Michael W. Henry

May 18, 20205 Comments

Engineer, Fire Station 95

May 13, 2020


01/23/1999 – FS95

Details about the memorial service

Widows, Orphans & Disabled Firefighter’s Fund
PO BOX 41903
Los Angeles, CA 90041

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  1. Duane Warth says:

    I was sorry to learn of your passing. You were the A/O when I got transferred to F.S.94 in the late 1970’s. You taught me a lot about truck company operations and tillering. You were alway positive and big help to anyone who wanted to learn. RIP my friend. Duane

  2. Tom Ottman says:

    Great memories of Mike in the early 80’s at Fire Station 64 and of his late great Water Buddy, Harry “Balls” Correll. What a great team. Mike was known for his work ethic, mechanical knowledge, driving skills and corny jokes. I fondly remember getting that first run of the morning and heading down 108th with Captain John White, drinking a cup of coffee, saying he had no fear of spilling a drop because of Mike’s smooth driving and shifting. Fun times and a great training ground for a young firefighter. Thank you, Mike

  3. Gcarr248 says:

    Remember Mike at FS 94, great guy and always fun to work on his shift. good hard working auto fireman. RIP Mike, Gary Carr Engineer 94B

  4. Rick Watters says:

    Mike and I were classmates, and although we were never assigned together I remember him well. Along with being classmates we both got on the Job young (21 y/o) which back then was the minimum. May you rest in peace Mike.

  5. Philip Patrick Hobson says:

    Mike was my relief at 94’s. If the turck had a run late in the shift and something was dirty when I arrived,
    Mike would stay over and help clean. Mike always had the red paint at the end our axes perfect.

    Rest in Peace Mike

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