Houston Fire Department Station 60

Houston Fire Department Station 60 Firehouse 60 houses an engine, BLS ambulance, ALS ambulance (medic), and has been serving the Piney Point area of southwest Houston since 1967.
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Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post
04/13/2021

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post

04/12/2021

The line-of-duty-death memorial service for HFD Captain Will Gunderson is set for tomorrow at Salem Lutheran Church, 22601 Lutheran Church Rd., Tomball, Texas 77377. The march will step off at 10 a.m. The memorial service will begin at 11 a.m. Fire department Class “A” or dress uniform encouraged for firefighters. The memorial service will be live-streamed at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvyRJV-0xSA

04/12/2021
04/10/2021

The memorial service for HFD Captain Don Stamps is today at 1:30 p.m. at Sagemont Church, 11300 S. Sam Houston Parkway E., Houston, Texas 77089. The service will be live-streamed at:
www.sagemontchurch.org

Donald Clark Stamps
December 25, 1963 – March 25, 2021

Donald Clark Stamps was born in Texas City, Texas on Christmas Day in 1963. The son of Pat and Ralph Stamps, Don became an extraordinary, beloved family member, firefighter and friend.

Don’s survivors include daughters Savanna Stamps and Paige Stamps; brother and sister-in-law Rai and Anna Stamps; nieces Fallon Stamps Benavides, Meghan Stamps, Katrin Stamps, Victoria Stamps, and Heidi Thompson; and numerous relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his parents and brother R. Matt Stamps.

After growing up in Texas City and Jasper, Texas, Don graduated from Jasper High School in 1981. His calling to the fire service came early. At 17, he pulled up to a brushfire and rushed to help firefighters control the blaze at Lake Sam Rayburn. He soon became a professional firefighter. After service in fire departments in Victoria and The Woodlands, Don joined the Houston Fire Department. He was a graduate of HFD Academy Class 1993/A. Rising to the rank of captain, his HFD assignments through the years included Stations 19, 45, 51, 105 and, most recently, 104. He also served as an active captain in the Champions Fire Department, after starting as a volunteer. As a member of the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association, Don advocated for firefighter retirement security in Houston and at the Texas state capitol. He fought for what he believed in: fairness for his sisters and brothers in the fire service.

Most of all, Don was loyal and giving. He sometimes went without to provide for others. When his nieces lost their father, Don lovingly stepped up to help. They formed lifelong bonds. Whether covering friends’ shifts at the fire station or helping with remodeling or storm-damage projects, Don could be counted on. But his giving nature went beyond family and friends. He once organized a fundraiser for a needy citizen he had met while ordering breakfast at a Chick-fil-A restaurant.

In his downtime, Don enjoyed motorcycle rides, camping and hiking around Texas, the gun range, drumming, jet-skiing, his nieces’ dogs – Trooper, Taylor, Ginny, Milo, and Hamm – and Wednesday night sushi dinners with family. Those dinners included many laughs, some occasional dark humor, and running jokes that have endured for many years. Don’s wonderful sense of humor will be remembered.

The Stamps family is grateful for the support of the HFD Family, the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association, the Champions Fire Department, and Dr. Jessica Stark and the Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center staff.

Photos from The Captain Renaud Foundation's post
04/05/2021

Photos from The Captain Renaud Foundation's post

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post
04/05/2021

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post

04/03/2021
03/26/2021
Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post
03/18/2021

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post

03/16/2021

The memorial service for HFD Engineer Operator Walter Luna is set for tomorrow as follows:

Visitation - 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Funeral Service - 1 p.m.
Sagemont Church
11300 S. Sam Houston Pkwy. E.
Houston, Texas 77089

The service will be live-streamed at:
www.sagemontchurch.org

Burial following service:
South Park Funeral Home and Cemetery
1310 N. Main Street
Pearland, Texas 77581

Fire Department Class “A” or dress uniform encouraged.

