A firefighter gives their all everyday,
Make many sacrifices along the way.
Each time they respond to an emergency call,
Theres always a chance they may fall.
On Tuesday evening when the call came in,
Joey jumped on the truck as he did time and time again.
I’m sure he was thinking about what he could do,
How to help someone be it me or you.
He answered the call to save someone from harm,
And no one knew it would be his last alarm.
We will miss you Scrappy in our hearts you remain,
Gone but not forgotten until we meet again.
You did your job well always gave your best,
And now your in God’s arms may you find peace and rest.
May God Bless You
Holiday Park Fire Department
Paul Schwan 1921-1968
Robert A. Kirchner Sr. 1942-1984
Frank A. Ley 1897-1989
Kydia G Kern 1929-1993
William D. Kern 1920-1997
Gertrude M. Regan 1924-2003
Donnie J. Tuttle Jr. 1964-2004
Earl Gage 1919-2009
Patricia Evans 1947-2010
Bernard F. Rixner 1933-1982
Floyd A. Schaeffer 1926-1987
John Waugaman 1929-1989
John F. Rackey 1946-1997
Margaret C. Wachter 1939-2000
Charles A. Trathowen Jr. 1937-2003
Mary Lou Waugaman 1928-2005
Edgar Murdy 1927-2010