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Your's Truly Featured in 'Firemen's Grapevine' Magazine

I recently had the honor of being featured in the September issue of LAFRA's "Firemen's Grapevine" magazine, a monthly publication by the Los Angeles Firemen's Relief Assocation.  This is a great organization and I, along with several of my colleagues in Southern California, have been honored to provide them with photos and content for many years now.  Special thanks to Grapevine Editor Dave Wagner for the nod! 

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