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Please help a friend during his time of need.

Go Fund Me to assist Robert Burrow purchase a car
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Over the years Robert S Burrow has become an extended member of the family of Cleveland Firefighters  and emergency workers alike. Robert has told more fire stories through his photography than probably any one of us has to share. Aside from his presence at hundreds of fires, he has attended cadet graduations, retirements, fundraisers, award ceremonies and a hosts of other venues. If you can't place him, he's the one behind the camera lense snapping the shutter - frame by frame, memorializing who we are and what we do. In a time where a twist on a story sells better than the truth, Robert paints all of us in a good light. Through his generosity we have shared his stories with our friends and family without ever incurring a cost. He has never asked for compensation. He is not asking now.

Here lately, at fires in the middle of the night, one can't help but recognize the absence of familiar site - Robert Burrow's face buried behind the lense of a camera.

We've all been seeing less of him lately and it's simply because he lacks funding to repair his 2005 Dodge Neon. For months now he has been saving to purchase an alternator and a belt.

At 62 years old and facing yet another layoff, Robert retired from his job as a tow motor operator. He is now 66 and struggles with diabetes. His sole income is a social security check. Given the fact that he has not had a car for months,  it seems apparent that his minimal expenses exceed his nominal income.

There are many worthy causes to contribute to  - so many that are by far more dire than this one. It is for this reason that I hesitate to even ask for funding. I know all of you are already helping others.

It is however, in the generosity firefighters have shown throughout the years in helping their own,  that I am motivated to ask. Let's extend a lending hand to our adopted brother and in doing so,  demonstrate the appreciation he so duly deserves. 

My request is to raise adequate funds to purchase reliable transportation for Robert Burrow so that he may continue to share his hobby with all of us.

 






We came, we saw, we conquered the Terminal Tower!

804 steps, 42 stories in turnout gear with SCBA

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2/25/17

Annual Chili Bowl Classic.

Cleveland's Bravest faced Cleveland's Finest in a head to head battle to see who makes the best chili!

Another successful chili cook off! 

$500 for the Burn unit at MetroHealth

 

The History of the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF)

Unions built the middle class!

 Important video on Cancer Awareness for firefighters

                           




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Congratulations to the following cadet classes:

15th FTA Cadet class, 4/22/85
(32 yrs of service)

23rd  FTA Cadet class, 4/1/97
(20 yrs of service)

27th FTA Cadet class, 4/13/2009
(8 yrs of service)

28th FTA Cadet class, 4/15/2013
(4 yrs of service)

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Right to work-
Bad for the middle class!
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Three essential Pieces of safety equipment that
EVERY FIREFIGHTER MUST have in
working condition, every day!

  1. v
    SCBA- with PASS device

  2. vRadio

  3. vFlashlight


Please PULL to the RIGHT
for emergency LIGHTS & SIRENS!

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IAFF is on YOUTUBE!
.In 2010, NIOSH researchers launched a multi-year study to examine whether fire fighters have a higher risk of cancer and other causes of death due to job exposures.
NIOSH Click here for the link

IAFF Frontline Blog

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History on the CFD:
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(Courtesy of Paul Nelson From the Fire Museum)

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Members needed to join the
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Contact Brother
Dean Murad at
216-798-4005

L93 NIST releases landmark Residential Fire
Study that shows How Crew Sizes and
Arrival Times Influence
Saving Lives and Property

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce
NIST

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Presumptive Disability Law in Ohio

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FIREFIGHTER’S PRAYER

When I am called to duty, God,

wherever flames may rage,

give me strength to save a life,

whatever be its age.

Help me embrace a little child

before it is too late,

or save an older person from

the horror of that fate.

Enable me to be alert,

to hear the weakest shout

and quickly and efficiently

to put the fire out.

I want to fill my calling,

to give the best in me,

to guard my friend and neighbor,

and protect his property.

And if according to Your will

I must answer death’s call,

bless with your protecting hand,

my family one and all.

Cleveland Firefighters, Local 93 proudly Supports our Troops!

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a  Right to Work law will lower wages
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The Right to Work for Less (Click here)

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Statistics from the U.S. Fire Administration

show that Nationwide, the number of residential
fires started from cooking have been
INCREASING since 2007

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