National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Roll of Honor

Age: 42
Year of Death: 1999

James E. Clark III

James E. Clark‚ III‚ 42‚ a career firefighter with Midwest City Fire Department‚ died on August 8‚ 1999‚ from injuries sustained at the scene of a motor vehicle accident. A passenger vehicle struck Clark and he died three days later. A 15-year member of the department‚ he was the first Midwest City firefighter to die in the line of duty.

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  1. My cousin Jim was a great inspiration to me and my quest to become a FF.
    While he got into the service before me, I had started testing many years prior to him.
    His success re-energized my efforts to put my heart and soul into my dream.
    Now on the brink of retiring after 27 years in the Fire Service, I feel especially honored to have had many cherished memories of the years we spent in the same worthy cause.
    While hundreds of miles separated us, the brotherhood was always there!
    Jim will always be a hero to me.
    God Bless and Keep You…
    Assistant Chief David Montgomery
    Superstition Fire & Medical District

    – Dave Montgomery
  2. Well brother it has been 20 years since you left this earth and I have missed you every day. I often have something to do and I would think: Let me ask Jim about it, but I can’t, because you are gone. I still talk to you though. I miss the relationship we were just building back, I miss the inspiration you always offered, I miss you.

    – Debra (Clark)Nett