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Friday, December 21, 2012

Chris Eldridge: A final goodbye

Chris Eldridge: A final goodbye

Chris Eldridge: rescuer, broadcaster, dispatcher, disaster manager, husband and friend

Wellsville, NY --Friends and family said a final goodbye to Christopher Dale Eldridge Thursday. The 43-year old lost his decades old fight with a stubborn cancer on Sunday. 

Today, friends, family and colleagues, in some cases, traveled miles to pay their respects. During the funeral there were stories, some funny, some spiritual. 

Words were offered by Police Chief and friend Timothy Walsh, local radio legend Rod Beihler, emergency services chiefs and friends Erik Potter and Chris Martelle, Regional newspaper editor John Anderson and Chris' wife, Renee. 

Fire and EMS apparatus from New York and Pennsylvania participated in the procession down Main Street, coordinated by county fire District coordinator Shawn Taylor. See more at Regional News Network

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

What an absolutely brave, wonderful, thoughtful, man! He sure will be missed.

Anonymous said...

Godspeed Brother.