The Memorial Wall is a memorial to honor those individuals who lost their lives in the line of duty and/or succumbed to job-related injuries within five years of their retirement.
The Memorial is located in a landscaped island directly east of the County of Los Angeles Fire Department’s Fire Command & Control Facility at 1320 North Eastern Avenue, Los Angeles.
The Memorial Wall has proven to be a tremendous honor to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. It has given the families of those firefighters a sense that although they no longer have a loved one among them, there is a place where their names are engraved for all who pass by the Memorial Wall to see and remember the tremendous sacrifice they made and the future challenges it cost their families.
This memorial wall consists of the Firefighters who lost their lives from due to job related illnesses or other job related complications.
See the Line of Duty Deaths page for Firefighters who lost their lives while on duty.
JOB RELATED DEATHS
FF Paramedic Randall Duarte, 2019
FF Specialist Robert Brantley, 2018
FF Russell Fagan, 2018
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Engineer Joseph Savas, 2015
Engineer Hector Magallanes, 2015
FF Gino "Rick" Zeni, 2015