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|Kenneth Armour||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Lothar Cogar||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Katherine Hughes||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Perry Hunsaker||Quincy Fire Department||1895|
|Hugh Murray||Chicago Fire Department||1919|
|Robert Pleski||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Barney Staggs||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Charles Staggs||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Belle Sullivan-Weiss||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Christopher Watkins||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|
|Dale Whitmarsh||Union Oil Fire Brigade||1984|