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Dear Relief Assn, My father, William J. Hertan Jr.,


passed away February 9, 2015. He was a supporter and member of the Box 15 Club and was a fire warden for L.A. City Fire in the sixties I believe. I am a firefighter in Smith County, TN and I would like to con- tinue to receive the Firemen’s Grapevine. Please find a check for the Widows, Or- phans and Disabled Firemen’s Fund in my father’s memory.


Sincerely,


Barry J. Hertan Rock City/Rome Fire Lebanon, TN


LA Firemen’s Relief. Please accept this memorial dona-


tion to remember Robert Bruce Morrison. Although I never met Bob, I am honored to share a glimpse of his life through his son, Craig Morrison. I imagine the apple does not fall far from the tree. Craig is truly a man of high moral character, kindness and generosity. Without a doubt he learned many of these things from the remarkable man who was his father.


Sincerely,


Gordon and Nancy Kimball Santa Paula, CA


Dear Andy – Mary and I have a special place in our hearts for Eldon Lobdell. As you know, you and I worked with Eldon at old 66’s in the early 80’s. What a great man and leader! Toni (Eldon’s deceased wife) and Eldon joined Mary and I on srval golf trips to New Zealand, Scotland and water ski ad- ventures. They both shall be missed.


God bless,


Mary and Gary Klasse San Clemente, CA


Create an estate plan Ask for a “Getting Started Kit” Email MCasillas@lafra.org or call (323) 259-5217 Marlene Casillas, Relief Association Development & Marketing Director


March 2016 • 45


If I handwrite a will, isn’t that good enough?


Anyone can write out a will, but… > it is subject to probate court's validation


> if assets exceed $150,000 your beneficiaries face greater financial fees and penalties


> if NOT done properly, the will may be deemed invalid


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