Happy Birthday, Dad! We miss you.
My deepest condolences to the Flohr family. I have many wonderful memories of when Mr. Flohr was my Scoutmaster in Troop 900. My favorite was our High Sierra Trek in 1977. Thinking back on that trip I still remember the Sunday morning talk on the 23rd Psalm as we looked out at the high peaks. RIP Mr. Flohr, Your Good Shepherd is now leading you to those tranquil waters. Marvin English
Chief Flohr always made the shifts shorter and more entertaining in dispatch...many nights he'd stay up and chat with us all shift. Fond memories of him and his laugh.
I will always remember the fun times with Troop 900. He was a great role model who I credit with leading me toward public service. My thoughts and prayers to the family.
I'm so sorry for your great loss. My prayers are with you.
Our thoughts & prayers are with you Tootsie & your family! We had some fun times camping with you & Bill with The Elks!
Great Man..Great fire Chief..& most of all a wonderful friend..
Thanks Chief! I will always remember your guidance in helping us put together the greatest Centennial Fire Annual ever..It still stands out
as the best Annual ever!
Thanks for all the great
memories Chief..You will be missed.
I fondly remember Bill as the type of Scout Leader at Rolando Methodist Church who any leader of youth would do well to emulate. We miss him and send our wishes for comfort to his family and friends. The Rabin family(Allan, Nancy, Lisa, John, and Michael)
There has always been those individuals that come to mind when I recall my early days working for SDFD. Chief Flohr brings to mind the classic image of a Fire Chief. That great blend of chew-you-out and pat you on the back at the same time. Kind thoughts come to mind when I think of Chief Bill Flohr... Rest in peace... job well done
Chief Flohr was one heck of a fire officer and made a huge impression on all those he led.
Always treated the Paramedics with respect at his Station in Hillcrest. Always had a good attitude and a very nice man.
Chief Flohr was and is the reason I am a Firefighter...his encouragement and help, speak volumes as to the kind of man he was...awesome! You will not be forgotten. Brian Kidwell
I'll always remember Capt Flohr, he was our training officer when we joined the SDFD in February 1976 . We we the first majority/minority Fire academy. The best to his family . He was a decent Man.
I always enjoyed treating Bill when he came in the office, we had great conversations and I will miss that. My sincerest sympathy for his family, you guys are in my heart.