Share Your Thoughts, Memories of Lt. Ed Walsh, FF Mike Kennedy

Offer your memories and condolences.

Credit: City of Boston Facebook.
Credit: City of Boston Facebook.

When the news began to spread on Wednesday night that two Boston Firefighters had died in the line of duty, the city did what it always does in times of darkness and sadness — it pulled together.

From new mayor Marty Walsh to the Boston Archdiocese, support and prayers were sent to the families of Boston Fire Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Mike Kennedy. But it didn’t end there.

Memorials sprang up at the Back Bay firehouse where both men worked. People went to the station to pay their respects. As the men were brought to the funeral home, residents lined the streets in solemn respect. Facebook and Twitter were full of regular people offering their support, talking about the danger of firefighting, and mourning together.

Did you know Lt. Walsh or Firefighter Kennedy? Share a memory in our comments. Or do you want to offer condolences to their families and Boston Fire? Post a comment today and be a part of the conversation.

Frank Mulligan March 29, 2014 at 08:37 PM
Today in LIFE us people don't think until something happens. The 2 firemen who lost their life. They had no IDEA what they we're walking into. My codolence to both family's.
An oldtimer March 30, 2014 at 04:25 PM
Leo & Jean Mellyn As has said before ,there are no words that can express the sorrow for the loss of two brave men, that gave their lives to save others. I know they are in God's arms and in a Special Place reserved for Firefighters and Police.
rose March 31, 2014 at 06:06 PM
May our heroes inspire us to create everyday acts of kindness and courage.


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