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Stauffer Funeral Homes PA

8 East Ridgeville Boulevard
Mount Airy, MD 21771
(301) 829-9410
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Harold Hairston Funeral Service - The Philadelphia Tribune

Monday, November 14, 2016

Mourners turned out Thursday for funeral services for former Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Harold B. Hairston, who died Tuesday, Nov. 1 2016 at his West Mount Airy home. He was 76.The service, held at New Covenant Church in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, was attended by family, friends and officials. An escort of motorcycle police and firetrucks was among the procession to Ivy Hill Cemetery.After serving in the U.S. Army, Hairston joined the fire department in 1964 and began his rise through the ranks over the next several decades. He was promoted to lieutenant in 1971 and captain in 1978. He achieved the rank of battalion chief in 1981 and deputy chief in 1986.Hairston became commissioner in 1992 and oversaw the nation’s fifth-largest fire department that boast about 2,500 employees during his tenure. He retired from the force in 2004.His outside activities included serving on the boards of the American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania, the Delaware Valley Burn Foundation, the Police Athletic League, the Variety Club of the Delaware Valley and the Dad Vail Regatta. He also was on the CBS Eyewitness News team as an on-ai...

West Virginia man dies after I-70 crash - Frederick News Post (subscription)

Monday, October 10, 2016

Center, where she was listed in critical condition Friday night.Butts was pronounced dead at Meritus Medical Center at 7:40 p.m. on Thursday.The driver of the Ford Ranger — David Huffman, 20, of Mount Airy — was treated at the scene and released, police said.— Andrew Schotz contributed to this story...

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Harold Hairston Funeral Service - The Philadelphia Tribune

Monday, November 14, 2016

Mourners turned out Thursday for funeral services for former Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Harold B. Hairston, who died Tuesday, Nov. 1 2016 at his West Mount Airy home. He was 76.The service, held at New Covenant Church in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, was attended by family, friends and officials. An escort of motorcycle police and firetrucks was among the procession to Ivy Hill Cemetery.After serving in the U.S. Army, Hairston joined the fire department in 1964 and began his rise through the ranks over the next several decades. He was promoted to lieutenant in 1971 and captain in 1978. He achieved the rank of battalion chief in 1981 and deputy chief in 1986.Hairston became commissioner in 1992 and oversaw the nation’s fifth-largest fire department that boast about 2,500 employees during his tenure. He retired from the force in 2004.His outside activities included serving on the boards of the American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania, the Delaware Valley Burn Foundation, the Police Athletic League, the Variety Club of the Delaware Valley and the Dad Vail Regatta. He also was on the CBS Eyewitness News team as an on-ai...

West Virginia man dies after I-70 crash - Frederick News Post (subscription)

Monday, October 10, 2016

Center, where she was listed in critical condition Friday night.Butts was pronounced dead at Meritus Medical Center at 7:40 p.m. on Thursday.The driver of the Ford Ranger — David Huffman, 20, of Mount Airy — was treated at the scene and released, police said.— Andrew Schotz contributed to this story...