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Honoring Portland Firefighters LOST IN THE LINE OF DUTY: Captain Gregory A. Warner

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HONORING
PORTLAND FIREFIGHTERS

Lost in the Line of Duty
 

 

 

December 30, 1946

Gregory A. Warner

Gregory Warner was the Captain of Station 6 at 2401 NW 23rd Avenue.  Hired on May 9, 1924, the 48 year old Warner had served 22 years when, after responding to a fire on December 23, 1946, he suffered a heart attack at the fire station upon his return. 

He was hospitalized but passed away on December 30th. 

His career included two years in the fire marshal’s office as a fire inspector.  His cause of death was described as a coronary occlusion.

He was survived by his wife.  

Portland Fire & Rescue honors and remembers 

Captain Gregory Warner's service.

   Portland Fire & Rescue 

   We Respond: Always Ready, Always There

   January 3, 2011

 

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