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Robert 'Bob' Cooper
Sharptown Fire Dept.
9/30/2013


Norman 'Buddy' Betts
Millsboro Fire Company
5/28/2013


Robert 'Ducky' Detweiler
Federalsburg Volunteer Fire Company
3/13/2013


David A. Mammi
Hebron Vol. Fire Dept
2/26/2013


Kenneth H. Walton III
East New Market Fire Department
2/20/2013


William Coleman
Chestertown VFC
11/13/2012


David Walston
Retired Assistant Chief
Salisbury FD
7/2/2012


Samuel E. Timmons
Millsboro Fire Company
04/30/2012


Wallace Glenn Catlin
Mardela Fire Department
11/12/2011


Gregory Alan Hamilton
Queen Anne-Hillsboro VFC
4/12/2011


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Franklin Legg
Chestertown Fire Department
3/14/2008 - Franklin Legg of the Chestertown Vol Fire Co died at his home on March 14,2008...Frankie as he was called joined the fire co in 1943 at the age of 16..An active life member, he had served as chief and chief engineer for several years. In 2007 he was presented the governorís citation for 53 years of fire service and was the Chestertown Vol Fire Co .,nominee for the Maryland State Firemanís Association Marbery F.Gates Service Cup Award. He also was a charter member and originator of the Kent & Queen Anneís Rescue Squad in Chestertown and a member of the Maryland Fire Chiefs Association.
Although Chief Legg was old school, his wisdom, experience, and expertise has helped the young firefighters today to learn from someone who has seen it all and could still tell the tales...


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