03/14/2021
03/10/2021
Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post
03/07/2021

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post

02/11/2021

The HFD planted a tree in honor & memory of Arson Investigator Lemuel Bruce who heroically died in the LOD on Oct 16. The tree is planted near the 2100 block of W 18th St. Investigator Bruce, you are gone, but never forgotten.

Timeline Photos
01/29/2021

Timeline Photos

Thank you for all the support at our caucus today Brothers and Sisters.

I am honored to accept your nomination to be the next District 11 Vice President of our IAFF

Together we will work to create a more perfect union!

Let’s #LeadFromTheFront

Teen Mentored by TX Firefighters Joins Honor Society
01/26/2021
Teen Mentored by TX Firefighters Joins Honor Society

Teen Mentored by TX Firefighters Joins Honor Society

Rodney Jones was 10 years old when a group of Houston firefighters began mentoring and tutoring him, and now he's been inducted into the National Honor Society.

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post
01/14/2021

Photos from Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association's post

01/12/2021

The visitation, rosary and memorial service for HFD Senior Captain Jason Coronado are set as follows:

Tuesday, Jan. 12
Rosewood Funeral Home-Atascocita
17404 W. Lake Houston Pkwy.
Atascocita, Texas 77346
Visitation: 5 p.m.
Tribute to Jason: 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Rosary: 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 13
Grace Church - Humble
7224 N Sam Houston Pkwy E.
Humble, Texas 77396
Memorial Service: 11 a.m.

Fire Department Class “A” or dress uniform encouraged.

Masks will be required.

KPRC2 Joel Eisenbaum
12/23/2020

KPRC2 Joel Eisenbaum

This $900,000+ Houston Fire Department Ladder truck is not currently in service because of a staffing shortage.
There are 3 others just like it today.
It will be worse on Christmas.

TONIGHT ON TV: at 6p

Houston Fire Department
12/12/2020

Houston Fire Department

On a recent Operation Stocking Stuffer shopping trip, HFD honored Captain Tommy Searcy and Arson Investigator Lemuel Bruce, by Christmas shopping for their children.

HFD Fire Station 68
12/06/2020

HFD Fire Station 68

***UPDATE***

Fatal motor vehicle incident requiring vehicle extrication at 59 & Beechnut. Though the incident is located in Fire Station 68’s territory, with Ladder 68 (which is equipped with extrication tools) currently out of service due to lack of staffing, units on scene had to wait additional time for the arrival of Rescue 10 (located at Bellaire & Corporate) and Ladder 69 (located at Beltway 8 & Briar Forest) in order to begin extrication procedures.

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
11/21/2020

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

Rest in peace, HFD District Chief Michael Hogue.

11/01/2020
Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
10/31/2020

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

Unacceptable
10/31/2020

Unacceptable

On Halloween:

A couple of Houston Fire Department FFs have hit me up about the (very) high number of Ladder trucks out of service... And some Engines running 3 not 4 FFs.

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
10/31/2020

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

10/24/2020
KHOU 11 News

KHOU 11 News

Watch and listen to the "Ringing of the Bell" ceremony for Houston arson investigator Lemuel Bruce. Thank you for your service.

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
10/23/2020

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

Many thanks to all of the people and organizations that helped Houston firefighters honor fallen HFD Arson Investigator Lemuel "DJ" Bruce. We appreciate the support of Lakewood Church, Firefighters Helping Firefighters, Houston Police Department and other law enforcement agencies, Group 1 Automotive/Sterling McCall, Harris County Fire Marshall's Office, Klein Funeral Homes & Memorial Parks, and KPRC2 / Click2Houston, among others. Photo Credits: Godofredo Vásquez/Houston Chronicle, Jon Shapley/Houston Chronicle, Austin Miller, and Erin Powers. Thanks to Houston Chronicle Photography and Video for providing pool photography.

Houston Fire Department
10/22/2020

Houston Fire Department

Memorial Service for HFD Arson Investigator Lemuel "DJ" Bruce

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association
10/21/2020

Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association

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