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RIP Retired Fairview DC Barry Matthews

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From the Fairview FD Facebook page:

 

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It is with incredible sadness that the Fairview Fire Department shares the news that Retired Deputy Chief Barry Matthews has passed away. He was an outstanding firefighter, a dedicated fire officer, and truly a great friend. He will be missed.

 

He was a great guy. Amongst many other things and activities, some may know him from his diecast business, "Westchester Collectibles". He found Fairview FD's retired Ahrens-Fox in California, and led the movement and brought it back to Fairview. He also was an active member of this site since the inception.  RIP dc2t.

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He was top shelf, we'll miss him.

 

R.I.P. Barry

 

Seth,

If you can post the funeral arrangements, I, along with others, will really appreciate it.

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Sad. Barry was a great guy. He will be missed. Had great times when we interacted as Fairview & Fire Marshal. RIP!

 

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     The wake for Barry will be at Hawthorne Funeral Home on 21 W. Stevens Lane, Hawthorne, N.Y. 10532.
    The Mass will on Wednesday Oct.12,2016   at the Holly Name of Jesus  Church  on Broadway in Vallhalla at 10:00 am.
 

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My  Captain, my Deputy Chief, my friend.

 

God bless you

 

 

 

 

You're going to owe us an Entenmann's for this.

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I went to school with his son and daughter my condolences

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