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4 hours ago
Please be on the look out for Charles “Bud” Jones, pictured below. Jones is 78 year old Glenolden resident who suffers from dementia. Last seen wearing a blue and white button up shirt with blue jeans. Jones left on foot in the area of Scott Avenue and Glenolden Avenue at approximately 1 PM. If seen please dial 911. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Good Morning the Glenolden Fire Company is asking for folks to participate in "Light up the night" to honor our nations fallen Fire Fighters. Simply shine a red light on the night of Oct 5th to show your support for fallen fire fighters around the country. This a a nationwide ask. Please share your photos of your "Light up the night" support with us here on this post. For more information please take a minute and watch this video. As always thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing your photos.
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3 days ago
The Officers and Members of the Glenolden Fire Company wish to extend our sympathy for the lost Captain Michael Bell, a 30 year veteran of the Farmington, Maine Fire Department. He was unfortunately lost in the line of duty this morning in an explosion. Six other firefighters were injured. Rest easy brother. #sacrifice ... See MoreSee Less
RIP brother prayers sent to all
His family and friends are in my thoughts and Prayers. 🙏🙏🙏🙏
So sorry for your loss. RIP
Rest In Peace Fireman Bell and please God comfort his family!
Condolences to his family and his fire department family
Sorry for your loss, prayers to the family
So sorry for your loss. May he Rest In Peace.
RIP UR A LEGEND ROSANNE AN UR FAMILEY BE AT PEACE
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