Friday, March 14, 2008


R.I.P., Deborah Reeve, EMT-P

The image above is that of a Co-worker, Deborah Reeve, who died of NH-L following her participation in the WTC. We dedicated a plaque for her in Station 20 ( The old station 23-Jacobi) this past week. Pictures never really tell the whole story. She was a tough, funny-as-hell Medic who was Loved by nearly Everyone. The fact that once Jacobi was the largest Station in the city- fielding 40 units 24/7- that was no mean feat. Her husband, another medic nicknamed "Kentucky" is the same way.

The World really is the poorer for her loss. She is survived by her husband and two children with her daughter having a strong resemblance. 'Nuff said.

2 comments:

blonderthanyou said...

thanks... i like to hear the individual bits... tooo often people say WTC or 9/11 and dont realize that it is sooooo much more than statistics....

Gwen said...

Oh! I am so sorry. So much lasting damage from that day, in many ways.