The Cromwell Professional Firefighters regret to announce the passing of our brother, Todd Gagnon.
Todd started in Cromwell as a Firefighter and EMT in 1991, became Cromwell's Fire Marshal in 1994, and joined the ranks of Local 4662 in 2015. Todd was instrumental in bringing our Fire Marshal's Office through many changes; starting off as an informal, one-man operation, progressing to a six-man inspection and investigatory division.
Todd leaves behind his wife and five children. Through this difficult and unexpected time, services will be kept private. Notice of a public celebration of life will be provided, if and when such an event is appropriate.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wounded Warriors Project. Cards of sympathy can be mailed to the Local and will be hand delivered to Todd's family.
Cromwell Professional Firefighters
P. O. Box 43
Cromwell, CT 06416
SUPPORT THE MARINO FAMILY FUND
The Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey has established the Emergency Relief Fund in Dominick’s memory, below is the link to the Emergency Relief Fund.
PASSING OF PFANJ PRESIDENT DOMINICK MARINO
The Executive Board of the Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey (PFANJ) regrets to announce the passing of PFANJ President Dominick Marino. President Marino passed away suddenly Tuesday afternoon at home.
President Marino served for over 25 years as a firefighter in the North Bergen Fire Department and North Hudson Regional Fire Rescue, retiring from active service in 2011. He held multiple leadership positions in the firefighter union locals in both departments. President Marino served for many years as 2nd Vice President and Treasurer of the Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey, the chartered state association of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), before becoming President in 2008.
President Marino leaves behind his wife Ellen, three children, and two grandchildren.
Additional details and services information will be made available once arranged.
The Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association of Connecticut extends our deepest sympathy to the Family of Brother Marino, and members of the Professional Fire Fighters Association of New Jersey
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