Emergency Services Personnel Who Died In Line Of Duty To Be Honored The Fire and Emergency Medical Services of Burlington County will conduct its 30th Annual Memorial Service at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at the Emergency Services Training Center, located at 53 Academy Drive, in Westampton. The annual service is a tribute to fire and emergency medical personnel who died in the “Line of Duty.” During the service, individuals who have passed, by other than in the Line of Duty, will also be recognized. The public is invited to attend. For further information, contact the Burlington County Fire Marshal’s Office at 609-702-7158.
FIRE LINE OF DUTY:
Joseph S. Morris, Lenola, Moorestown
Theodore Pennock, Union, Mt. Holly
Edwin W. Redfield, Independence, Palmyra
Harry Forvour, Hainesport
Chester Sutphin, Florence
William Smith, Mitchell, Burlington City
Raymond Lutts, Cinnaminson
Harris Shive, Cinnaminson
Frank Jacoby, Niagara, Burlington
Alfred Brown, Florence
James Q. Mohn, Jr., Westampton
Carmen Cavallero, Hope Steam, Burlington City
Kenneth Applegate, Mission, Bordentown Twp.
Walter Roberts, Moorestown
Lawrence Betty, Independence, Palmyra
John Rose, Eastampton
Clifford W. Brown, Lebanon Lakes, Woodland
Ray R. Rufe, Good Will, Pemberton Borough
Robert J. Ansell, Moorestown
Henry Williams, Delran
Johnson “Jack” Oatman, Eastampton
William Barnes, Country Lakes, Pemberton Twp.
Woodrow “Woody” Pinkerton, Union, Medford
Roy Prouty, Country Lakes, Pemberton Twp.
Edward Marbet, Burlington Twp.
Christopher Hunter, Cinnaminson
Joseph Bichler, Evesham
EMS LINE OF DUTY
Paul S. Barker, Browns Mills Emergency Squad
Howard A. Norcross, Palmyra Ambulance
Robert Taylor, Wrightstown Fire Aid Squad
Dale Odell, Eastampton Emergency Squad
James R. Reilly, Wrightstown Fire Aid Squad