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My Brothers' Burden Walk

These are all the pics taken from Wednesday morning all the way through the speeches on the steps of the capitol building. Please feel free to share this album or specific pics. Also, please tag yourself, a friend, or your agency in any of these photos!

Thank you to everyone who made these two days incredibly special!

This was only the beginning!
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Thankyou ❤️

Blessings.Hey Tommy have a msg from Mark Petriw.,Can you call 407 461 4226. Love to hear from you and meet your AWESOME GF Rachel

Petite Mark

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I'd really like to see this one in color - pls and thank you!

To the men of Livin' In The Cut Barbershop, thank you for getting our guys cleaned up for our big day! You guys are rockstars! Thank you!!! ... See MoreSee Less

To the men of Livin In The Cut Barbershop, thank you for getting our guys cleaned up for our big day! You guys are rockstars! Thank you!!!

 

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Our pleasure. Thank you for what you all do day in and day out

You all look really awesome. Great job Livin' In The Cut. 🙂

URGENT: Florida firefighters need your help

When Fire Department Engineer Stephen Vanravenswaay, nicknamed “Shakey”, was a day away from losing his brave battle with a deadly form of cancer that he contracted from multiple exposures to toxic smoke, his only concern was his family. He told his dear friend, retired firefighter Tom “Bull” Hill, that he wasn’t afraid to die, but was ashamed that he wasn’t able to better provide for his family.

Firefighter Vanravenswaay’s concerns were the same as scores of other Florida firefighters who have fought, or are fighting, job related cancer.

Firefighters are twice as likely to die from cancer than the general public. Florida Firefighters who contract cancers that are deemed job related by the Centers for Disease Control do not receive the same benefits as firefighters in 39 other states.

For years now, Florida Legislatures have failed to pass a law that helps Firefighters who contract cancer from their exposure to toxic smoke to provide for their families when they are gone. Even if the firefighter’s health insurance covers the disease, the financial burden overwhelms most men and women who are paid modest salaries to protect us and the lasting effects often leaves them without a job or the ability to provide for their families, providing they survive.

Please sign this petition to tell Florida lawmakers to pass a presumptive cancer for firefighters law.

Various versions of presumptive cancer bills have been introduced each legislative session for several years; both the Florida House and Senate have voted some favorably by a clear majority. The bills are often opposed by special interest lobbyists and die in committee before they can be signed into law. Several of our senators and representatives have worked hard to help our firefighters but they have consistently fallen just short of passing actual law.

This petition is to let our State Representatives and Senators know that we demand they pass legislation that establishes presumption as to a firefighter’s condition or impairment of health caused by certain types of cancer he or she contracts in line of duty.

Sign The Petition