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Our Fire Rescue Chief passes away this morning. Rest In Peace Blackie Meyers.
Details to follow.
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Seen him at the races (Detroit GP, Waterford Hills) for a very long time. RIP
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damn. RIP, Blackie. thank you for pulling me out of the swamp as well as many a gravel trap.
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We will miss him...
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He and I spoke the same language.........It was my honor to work with Blackie on all things concerning " Rescue & Safety"......Rest In Peace brother......Bruce MacDonald
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It is sad that our mentor, teacher and Chief has passed. He taught all of us on Fire/Rescue and EMS how to do things safely and keep our wits about us. At the GP I was honored, as were so many to be his "boys", even if you were female. WE will miss him greatly at both venues, but as Rick Stockton, Gary Lewandowski, and I have said since his retirement.."WE Got This ,Chief!" HE will always be our Chief.
I hope we do something at WHRRI to honor his memory and his dedication to racing
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Blackie always met us with a sincere smile. So many great memories of one of the truly good guys. Mike Yater