After 25 years of service to this great city, Lt. Robert Brown hung his gear for the last time this past week. Lt. Brown started his career at the “Fire Factory” in Harlem Engine 58. After being promoted to Lt., he began in TL120 UFO. Working for over a decade on Watkins Street, he transferred to Squad 41 in the Bronx where he ultimately finished is two and a half decade career. Though the impact he had leading men for over two decades on the fire floor cannot be matched, his contributions did not stop in the fire service. Lt Brown is also a successful and devoted Physicians Assistant, dedicating his medical practice to firefighters wellness. He started Firefighter Heart & Lung in to ensure the health and safety of the men & women of service. He has saved countless lives on and off the fire floor. Though he will be terribly missed in the FDNY, his impact to firefighters will continue through Heart & Lung. We thank you for your many years in the FDNY and wish you all the best in the future.
“The Tradition Continues…
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