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Saturday, June 30, 2007

Frank Leonard leaves for Bedford


Firefighter Frank Leonard has left the department to work for Bedford County. Frank was hired on September 22, 2003 and proved himself to be a great employee and a brother. Frank was stationed at Station 1 downtown on A-shift for his entire career (I am pretty sure). He is pictured here driving Ladder 7.

Frank will be missed and will be a huge asset to the Bedford County Department of Fire and Rescue which has recently expanded to include 16 more employees.

Frank, remember if you ever need anything we will be right here for you.

Check out how the fire the other day was featured on STATer 911 Blog.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good luck Leonard, hope it works out for you.

Anonymous said...

Another one losted because he didn't want to take the Intermediate class ....

Anonymous said...

Best of luck to you Frank. Don't be a stranger, come see us when you can.

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Anonymous said...

I hate to see Frank leave, but I sure hope he drove that piece of shit hes in away with him as he left.

FireFleitz said...

Sorry guys,

I had to delete a few comments. Not because of what you guys said exactly, but because of something I stated that you all commented about. If you look at the post you will know what I deleted. If you would like to re-comment on Frank leaving please do so. I cannot edit the comments so I had to delete the comments relating to the other matter.

I certainly do not want to mess up anything going on with the other issue. Stay posted for a more official word on what I thought was already a done deal.

Anonymous said...

good luck frank. Your one in million. Pleasure working with you. Good luck and I am praying for you and your family. East

Someone from his past said...

Frank Frank Frank......a Roanoke Fire Fighter....glad to see you did what you loved. Im even happier to see that you are in Bedford now. I ran in to this blog by accident but I am so glad I did. You were always one in a million and, loved helping others. Your life suits you well. Your face has not changed a bit, I do wonder though how did the good ole country Boy I loved fit in with the City Boys. God Bless Firefighters and other Service Men and Women.......It takes special people to do your everyday JOBS! THANK YOU ALL !!!

Someone From His Past said...

Frank ...Frank....Frank....Glad to see that you are doing what you loved. I'm even happier to see that you are now in Bedford. You are one in a million and have always been, you loved helping others....how awesome it is that you do it on a daily basis. It looks like your life is suiting you well. I ran across this BLOG by accident but I'm so glad I did. Hey I do wonder though....How did the good ole Country Boy I Loved fit in with the City Boys????? I hope ya'll were good to him ...if you give him the chance he would've been the best friend you could have ever had. Good Pic, your face has not changed a bit. THANK YOU ALL !! for your service you risk your lives on a daily basis to help others in need ....unselfishly. GOD Bless you all, for your courage and love in your hearts..for the JOB you do...under FIRE!