Monday, March 31, 2008

LAFD News: Memorial services announced

LAFD Blog: Memorial services announced for Los Angeles Firefighter Brent Lovrien

Firefighter Brent LovrienMemorial services for fallen Los Angeles Firefighter Brent Lovrien will include two public events:

Candlelight Vigil...

Thursday, April 3, 2008
5:00 PM - Assembly
6:00 PM - Vigil Begins
Fire Station 5
8900 Emerson Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90045


All are welcome at this family-themed public gathering, to be held at Fire Station 5, a neighboring station to the one where Brent worked. Parking is plentiful but carpooling is always encouraged.

Memorial Service...

Friday, April 4, 2008
9:30 AM
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
555 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012


All are warmly welcomed to attend this public tribute to our fallen Brother, which will be preceded by a local walking procession to the Cathedral for public officials, uniformed Firefighters, Law Enforcement Officers and EMS personnel.

Following Cathedral ceremonies, a family funeral will be held at the Calvary Chapel in Downey. At the conclusion of the Downey service, our Brother Brent will be privately interred at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier.

More detailed information about the walking procession and services, including accommodations and logistics for out-of-town Firefighters and apparatus will be posted soon.

KINDLY NOTE: Please do not contact the Cathedral, as their staff has no information to provide. Official details will be posted to this blog and remain accessible via LAFD.ORG

Those wishing to offer an on-line note of condolence, are encouraged to post their sentiments here.

Original Announcement Post and all official information regarding Brent Lovrien funeral arrangements at LAFD.ORG

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