The FOF would like to thank EVERYONE for all the support, donations, and time they spent helping make us a valuable organization for the Lexington Community.
The Firefighter Memorial Stair Climb will take place on Saturday, September 13th at the Fifth Third Bank Building in downtown Lexington.
Space is limited to 350 spots as we climb to remember those 343 firefighters that lost their lives on Sept, 11, 2001 and another 7 spots remembering those who served the Lexington Fire Department and gave their all in the line of duty.
Registration is $40 per firefighter or civilian. Each participant will receive a commemorative t-shirt. Proceeds will support the FOF Monument to the Fallen in Phoenix Park. CLICK HERE to register now!
We are drawn to remember those that paid the ultimate sacrifice while protecting the citizens of Fayette County:
Lt. Brenda Cowen - 2004
FF Chuck Williams - 1997
Firefighter Robert Martin - 1986
Lieutenant Estill Rickerson - 1971
Captain JC Moynahan-1950
Henry McDonald - 1945
Chief Louis Travis - 1944
Click Here to view Monument to the Fallen slideshow and bio's of each of the
On Tuesday, February 11th at 9:00 am a wreath will be placed at the base of
the Monument as a remembrance of their service and sacrifice.
Dedicated February 15, 2010, the Lexington Fraternal Order of Firefighters,
Monument to the Fallen was designed to be a place of remembrance, honor and
even celebration for Lexington Firefighters, their families and friends.
The Monument provides a tangible way to thank firefighters for their
commitment while honoring those who have paid the ultimate price. To make a
donation or purchase a commemorative brick, click here.
You are now able to purchase pictures online of FOF Events. We are still in the beginning stages of creating this feature so bear with us. We currently have the 2012 FF Stair Climb pictures available.
The Lexington Fire Department would like to share some information about the department and maybe answer questions about some of the things that firefighters are trained to do. Click here for more information. Hopefully the information can answer some of those questions or may enlighten others to the tasks that our men and women are trained to do. For questions call (859) 231-5661..
Click to learn more about Christmas Tree Fire Safety.
Click to see a video produced by the National Institute of Standard Technology about dry Christmas Tree's.
Click to learn more about Holiday Fire Safety.
Click to learn more about Winter Home Heating Fire Safety.
Click to learn more about Cooking Fire Safety.
Click to learn more about Fire Safety for Your Pets.
Firefighter Memorial: We STILL need YOUR support in helping us fund our Monument to the Fallen.
Send us a note through the contact page if you have some news or anything you would like posted.