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Fallen heroes[edit]

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19 City of Binghamton firefighters have lost their lives in the line of duty:

  • Firefighter Gerald F. Mullins, January 8, 1994
  • Chief Donald E. Faughnan, May 1, 1987
  • Firefighter Francis E. Furch, December 31, 1977
  • Captain Donald W. McGeever, September 29, 1975
  • Chief John F. Cox, September 29, 1975
  • Firefighter John C. Russell, September 29, 1975
  • Lieutenant Clyde E. Johns, October 24, 1970
  • Captain Lawrence E. O'Hara, January 13, 1967
  • Training Instructor James M. Sullivan, November 10, 1962
  • Firefighter Jerome P. Ryan, September 3, 1951
  • Firefighter Arnold B. Shepard, February 5, 1951
  • Chief Arthur J. Dillon, March 7,1946
  • Firefighter James W. McCarthy, October 8, 1940
  • Firefighter William S. Kennedy, April 29, 1929
  • Chief Charles VanCleve, January 16, 1929
  • Firefighter William T. Moran, September 17, 1928
  • Firefighter H. Clair Brainard, March 25, 1925
  • Firefighter Joseph E. Muggleton, June 14, 1914
  • Captain Walter Howell, March 5, 1914
  • Firefighter Francis J Haher, September 26, 1898