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Online Support Card For Bedford PD Officer/BHFD Deputy Chief Joseph Liburdi

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As many of you know, Bedford Hills Police Officer and BHFD Deputy Chief Joseph Liburdi was recently diagnosed with colon cancer.

Joe is an awesome guy, a tough guy who I can see being able to overcome this disease that often plagues firefighters. He's given a lot to his community his whole life, very well known in the Bedford area, and is always warm and friendly.

This thread will serve as an online support/sympathy card for Joe, so if you wish please sign the card. Joe does read these forums, and a copy will also be sent to him.

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God bless, for a speedy recovery.

DADAY

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My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family for a speedy recovery.

Ex Chief GBFD

Mike Cassar

Edited by fire2141

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Get well soon Joe.....

We will be waiting for you

Jacob Menken

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My best wishes for a speedy recovery. Stay strong and and may your family and community support you during this time as you have done for them for so many years.

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Joe,

May you find the courage and strength to fight the demon!

All my best to you and your family!!

Ned.

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Joe,

Best wishes to you and your family.

Gearge and Daniel Rubin I.F.CO

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Good luck Joe

Hoping for a full and speedy recovery

Jeff

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Best wishes for a full and speedy recovery!

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Good Luck with the treatment Chief

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Best wishes, Prayers u get well soon

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My thoughts and prayers are with you Joe.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

PS: I read this website every day

Steve Panzella

Boise, Idaho

Formerly So. Salem FD

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:rolleyes: Hey Joe my support and prayers are always with you take care Jeff wems/ovac paramedic

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Joe,

May you have a full and speedy rocovery. We'll be praying for you.

Chris Richie

Past Chief

Croton Falls FD

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Joe, Thoughts and prayers are with you and Wendy, as well as your boys, get well soon, As you know Gina and I are here if you need anything. Get Well Soon.

Jim and Gina Arena, and Family

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Hey Joe,

Best wishes for a speedy recovery. and best wishes to you,Wendy and the Boys, Keep Your Head Up!!

Mark

VMPD,VMFD

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Joe,best wishes and speedy recovery!!!

Captain Tony Pike

Orleans Fire Rescue

Cape Cod ma

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Hey guys, I just wanted to give you all an update on Joe. He had surgery on the 15th, they removed most of his colon. I went down to see him last night, he was in very good spirits and he was up walking around during the day. He is making very good progress and hopes to be out of the hospital by late next week.

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Get well Chief!

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Joe, We wish you all the best and a speedy recovery. You and your family are in our prayers. If you need anything, dont hesitate to ask. Stay strong. Love, Rob, Stacey and Ashley Collins

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CHIEF,OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYS ARE WITH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.GOD BLESS YOU.

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hey chief, I know what your going through, my dad just beat colon cancer a year ago!! you will have a rough road ahead but dont worry the light at the end of the tunnel is bright!!!! if you ever need anything let me know, like if you have any concerns. this is a fight you will win!

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HEY CHIEF, GET WELL SOON, OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU, IF YOU NEED ANYTHING DONT HESITATE TO ASK. -JOHN

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Joe,

I have no doubt that you will beat this! You know that you and your family are in our thoughts & Prayers. If need anything at all, we are here!

Mike & Tammy Repp

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Hello Joe,

Although, i do not know you ,i am very sorry to hear that you are ill.I am sure god will make sure you recover nice and easy.I will keep you in prayers.

sondra lamb

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Best wishes for a speedy recovery!

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Hello Joe,

I know you will win this battle. You are in my thoughts, here in Florida.

Hang in there!

Rob Arons

Fairview F.D. April 1981-November 1996

Santo's partner at 60 Control

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God bless Joe

Speedy recovery, prayers are with you

Jeff Bergstrom Brewster FD

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:rolleyes: Joe hope you are doing well, keep your head down & swing easy (you need new partners next year), remember to stay out of OSSINING....Marty

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