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Friday, February 25, 2011

Funeral Arrangement for Hyattsville Deputy Chief Jimmy Hook

Arrangements for Deputy Chief Jimmy Hook, Hyattsville VFD
Dave J Iannone, President, Hyattsville Volunteer Fire Department (HVFD)
Sent:Thursday, February 24, 2011 10:38 PM

The following are the formal arrangements to remember Jimmy Hook,
Deputy Chief of the Hyattsville Volunteer fire Department. As many of
you know, Jimmy passed away suddenly and unexpectedly after falling ill 
during a medical treatment.

A Fire Department Memorial Service will be held Tuesday, March 1st at
7:00 pm at the Bunker Hill Fire/EMS Station, located at 38th Avenue and
Rhode Island Avenue in Brentwood, Maryland. The approximately 60-90
minute memorial service will be followed by a remembrance reception at
the same facility.

Fire Department personnel are encouraged to wear Class A Uniforms if available or
traditional business dress attire. There is going to be very limited
parking for apparatus other than on-duty local departments during the
service. We strongly encourage attendees from stations to car pool if
possible.

In lieu of flowers, a scholarship fund for Jimmy's 11-year-old son
Tommy will be established by the HVFD in the coming days and we will
post that information online and via email when available. Any flowers
that are sent should be delivered Tuesday ONLY to the Bunker Hill Fire
Station Reception Hall, 3716 Rhode Island Avenue, Brentwood, MD
20722-1434.

Other than the public memorial service Tuesday, the family has asked
that departments otherwise respect their privacy during this trying
time.

The officers and members of the Hyattsville Volunteer Fire Department
would like to extend our thanks to the many local and area
departments, organizations and individuals who have lent their support
and offers of support over the last two days.

Additional information on Jimmy's long history with the Hyattsville
VFD, Berwyn Heights VFD and Prince George's County Communications can
be found at http://www.hvfd.com or http://www.pgfdnews.com.
Condolences may also be posted on the HVFD's Facebook page at
http://www.facebook.com/hyattsvillevfd.

Any general questions, please contact the HVFD at (301) 883-7701, or
email HVFD President Dave Iannone at dave@hvfd.com.

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