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Always my hero…forever in my heart– Jeremiah
It was a bitter cold morning when that strange long siren wailed. An odd feel to the air, and it wasn’t just the freeze. On seen occupants were rescued, fire was still growing, then the time stopped. The chaos grew to a Hurry, many brothers ran about. The best of us shot in determined to get you out. The structure took you down, we thought there would be a chance. Bill, Kevin and more struggled with what was at hand. That was a the time for change , called to the place above. Your honor and pride grows on with the little boy you had to leave. You would be proud “Kit’, He didn’t fall far from the tree. You are missed, we Love you. Thank you for how you touched our lives.– John W Moore
Miss you so much, Kit. You were such a brat when you were little, but you grew up to be a wonderful brother and father. The Avon Fire Dept. meant so much to you. The day you gave your life as a fireman, was one of the hardest days for all that Love you. You have a wonderful son, Jeremiah, you can be so proud of him. Watch over him and his family always. Love and miss you, Kit.– KATHY FARR ATEN
Happy birthday dad I love you and miss you. Can’t believe its been 33 years there is not day that goes by I don’t think of you .– Jeremiah Farr
It been 35 years since you made your final call of duty. A lot has changed in these years. You have a grandson that will be 1 years old in 3 day. I wish that you could have had the chance to meet him and hold him. He is wonderful kid I love him to death I know you would have to. I love you Dad and you always be in my heart miss you– Jeremiah Farr