New Hampshire Fallen Firefighters Memorial is planned for September 25th at 10 AM. There will be 4 Fallen Firefighters’ names added to this year’s memorial.
Newington, Goffstown and Dover Fallen will be added.
Honor Guard personnel are requested to attend. Please respond to email@example.com if your honor guard is planning on participating. All HGU personnel are to be onsite ready in uniform at 0800 at the memorial.
The NH Red Knights are planning a ride-in. More info to follow.
Families of the fallen can check in at a table at the memorial for information on honoring their fallen.
Refreshments to follow the memorial.
The history of the memorial
This page will chronicle the efforts to propose and build the New Hampshire Fallen Firefighters Memorial.
- The bell that was recovered from a church in Gorham, NH and the journey it took in the years that followed.
- Groups such as The NH Corp of Fire Chaplains and the NH State Firemen’s Association and how they were instrumental in this project.
- A Call to Brotherhood, what it is, and how it was successful.
- Cooperation between State Government, Financial support from NH businesses and raw determination from NH’s fire service.
- On this page will be that story supported by photographs and video. We look forward to sharing our story with you.
September 10, 2006, was a comfortable sunny day with an occasional white fluffy cloud floating by, perfect weather for the dedication of the New Hampshire Fallen Firefighters Memorial. The service would be the culmination of almost a decade of planning and seven months of construction. Today we would honor those who have lost their lives in service to their communities and honor their families.
The dedication service was preceded by the annual New Hampshire State Fireman’s Association parade that would proceed from Sam’s Club south on Sheep Davis Road (NH Rt-106) to the Fire Academy grounds, home of the NH Fallen Firefighters Memorial. Fire apparatus, color guards, and marching firefighters from all over New Hampshire would march under the garrison flag suspended by two aerial ladders signifying the end of the parade and the beginning of the memorial service.
At 11:00am Paul Fortier Chief Berlin Fire Department (ret) serving as the moderator requested all to rise for the presentation of colors.
If you would like to order a brick for the NH Fallen Firefighter Memorial click the link below.
For a video of the building of the memorial please click here;