Michael J. Lavoie, Chief
The City of Worcester and the Worcester Fire Department have announced details of the funeral services for Firefighter Christopher J. Roy.
Posted: Monday 12/10/18
The Worcester Fire Department has announced that transport of Firefighter Christopher J. Roy will take place at 10 a.m. this morning from UMass Memorial Medical Center (University Campus, 55 Lake Avenue North) to the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office in Boston.
Posted: Monday 12/10/18
Worcester Fire Chief Michael Lavoie announced this morning the Line of Duty Death of Worcester Firefighter Christopher J. Roy.
Posted: Sunday 12/09/18
Final salute to Firefighter Christopher J. Roy. Photo courtesy of Molly McCollough.
Posted: Saturday 12/15/18 2:24 PM
Thank you to the thousands of firefighters from across the commonwealth and beyond who lined the streets of Worcester today to honor the life and service of fallen Worcester firefighter Christopher J. Roy. He is forever in our hearts.
Posted: Saturday 12/15/18 1:20 PM
Words cannot express how grateful we are for all the support we've received. We are overwhelmed by your words of encouragement and share deeply in your sorrow as we pay our respects to Firefighter Christopher J. Roy and his family this evening. If you wish to make a contribution...
Posted: Friday 12/14/18 9:20 AM
Our hearts are still very heavy. Read more about the life of Firefighter Christopher J. Roy and please continue to keep his family in your thoughts during this difficult time.
Posted: Tuesday 12/11/18 5:11 PM
RT @MassGovernor: Remembering Worcester Firefighter Christopher J. Roy. Rest In Peace. @WorcesterFD https://t.co/3opQDMOsED
RT @MassDOT: #Worcester Burns Bridge & Zakim Bridge #Boston Red and White tonight for @WorcesterFD Firefighter Christopher J. Roy. https://â¦
RT @marty_walsh: Tonight, Boston City Hall is lit up red in the memory of fallen @WorcesterFD firefighter Christopher Roy. The @CityofBostoâ¦
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