Terry G. Trail

January 7, 20194 Comments

Captain II, Fire Station 94-B

January 6, 2019


02/18/1999 – FS 94B

Details about the memorial service

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

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  1. Mike Gerken says:

    So sorry to hear of the passing of my friend and a great officer on this fire deparmentt. I was under Terry’s command for 12 years at 94’s and was one of the best assignments ever!! Terry was a true professional and my deepest condolences to his family .. Rest In Peace my friend you will be truly missed …

  2. Mike Littleton says:

    I met terry in the mid-70’s when I was assigned to FS 41 and he was promoted to Engineer and assigned to the B shift there. Terry thought it would be a great (probationary Engineer) project for him to strip, polish and label all the brass on the rig. He asked me if I had a problem with him taking on the project; I told him I had no problem with it. He wasn’t aware that the C shift engineer, L.D. Fowler-also probationary had just finished doing an amazing job painting all the brass on the rig as a probationary project to impress his Captain(and L.D. was on vacation at the time, so he couldn’t present his point of view on the subject) When L.D. returned from vacation, however, he had plenty to say about it. Terry realized he had been set up, and he and I had a great laugh about it. L.D. on the other hand never laughed about it and reminded us of what the prank had cost him in terms of time polishing brass whenever the C shift had to stand inspection. Terry, Rest In Peace, my friend. You were a great relief and I don’t care what L.D. said about your idea to shine all the brass…

  3. Sonny Garrido says:

    R.I.P. Terry. It was great working with you at 4’s.

  4. David Pisarev says:

    I worked with Terry at FS94 for four years. He was a great officer to work for as he let you do your job. We had many fires together. Those were the days when we painted the undercarriage of rigs and he enjoyed presenting our rigs to Chief Anthony. Rest in peace.

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