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
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
For those looking for a way pay tribute to the memory of Firefighter Christopher J. Roy, a memorial fund has been established by Worcester Fire Fighters Local 1009 in the name of his daughter, Ava Roy. Checks may be made payable to the AVA ROY FUND and mailed directly to the...
Posted: Monday 12/10/18 5:40 PM
As the City of Worcester and the Worcester Fire Department continue to mourn the loss of Firefighter Christopher J. Roy following his heroic efforts to battle a 5 alarm fire on Sunday, December 9, and as is tradition with departed members of fire service, Firefighter Christopher...
Posted: Monday 12/10/18 3:36 PM
We are incredibly humbled by the outpouring of love. For those who have graciously inquired about a fund for the family of Firefighter Christopher J. Roy, an official announcement is forthcoming from the Worcester Fire Department and Worcester Fire Fighters Local 1009....
Posted: Monday 12/10/18 9:40 AM
RT @WorcesterPD: Traffic advisory for wake and funeral of firefighter Christopher Roy. https://t.co/n8BQbJb64n
RT @WFD_Hockey: Please share this information as we continue to do anything we can to support FF Chris Roy's family. https://t.co/KBhd13VxhR
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. https://t.co/POdYZCaY2e
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