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

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Just to let you all know, Joe came home yesterday morning. He is doing well, is up and walking around and is in very good spirits.

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Just to let you all know, Joe came home yesterday morning. He is doing well, is up and walking around and is in very good spirits.

Great News!!!!! Thanks for the updates!!!!! Keep the good news coming!!!!!

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Joe, best wishes. Glad to hear you're home. Keep your spirits up, there are many people thinking of you...

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If anyone can beat this disease, it's Joe. I've always admired his kind and infectious spirit ever since meeting him several years ago. Although I don't get a chance to make it up to BH as often anymore, that doesn't mean I forget about friends.

I'm glad to hear that he's home, and I hope he knows that we're all here to support him anytime and with anything he needs....he's got a long road ahead of him, but he'll never be alone on it and I know he can conquer it.

Thanks to everyone who's been signing this card, Joe has been reading so your messages are getting through.......shows the community spirit and support this forum can foster......hope to see everyone at the Blood Drive a week from Monday.

If you wish to send Joe a private message via this forum's PM system, you can send it to send it to (username) jml582

If you wish to add him to your "Friends List", or add an encouraging comment to his profile, click here

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Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

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Hey Joey, welcome home, its nice to hear good news. Hope everything is going well, and I hope you have a speedy recovery. I can't wait to hear 2030 and or the voice of bedvid back on the radio. If you need anything, dont hesitate to call your neighbors to the south. Again, hope your feeling better. Get Well Soon!!

- Ray Z

P.S. Big Ray says best wishes also!

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Also appearing as the feature photo on the front page of EMTBravo.com:

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Bedford Hills, NY FD Deputy Chief Joe Liburdi Assists

Chief George Graniero At The Command Post At A

Working Fire On Adams St In Bedford Hills 12-22-07

DC Liburdi Is Also A Bedford Police Officer, And

Valiantly Battling And Conquering Colon Cancer

Photo By FCB For EMTBravo,com

One of my favorite features photos that I have ever posted. Joe, you and your spirit really set a great example for us all. it's great to see you out there, and I wish you a Merry Christmas!

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Good luck Chief you can beat this as you are strong man with a great will...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.......

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Joe!

It's Great to see that you're out and about doing what you love. Have a Merry Christmas, and a Safe, Happy, And Prosperous New Year.

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To a speedy recovery and a merry christmas joe!

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Prayers for a speedy recovery.

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Joe,

God bless you brother! You are in my thoughts.

Merry Christmas!

I look forward to having a beer with you again one day soon,

it's been a long time.

Rob Casasanta

Peekskill FD

aka "Goober" :rolleyes:

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Joe,

Wishing you a speedy recovery...

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Prayers for a healthy and complete recovery

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Good luck Chief. Hope the best for you.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.........................Stay safe

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God bless you brother, good luck and god speed

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Hey Joe!

You out there buddy?

ANY UPDATE?

God Bless!

Goober :P

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I hope all is well with you and your recovery Chief, best of luck to you Joe.

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Joe is back at work, He went back to work roughly a week ago,every thing went well, I have been told.

Thank god I know my self and Gina where praying for a good outcome.

God Bless

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Dear Fellow Firefighters and Police Officers,

I just wanted to THANK everyone for the thoughts and prayer's. They Worked!! As of right now, my surgery was a complete success and I have no traces of cancer in my body. I've returned to work this week and been active in the fire dept also. Hope to see you out there. It's been a long road, but thanks to you , I'm here. :D

Stay Positive!!

Deputy Chief Joseph M. Liburdi

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Glad to hear,

Great news Joe!

I hope to see you on the road soon.

Catch me!

If you can? lol

:P

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Joe- I don't know you personally but i have heard many things about you from several people.

You were a great Chief during your term. I hope everything goes well.

To a fellow brother, good luck and keep being strong. My brother battled cancer for yrs. but succombed to the evil sickness, like I told him, STAY STRONG AND WE ARE HERE FOR YA!!

JIM FERGUSON

CROTON FIRE

CROTON EMS 5512

MONTROSE VAFD

CCVAC 8854

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