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Dear Andy, I was saddened to receive the word of Donald L.


carter’s passing today. Don and I were classmates in the February 1960 Rookie class at Drill Tower 89.


Send your letters & comments to the editor at:


editor@lafra.org I best knew Don as a pilot, as I have fl own with


him as “air recon” number of times during brush fi res. I also used him in my prescription burning operations many times over the years when I was the Vegetation Management Coordinator. He could always be counted to hit the mark in these operations. Please accept the enclosed donation to the


Dear John and our LAFrA Family, How can we begin to thank you for all the


love and support you have given our family over this past, diffi cult year? We are so grateful for everything you have done and continue to do for us. Our road would have been much harder and at times impossible to travel without your help. Thank you also for the lovely fl oral spray you sent to mark the anniversary of Glenn’s passing. It reminded us all that we are never alone and help is only a phone call away.


With grateful hearts,


Melanie Allen, Brandon, Rebecca and Nathaniel McPhie North Hills, CA


Dear LAFrA, Thank you all so much for all the help you have


extended to us over the past months. I knew I was in good hands when Doak Smith showed up to help with anything we needed. John was so proud of being an L.A. City Fireman and always told me that they would be there to help – and you were. The memorial for John on the 12th was amazing


and the love we felt from everyone will be with us always. A special thanks to the LAFD chaplain and Jim Dolan, Andy Kuljis, Frank Borden, Doak Smith, Jim Finn and Mike Ketaily. Words cannot convey the feelings of appreciation and love we have for all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to the


memorial. John had to be smiling that morning knowing so many people cared. We will never forget it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.


Sincerely,


Pat Squire Matthew, Becky, Andy, Lynn and Garrett, and Robert Squire Newbury Park, CA


Dear John: I wish to put this in the Widows and Orphans


Fund in the memory of John Squire. To me he represented what most fi refi ghters love in a leader and comrade. He worked for me some years ago and I thought highly of him. Sad day indeed when I saw his name of passing


on. Sincerely,


John Adams Camarillo, CA


to WoDFF Please accept this donation in memory of John


E. Squire and Bruce A. Beal. Two great fi remen from old 27’s. Good times!


Yours truly,


Al Barrios, LAFD retired Moorpark, CA


Dear Sirs: Enclosed please fi nd a check for the


Widows, Orphans and Disabled Firemen’s Fund in memory of John Squire, recently deceased. We feel that this is the best way to honor such a wonderful fi refi ghter and human being.


Sincerely,


Stephen J. Engh Camarillo, CA


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Sincerely,


Bob MacMillan, Batt 14-C, retired Lake Havasu City, AZ


Dear Andy – Sorry it has taken so long to write this note of


thanks for all the work you did in making Bernard Subkoski’s memorial service so wonderful. We have had many compliments on how nice and appropriate everything was. You and the Association deserve a big thank you. I would like the Relief Association to accept


the enclosed as a personal thank you from me and my wife Pat. Barne was a great friend and will be sorely missed.


Sincerely,


Rudy Bolliger Rancho Palos Verdes, CA


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