a MVC and completing a shift with Union Cross Fire Rescue.
Greene was found unresponsive at home around noon. After resuscitation efforts failed, he was pronounced at North Carolina Baptist Hospital at 12:30 hours. › Continue reading
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James A Beshears

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Arnold B Bullard

Friday, December 31st, 2010 No Comments

David F Cook

David Cook drowned in the Yadkin River when his boat  capsized while searching for a drowning victim at the Idols Dam.

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William Hobson

Friday, December 31st, 2010 No Comments

G. W. Kimball

Lieutenant G. W. Kimball died as a result of injuries sustained while fighting a residential fire. (Submitted by grandson, Andrew LaRowe)

Friday, December 31st, 2010 No Comments

Jonah D Kiser

On Wednesday night, July 15, 1915, Winston-Salem Fire Company No. 2 went to help put out a small blaze. Upon finding that the fire was located in the tailoring shop of H. Miller in the Paramount Theater Building, the firefighters broke into a storeroom. They found a blazing ironing board with electric iron on it. Thinking that the electric iron was the cause of the conflagration, twenty-two year old fireman Jonah Dee Kiser attempted to cut the iron’s current. However, the firefighter received an electrical shock that knocked him. According to the July 16 edition of the Winston-Salem Journal, the electric shock “knocked him unconscious and caused almost instant death.” › Continue reading

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Thomas W Matthews

Friday, December 31st, 2010 No Comments