Retired firefighter receives his last call


Retired Greenfield firefighter and U.S. Air Force veteran Terry Hanson received his last call Wednesday as his funeral procession headed down Washington Street toward the Greenfield Cemetery. The 68-year Hanson died July 11, 2015. He was a firefighter for the city of Greenfield for several years and a sergeant in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. Local firefighters stand at attention as the procession passes by. The ladder trucks used to hold the flag were from the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District and the city of Wilmington.


Retired Greenfield firefighter and U.S. Air Force veteran Terry Hanson received his last call Wednesday as his funeral procession headed down Washington Street toward the Greenfield Cemetery. The 68-year Hanson died July 11, 2015. He was a firefighter for the city of Greenfield for several years and a sergeant in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. Local firefighters stand at attention as the procession passes by. The ladder trucks used to hold the flag were from the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District and the city of Wilmington.

Retired Greenfield firefighter and U.S. Air Force veteran Terry Hanson received his last call Wednesday as his funeral procession headed down Washington Street toward the Greenfield Cemetery. The 68-year Hanson died July 11, 2015. He was a firefighter for the city of Greenfield for several years and a sergeant in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. Local firefighters stand at attention as the procession passes by. The ladder trucks used to hold the flag were from the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District and the city of Wilmington.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2015/07/web1_Hanson-funeral-pic.jpgRetired Greenfield firefighter and U.S. Air Force veteran Terry Hanson received his last call Wednesday as his funeral procession headed down Washington Street toward the Greenfield Cemetery. The 68-year Hanson died July 11, 2015. He was a firefighter for the city of Greenfield for several years and a sergeant in the Air Force during the Vietnam War. Local firefighters stand at attention as the procession passes by. The ladder trucks used to hold the flag were from the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District and the city of Wilmington.