Ronald V. Durham

July 8, 20205 Comments

Firefighter II, Fire Station 27-C

July 3, 2021


01/03/1980 – FS 27C


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

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  1. Randy Laur says:

    I worked with Ron at OLD 94’s in 1972, he was a Hell of a Firefighter and a very interesting character. RIP my friend.

  2. Worked with ‘bulldog’ over 45 years ago at 64’s. He had some amazing experiences that he shared with us about parachute jumps. A true LAFD character that I was fortunate to share time with on the job. RIP

  3. Jerry Horwedel says:

    Ron and I worked on the tailboard of Engine 27 – I was a third house rookie and learned a lot of good firefighting skills from him. And I heard and witnessed some unbelievable stories and experiences. One of those real characters of the LAFD. RIP Ron –

  4. Phil McKay says:

    A few years back I went SCUBA diving in Costa Rica and I looked up and spent some time with Ron while I was there. We hit a few bars and he knew everybody in town including politicians and lady’s of the night and he introduced me to all of them. He was married to a local gal that was some kind of local of office holder. He seemed to be enjoying life there and was still the same character we all knew.

  5. R. Bruce Teasdale says:

    I also worked with Ron at FS 64. Boy what a Fireman, what a kick to be around to listen to and learn from. Last I heard he retired to Costa Rica to dabble in real estate.
    RIP Ron

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