The Worcester Fire Fighters Memorial is a tribute to the six Worcester fire fighters who sacrificed their lives in heroic rescue efforts during a warehouse fire December 3, 1999, near downtown Worcester, Massachusetts.

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2011 Worcester Fire Fighters Memorial Update

The memorial for these fallen heroes will be the centerpiece of “Worcester Fire Fighters Memorial Park 5-1438 December 3, 1999,” equal in measure to the bravery and valor of Firefighters Paul A Brotherton, Timothy P. Jackson, Jeremiah M. Lucey, James F. “Jay” Lyons III, Joseph T. McGuirk and Lt. Thomas E. Spencer.

The memorial and the memorial park are being created under the direction of the Worcester Fire Fighters Memorial Committee. The Committee's mission is to build a suitable memorial that reflects the ultimate sacrifice that six heroic Worcester firefighters made in the line of duty trying to save the lives of others.

This Web site is dedicated to the memorial and to the six courageous Worcester fire fighters it will honor.

Logo designed by Firefighter Robert Fogelman
Web site designed and maintained by Troy B. Thompson
The Worcester Fire Fighters Memorial Committee wishes to thank Worcester Polytechnic Institute for its assistance in establishing this Web site, and 123 Cars Car Finance for its continued assistance and support.

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