Funeral Services Held For Flomaton Fireman

June 28, 2008

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Funeral services for Flomaton Fire Department Lt. Huey Johnson, 58, were held Friday afternoon.

Johnson was a lifelong resident of Escambia County, Alabama, and had served on the Flomaton Fire Department for about 20 years. Two of those years were spent as chief. He was also a retired career firefighter with 33 years of service at Whiting Field.

Funeral services were held at the First Baptist Church of Flomaton. Almost two dozen fire trucks from departments across South Alabama and Northwest Florida participated in the procession. Ladder trucks from the Century Volunteer Fire Department and the Ferry Pass Volunteer Fire Department hoisted a giant American Flag over the procession route to the Elim Baptist Church Cemetery.

Johnson died Tuesday night after a battle with non-Hodgkins Lymphoma.

Pictured above: Ladder trucks from the Century Volunteer Fire Department and the Ferry Pass Volunteer Fire Department hoist a giant American Flag Friday afternoon over Houston Street in Flomaton for the funeral of Flomaton Fire Lt. Huey Johnson. Pictured below: An honor guard from the Whiting Field Fire Department departs the graveside service at Elim Baptist Cemetary. Pictured bottom: About two dozen fire trucks from departments around the area were in the funeral procession. Submitted photos by Alisa Hart for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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Comments

One Response to “Funeral Services Held For Flomaton Fireman”

  1. Sharon Freeman on July 2nd, 2008 12:21 pm

    This was one great man, anything for anyone. Always gave selflessly to any cause. Huey you will be missed by all.

    Love to your family,
    Ronny and Sharon Freeman





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