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LODD FF/Paramedic Rosecky
Marcia L. Rosecky
Local Number: L2051
Location: Brookfield, WI
It is with deepest regret and sorrow to report the line-of-duty death of Firefighter/Paramedic Marcia L. Rosecky of IAFF Local 2051 - Brookfield, Wisconsin. Sister Rosecky, 41, passed away on Saturday, February 27, 2016 from leukemia.
Paramedic Rosecky requested a scholarship fund for women pursuing a career in firefighting. Donations can be made to Firefighter/Paramedic Marcia Rosecky Scholarship Fund, c/o Professional Firefighters of Wisconsin, 321 East Main Street, Suite 200, Madison, WI 53703. Other expressions of sympathy or condolences for the family or the local can be sent to IAFF Local 2051 at 2100 North Calhoun Road, Brookfield, WI 53051 or emailed to email@example.com.
Firefighter/ Paramedic Marcia Rosecky served the City of Brookfield Fire Department from May 5, 1997 until December 1, 2008 when a duty related cancer put her on duty disability. Marcia was a member of Brookfield Professional Fire Fighters Local 2051, International Association of Fire Fighters, and the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin.
Marcia Rosecky lost her courageous battle with Myeloid Leukemia on February 27, 2016
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Local Number: L0141
Location: Green Bay, WI
It is with deepest regret and sorrow to report the line-of-duty death of Lieutenant Michael Miller of IAFF Local 141 - Green Bay, Wisconsin. Brother Miller, 45, passed away on Saturday, June 20, 2015 from heart complications.
The Visitation will be held on Sunday, June 28, 2015 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and Monday, June 29, 2015 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 3425 Willow Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311, (920) 468-5718. The Funeral Service will follow at 11:00 a.m. also at the Prince of Peace Catholic Church. A block of rooms has been reserved for Sunday, June 28, 2015 at the AmericINN Lodge and Suites, 2628 Manitowoc Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin, (920) 964-0177 under the group name Lt. Miller Funeral.
Expressions of sympathy or condolences for the family or the local can be sent to IAFF Local 141, 1570 Elizabeth Street, Green Bay, WI 54302-2036.
Additionally, a memorial fund has been established. Donations to the "Lt Michael Miller Memorial Fund" will be accepted at any Fox Community Credit Union, or can be mailed to: 2170 S. Ashland Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54304. Memorials can also be sent to Local 141 Charities c/o Lt. Mike "Peanut" Miller, 1570 Elizabeth Street Green Bay WI 54302 or any Fox Communities Credit Union.
Funeral arrangements For Lieutenant Mike "Peanut" Miller have been set are as follows:
Visitation and services will be at Prince of Peace Catholic Church 3425 Willow Rd Green Bay, WI 54311 (located in Bellevue)
Considering the distance of the church, there will not be a walking procession, but there should be plenty of parking.
Reception details following Monday services have not been confirmed yet, but information will be provided when it is received.
A block of rooms have been reserved for Sunday June 28th at the AmericINN Lodge & Suites 2628 Manitowoc Rd Green Bay, WI under the group name Lt. Miller Funeral.
Information on a processional will be listed on our website
On 2-25-2015, Lieutenant Scott Schumacher (Shoe), 41 years of age, passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer. For a number of years, Lt. Schumacher has battled bouts of cancer with ultimately succumbing to his cancer today. Scott began his career with the Kenosha Fire Department on September 1, 1998. He was promoted to Lieutenant February 1, 2010. Throughout Scott's career he was an active union member, serving a number of years on Kenosha Local 414's Executive Board. He leaves behind his wonderful wife and 3 young children. Please keep Scott's family, in your thoughts and prayers. RIP Brother Schumacher.
PFFW Delegation with IAFF General President. Great job Cincinnati IAFF Local 48
Eau Claire firefighters mourn loss of crew member after fight with cancer
Eau Claire (WQOW) - With flags at half-staff, the Eau Claire Fire Department is remembering one of its own.
Waterman, a 16 year veteran of the fire department, lost her battle
with cancer yesterday. To her firefighter brothers and sisters, Denise
was known for her kind and generous spirit.
Described as an artist
by her colleagues, who say her love of animals, especially dogs and
horses, drove her compassion in her career. She spent much of her Eau
Claire career as an engineer and paramedic on Medic 10.
firefighters have been there with her husband and her family throughout
the whole thing so it has been something that has impacted everyone
quite greatly. Now, with the loss of her, that impact is felt even more
deeply," Allyn Bertrang, Deputy Chief with the Eau Claire Fire
A couple of weeks ago we told you about a group
of firefighters who are running in the Eau Claire marathon on Sunday in
full gear to raise money for cancer research. Those firefighters say
they will be running in Denise's honor.
It is with great sadness that the Grand Chute
Fire Department announces the passing of Fire Prevention Specialist
Jesse T. Pickett.
Jesse and his family were involved in motor
vehicle crash while returning from a family gathering in the Wisconsin
Dells area on Sunday December 8, 2013. As a result of injuries
sustained in the crash, Jesse passed away at the scene. His wife and
two daughters were also injured and transported to a Madison area
Jesse began his career
with the Grand Chute Fire Department in February, 2009 as our Fire
Prevention Specialist. Jesse was the department's Public Information
Officer and was instrumental in working with the media. His tremendous
passion for promoting public education in our schools and at many
community events was evident through his dedication and strong
commitment to his firefighting career.
Our department, the
community, and his many friends are at a deep loss with his passing. Our
hearts go out to his wife, children, extended family, and the many
others which are affected as a result of this tragedy.
counselors will be available to meet with firefighters and Town
employees. Funeral arrangements are pending at this time.