Kenny Carr Obituary, Life Member Suffern Volunteer Hose Company Has Died
Kenny Carr Obituary, Death Cause – When I learned that Kenny Carr, a life member of the Suffern Volunteer Hose Company #1, had passed away, I felt an overwhelming sense of loss. Kenny’s commitment to our community served as a source of motivation for those who were fortunate enough to know him, whether it was through his work as President of the Rockland County Volunteer Firefighters’ Association, his pivotal role in the establishment of Suffern Volunteer
Hose Company #1’s new firehouse, or his work in the Suffern Masonic Lodge, Lions Club International – for which he served as Deputy District Governor, and as a past president of the Monsey Lions Club. Kenny Carr was a model of selflessness and leadership, and he will forever be remembered for the impact he had on Rockland County. It is with a heavy heart that the Officers and Members of Suffern Volunteer Hose Company #1 announce the demise of life member Kenny Carr.
Mr. Carr was a dedicated member of the organization for many years. Kenny had been a member of the Hose Company for a total of 31 years, having initially joined in 1992, and had attained the position of life member during that time. Kenny served as President of the Department in the past. Over the course of his involvement with the RCVFA, Kenny served in a number of different capacities. Between the years 2008 and 2009, he presided over the Rockland County Volunteer Firefighters Association as President.
Kenny contributed countless hours of his time and energy to work on various construction projects, helping to make our firehouse what it is today. He was an integral part of the process of constructing the new firehouse facility at 35 Washington Avenue, which was very important. The following are the services that are provided for Kenny: On Tuesday, May 2nd, from 4 pm until 8 pm, the wake will be held at the Wanamaker & Carlough Funeral Home.
On the 2nd of May, there will be a firematic service at 7:30 in the evening. On Wednesday, May 3rd, there will be a funeral service held at the funeral home, and it will begin at 11 a.m. The funeral will be followed by burial in the Airmont cemetery.
Kenny Carr Obituary, Death Cause – When I learned that Kenny Carr, a life member of the Suffern Volunteer Hose Company #1, had passed away, I felt an overwhelming sense of loss. Kenny’s commitment to our community served as a source of motivation for those who were fortunate enough to know him, whether it was…