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It is with a heavy heart that the Springfield Fire Company announces the passing of life time member Richard "Richie" Gildea.
Richie joined the Fire Company on April 24, 1957 and held numerous Company positions, including Captain of the Fire Police Unit.
Richie became a Life Member in 1980. He received the 50 year "Blue Flame" Award in 2007. Most recently he was added as an exemplary volunteer to the Volunteer Memorial Wall at the corner of Saxer Ave and Powell Rd on July 4th, 2005
In his honor our flag will be flown at half-staff until the day of his funeral.
Richie's funeral details will be posted, when they become known.
The Springfield Fire Company wishes to express their condolences to the Gildea family. ... See MoreSee Less
Rest in Peace! Thank you for your service! Prayers to his family!
Such a nice guy. Prayers to his family and friends
Prayers for Richie and his family.. Our condolences 🙏🙏🙏🙏😥
Rest in Peace my dearest Uncle. Love you and will miss you for a little while From the Salva/Hicks/Summit families in Missouri (Ritchie's second home)
Richie was a great man and friend to everyone that was lucky enough to cross his path.
We'll all miss you Richie. The 'Fighting Irish" just got a new Angel 😇 RIP Richie
RIP Mr. Gildea my heart felt Condolences to the family
Sorry for your loss prayers to Springfield FC and Gildea Family
Rest In Peace sir, your watch has been completed!!
Make me cry such a sweetheart! He will be missed and St. Patrick Day just will never be the same!! ❤️❤️❤️ Rip Richie ❤️❤️❤️
My condolences to the whole family hugs
Sorry for your loss. RIP Mr. Gildea.
Sending condolences to everyone
Rest in Peace Richie ... you will be missed!
In our thoughts and prayers
Rest in peace. Just noticed the clock tower! When was that erected? Haven't been around town much lately!!!
He was the best! Always greeted you with a big smile and was truly happy to see everyone. He will be missed ❤️
R I P Richie we had a lot of laughs. God bless you
A awesome man! RIP Richie! U will be missed!💚💚
God Bless you Uncle Rich. We will miss you 🙏❤️
Such a wonderful soul. RIP Rich.
Rest easy Richie. I hope you rate a mansion in Heaven.
Always a smile on his face!! We'll certainly miss you Uncle Rich!!
So sorry. I’m blessed to have known Richie. Godspeed my friend
May his memory be eternal
This morning we got a very special visit. Shireen brought our members munchkins and iced coffee.
Thank you Shireen for stopping by and brightening up our day. ... See MoreSee Less
From the Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company. ... See MoreSee Less
Prayers of safety go out to your dept. HAPPY 4TH!!!
Thank you!!! Happy 4th July for you and families!!! Be safe!
You all also. Be Safe
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