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Beverly Eckert
February 12, 2009

Beverly was among those killed in a Continental Airlines crash near Buffalo, N.Y. She was a widow of a victim of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center

Eckertís husband, Sean Rooney, was a native of Buffalo, the newspaper said. Eckert was flying to Buffalo for celebrations with relatives marking the 58th birthday of her late husband.

Eckert was a member of the Family Steering Committee for the 9/11 Commission and co-chairwoman of Voices of Sept. 11.

 

Brent A. Lovrien
March 26, 2008

Brent died from injuries he received when he went to investigate smoke in the Westchester area of Los Angeles. He was a ten year veteran of the LAFD assigned to the 'A' Platoon of Fire Station 95 since October 2005. As dictated by Fire Department policy, a formal and detailed multi-agency investigation is underway to determine the exact nature of the explosion, as well as the precise cause and manner of Firefighter Lovrien's death.

Our prayers are with the Lovrien family, and we thank Brent for giving the greatest, most unselfish gift. May God watch over him and all who risk their lives daily. And we keep Engineer Anthony Guzman in our prayers as well as the members of LAFD Fire Station 95 and the entire Los Angeles Fire Department Family. The whole firefighting Family is extended our deepest sympathies at this time.




Johnny Grant

Johnny Grant
May 9, 1923 - January 9, 2008

Johnny was  an American radio personality and television personality most known for being the Honorary Mayor of Hollywood in which he was most often present at Hollywood community functions, including the unveiling of new stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Grant served as a U.S.O. ambassador, joining the globe-trotting comedian Bob Hope in taking entertainers to war zones to perform for military personnel, and was the first recipient of the highest honor awarded by the USO, the United Service Organizations. He was also a retired major general in the California State Military Reserve, a volunteer backup and support force of the California National Guard. He had been chairman of the Los Angeles City Fire Commission, the Los Angeles County Social Service Commission, and the Burbank, California Police Commission. More recently, he had been a member of the Los Angeles City Cultural Heritage Commission.

Grant was the only person ever to twice receive an Order of California, the state's highest honor.

Grant said of all his accomplishments in Hollywood, he was most proud of three things: the Hollywood sign, the Walk of Fame and the Hollywood postmark. For more on Johnny see The Official Site Of Hollywood's Honorary Mayor
 

Sgt. David Hart

Sgt. David Hart
Lake View Terrace, California
April 26, 1985-January 8, 2008

David, 22, died from injuries sustained in combat in Iraq. He was assigned to the Army's 2nd Battalion 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) based at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He was awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart (posthumously).

 
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