Lee Roy Horton

Died when vehicle exploded when he entered it after shift.  The investigation revealed that when the victim had attempted to leave the fire station upon completion of his tour of duty, a bomb installed in his 1950 Ford pickup detonated, killing the victim, damaging his pickup truck, and the fire station.  As a result of an intensive and lengthy investigation, his wife was charged and convicted of conspiracy to commit murder.

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Herbert D Garmon

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Marvin L Honeycutt

Chief Hood was electrocuted when an electrical power line cable fell at a car accident. Ferrel was also a Career FF with the City Of Fayetteville.

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Randy N Jones

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William L Neely

On Sunday, November 15, 1936, the Statesville Fire Department answered four fire calls because of roof fires. Unfortunately, one of the blazes contributed to the death of the department’s chief. On that day, Chief William Lloyd Neely was at his home when an alarm was turned in. The fifty-two-year-old chief joined his firefighters at the dwelling of Mr. G. E. French at around 1:35 in the afternoon to fight the roof fire.   › Continue reading

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Gerald H Williams

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