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Today was a rough day for the LPFPD4 family. Thank you to Mr. Ted's Family for allowing us to show our respects to one of the original members of Our Department. Mr. Ted, without your service our department wouldn't be what it is today. Every time one of your tankers is dispatched to a call, we know you will be in the Captain's Seat.
Our hearts are heavy from the loss of one of our own. Theodore D. Graham, former LPFPD4 Deputy Fire Chief, passed away yesterday, January 14, 2020 at the age of 74. Mr. Ted was among the first members of District 4 in 1975, serving our department 25 years and 5 of those years as Deputy Fire Chief. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Ted’s family. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers for his Family! He was a Great Man and I know he will be missed.
Oh no Mr Ted ! I will miss him. Condolences to his family
I have lots of wonderful memories with him during my years at FPD4. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
Served with Mr. Ted in the mid 90's at station 2.
Never hesitated to teach me when I had a question as a rookie.
RIP Mr. Ted.
Such a wonderful man. My condolences to Mrs. Ann, Carla, Alisa and family.
Prayers for your family and friends 🙏🏼❤️🙏🏼💙💙💙
Rip god bless the family
R I P MY OLD DEAR FRIEND. MAY GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY.
Mr. Ted was a man who was an important part of District 4. It was an honor to be a part of that department as a fire fighter under his leadership. Prayers for his family.
Go Rest High on that Mountain Teddy. You will be missed by many
GODSPEED my brother
Condolences to both the family LPFPD4.
Ted was a wonderful man and great friend to Gary and I. We enjoyed volunteering with him at the Friendship Station and visiting with him and Ann at their house. Our prayers are with his family and friends! 🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️
My Prayers to the family. Mr. Ted was always willing to teach Any body who wanted to listen and learn I'm very Grateful to say I knew him
Thank y’all so much my pawpaw was the jack of all trades and a good hard working man!
One of the best men I've ever known. He taught all of us so much at D4. My thoughts and prayers are with His family.
RIP Chief!! OPFD Local 1694!!
Prayers for the family 🙏
What a great man .taught me how to operate all the fire trucks in D4
What a loss he was a great man taught me how to fight fire weld on a tanker and how to pack a leaking pump all in the same night