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Rest In Peace to a great competitor ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ@menlo_park_firefighters @cafirefightersummergames The Ebbetts Pass, Menlo Park and San Mateo County Firefighters are saddened to announce the passing of Retired Assistant Chief Brian Dickson from job related cancer that he fought since 2011. 
Brian started his fire service career with Cal Fire in 1977, was later hired with Menlo Park Fire District in 1979 where he worked until accepting a position with Ebbetts Pass Fire District as Assistant Fire Chief in 2005. 
One of Brian’s greatest professional accomplishments and lasting legacies was bringing paramedicine to Menlo Park FD and helping to launch the countywide paramedic engine company program. 
Brian’s passions included his family, the San Jose Sharks hockey and playing soccer every year at the Firefighters Olympics. 
Brian is survived by his wife Anne and his sons Gordon and Sean. 
Brian was a good boss who led from the front, a mentor and an unconditional friend you could count on.  He embodied integrity, passion, humor and kindness which allowed him to create enduring friendships throughout his whole life wherever he went. 
In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests consideration of contributions be made in memory of Brian Dickson to Utica College, and be designated to support Men's Hockey. Contributions can be sent via U.S. Mail to 
Utica College , Office of Advancement
1600 Burrstone Road, 
Utica, NY 13502 
or via a credit card online at
www.utica.edu/donate
Massive respect to this amazing woman that I got to compete next to while in California. A mother of twins, 18 years in the fire service and a newly promoted Captain! @batgirlnat, I loved working out with you! 
@momstrength_ @cafirefightersummergames @everydayeffort #californiasummergames #firefightercomp #crossfitinvictus #boysonpodium #jaxonwayne #mycheersquad ๐Ÿ“ธ @phebemarkley
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  
JUNE 30 2019. 2019 California Firefighter Summer Games
San Diego, California.

Today is the final day of the 2019 Firefighter Summer Games in San Diego, Ca. With over 1500 participants state wide we would like to thank all of the families and firefighters who participated in this years games. The California Fireman’s Athletic Association would like to thank the City of San Diego and the surrounding communities and firefighters for hosting this years Games. The support of the community is of upmost importance to the  board.

We are happy to announce that next years 2020 Summer Games will be hosted by Anaheim Firefighter's Local 2899. Scheduled for July 12-17, 2020. The Host hotel will be the Sheraton Hotel in Anaheim. On behalf of the CFAA board and all California Firefighters thank you very much and we look forward to seeing you all next year! 
For more questions contact 
Mike Pera, President 
Phone: 650-222-4022
Brian Centoni, Marketing Director
bcent@iaff55.org  

Webpage: cfaa.org
Facebook: @californiafirefightersummergames
Instagram: @cafirefightersummergames 
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@anaheimfirefighters @sandiegocityfirefighters
@longbeachfirefighters This week was the @cafirefightersummergames in San Diego and our members had a great time participating in ๐ŸฅŽ softball, ๐Ÿ„๐Ÿผ‍โ™‚๏ธ surfing (won bronze in Longboard), ๐ŸŽณ bowling and๐ŸŒ๏ธ‍โ™‚๏ธgolf! 
We were able to have a moment of silence for our fallen brother Captain Dave Rosa prior to our softball game. Thank you to @uflaclocal112 for taking part in it. 
#FireService #Family #LongBeachFirefighters #FirefighterSummerGames
First place Firefighter Soccer ๐Ÿฅ‡OC @ocfirefighters #firefightersoccer #cafirefightersummergames
Cosumnes Fire for or the win with the largest fan showing. ๐Ÿ† #consumesfirefighters @cafirefightersummergames
@sffdlocal798 & @oaklandfirefighters #firefighterbasketball @cafirefightersummergames
@lacountyfirefighters #firefightersoccer
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