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Fallen Tucson firefighter to be honored in Colorado


Fallen Tucson firefighter to be honored in Colorado

Today at 4:48am • No Comments

Tucson Fire Foundation shared Golder Ranch Fire District's photo.

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Chief Randy Karrer Addresses Academy on Day 1: On their first day of their fire academy, candidates were welcomed by Fire Chief Randy Karrer. He spoke to them about character and about Golder Ranch's signature customer service. He also shared a document with them and read it aloud. This is what he read: Fire Departments Need Men and Women of Character: Author Unknown This department needs men and women who cannot be bought, whose word is their bond, who put character above wealth, who possess opinions and a strong will, who are larger than their vocations, who do not hesitate to take risks, who will not lose their individuality in a crowd, who will be as honest in small affairs as in greater, who will make no compromise with wrong, whose ambitions are not confined to their own selfish desires, who will not say they do it "because everybody else does it", who are true to their friends through good and bad, in adversity as well as in prosperity, who do not believe that shrewdness, cunning, and hardheadedness are the best qualities for winning success, who are not ashamed or afraid to stand for the truth when it is unpopular, who can say "no" with emphasis, although all the rest of the world says "yes".

Sep 15th 4:44pm • No Comments

Tucson Fire Foundation shared WellAmerica's status update.


GOOD MORNING! Here is your HEALTHY TIP FOR TODAY,Friday, September 12, 2014.

First responders have physically exhausting jobs while functioning under chaotic schedules. Stress, behavioral concerns and sleep deprivation can be major issues that first responders face every day. Under these conditions, the usual physical activity and lifestyle is not enough to keep fit and healthy. Better choices and pre-planning are critical to stay in the best shape possible. WellAmerica offers stress management, sleep improvement resources and nutritional support for those in need. Please contact them directly for more information by calling 520-795-1098 or emailing Yourhealth@wellamerica.net.

Sep 13th 12:45am • No Comments

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