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Loganville Fire Company

Station 63

Since 1924

 

WE WILL MISS YOU CHIEF RODNEY MILLER


FIRE CALLS 2012 2013 2014
January 16 12 30
February 12 14 30
March 16 15 22
April 29 17 29
May 16 16 18
June 17 24
July 19 15
August 15 26
September 12 16
October 17 24
November 19 17
December 21 28
TOTAL 209 224 129


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November 15, 2014
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We grieve the loss of our brother and leader, Chief Rodney Miller. Words simply cannot express the devestation within our fire company. We are still trying to come to grips with the situation.

Rodney joined this organization at only 16, and has led it for the past 12 years. In those 29 years, he spent thousands of volunteer hours on calls, in training and at the station. He was not only an excellent fire chief, but also an incredible husband, son, brother, friend and neighbor. He will be deeply missed throughout this community and beyond.

His death is a heartbreaking reminder of the dangers faced every day by firefighters throughout this country and around the world. Chief Miller is the 25th firefighter to die in the United States this year in the line of duty. One is too many.

And while today is certainly one one great saddness, it is also an opportunity to celebrate - to celebrate a selfless public servant whose dedication to the helping save the lives of others cost him his own. It is the ultimate sacrifice and will not be forgetten.

Today is also an opportunity to celebrate this community. The fire company has been absolutely overwhelmed by the tremendous outpouring of support and want to extend our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has reached out to us. We consinder it a true testemant to the impact Chief Miller had on so many people within this area. It is truly a feeling of family. We apologize to those who offered support that we were unable to accept, particularly those who wanted to participate in the processional but were unable.

Going forward, we ask the community to continue to keep Rodney, his fanily and our organization in their prayers. While we are deeply shaken by this tragedy, we know that Rodney would tell us to pick up our heads and forge ahead. We will try to do so, but he will always be in our hearts.

 

Volunteer Fire Company

16 Mill St.

Loganville, PA 17342-0141

Phone: (717) 428-3668

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