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THIS IS AN ARCHIVED PAGE OF THE OLD LACONIA FIRE DEPARTMENT WEBSITE

You Can Find the New Website Here

Laconia, New Hampshire USA

 PROTECTING THE CITIZENS OF LACONIA AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES FOR OVER 100 YEARS.

The Laconia Fire Department is located in the beautiful Lakes Region area of New Hampshire and stays very busy as they provide both Fire Protection services as well as Medical Care & Transport for a thriving tourist region. The Department maintains a presence at three stations with highly trained professional Fire Fighters and medical personnel./

    LACONIA FIRE DEPARTMENT LOSES  BROTHER   

LT. MARK E. MILLER

A tragic diving accident claimed the life of Firefighter Mark Miller 43, a 18 year veteran of Laconia Fire Department on Thursday March 11th, 2004

Our hearts and prayers go out to all Mark's family, friends and everyone who was ever lucky enough to meet him.


**NEW**Dedicated to Mark Miller

A special tribute to Mark Miller

PLEASE VISIT OUR FORUM TO LEAVE YOUR REMEMBRANCES

 

Firefighter Miller was a member of the National Association of Search and Rescue, the International Association of Dive Rescue Specialists, and a foster parent for Northeast Bloodhound Rescue. He was a Master SCUBA Diver, a Public Safety Diver, a Nitrox Diver, a Swiftwater/Flood Rescue Technician Level III, a SCUBA Rescue Diver, a Certified Ice Diver and a Dry Suit Diver.

VIDEO CLIPS OF PROCESSION

STILL CLIPS OF PROCESSION

OTHER PHOTOS OF MARK


Miller has left behind a wife and three children. If you would like to make a donation to help them through this difficult time it can be sent to:

The Miller Family Relief Fund

care of The Laconia Savings Bank

62 Pleasant Street

Laconia, NH, 03246.


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