Outside Agency Participation In LAFD Battalion Chief Gary Clark's Funeral Services

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 |

All outside agencies are welcome: To attend and participate in the funeral services for active Los Angeles Fire Department member Battalion Chief Gary Clark. All agencies who wish to participate are welcome to be part of the funeral procession with apparatus and/or the uniform detail.

The uniform detail will be under the direction of Battalion Chief John Drake. All uniform detail participants will need to be in their Department’s full dress uniform and need to be in the front of the church no later than 0900 hrs. Please see below for location address for the uniform detail

Crenshaw Christian Center - 7901 South Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA

For inclusion in the apparatus procession: All apparatus will staging at the Crenshaw Christian Center no later than 0900 hrs.

Staging: Normandie Ave - Go East on 79th Street then north on Budlong into the parking lot of Crenshaw Christian Center.

For agencies travelling from a long distance: You are welcome to shower and change at Los Angeles Fire Department Station 64, located at: 118 W. 108th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90061.

Fire Station 64 will be open for this accommodation at 0630 hrs.

CONTACT: Battalion Chief Corey Rose at (213) 280- 4089, corey.rose@lacity.org for any additional information or clarifications.

Submitted by Devin Gales, Spokesman
Los Angeles Fire Department


Anonymous said...

It is so sad when a member of the firefighting community passes away but even more saddening when it is such a well respected person as chief clark was.
My heart felt love goes out to all members of the great lafd community and more important to chief clark's family. god bless you all and society owes more than words could ever express for the duty that firefighters perform every shift. I am so sorry for the sudden loss of a true warior in our fire community. GOD BLESS YOU ALL !!!!!!!!.


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