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August 18, 2018

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January 30, 2018
December 21, 2017
Captain Bob Denig was a Mansfield firemen, and he was a good one. His courage at entering burning buildings and houses etc. was never questioned. He worked many years at old Fire Station #4 on Newman Street, and he always helped to keep the station clean and the fire trucks in working order. It was once said many years ago that a firemen first shows his courage when he actually applies for the occupation. Captain Denig
was truly a firemen's firemen.
December 21, 2017
Captain Robert Denig was a firemen's firemen. Before his retirement, he served for many years at old Station #4 on Newman Street. His courage when entering, or advancing a hose line, into buildings or houses at a serious fire scene was never questioned. A Fire Chief way back in the time of horse drawn steamer fire engines said of firemen, "Their bravery is not just shown at a fire, it was in their seeking the occupation". So it can be said of Captain Robert Denig, one of Mansfield's bravest, it's firemen.
December 21, 2017
So sorry you have lost Bob. He was a fine man and a good friend. May God bless and comfort you as
Bob has gone ahead of us to Heaven.

Blake and Gere Wagner