CJPVFD, MCFRS, and DCFD join to honor Chief Seavey

On Friday September 14th, 2018 personnel from the Cabin John Park VFD, Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, and the Washington D.C. Fire and EMS Department joined family and friends at the National Cathedral to honor Fire Chief (and Retired DCFD Captain) James P. Seavey Sr. Over a career of public service spanning more than four decades Chief Seavey has touch many lives.

Governor Larry Hogan posted a tribute to Chief Seavey on his Facebook page.

 

The motorcade to the Cathedral passed through the arched ladders of Old Truck 710 and the current Truck 710 holding a Garrison Flag. The arch was setup along River Road in front of Station 10. Duty Crews at Station were on hand to render salute as the motorcade passed.
Dignitaries, guests, family, friends, firefighters, and law enforcement officers were all in attendance at the service.

The “Sea of Blue” waited outside the Cathedral to render a final salute to Chief Seavey as he was returned to the awaiting E710B.
A reception was held at the Marriott North Bethesda Conference Center. Chief Seavey’s “Buggy” and the 1930 Brockway Fire Engine were placed in front of the entrance.
Flowers placed in front of E710.

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