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Procession held in Ferndale to honor Asst. Fire Chief Crosswhite (video)

Whatcom County EMS personnel stand at attention during as a procession passes WCFD7 Station #41 in honor of Whatcom County Fire District 7 Assistant Fire Chief Dean Crosswhite (April 20, 2022). Video: Whatcom News

FERNDALE, Wash. — Citizens lined the route of a procession on Wednesday, April 20th, to pay their respects to Whatcom County Fire District 7 (WCFD7) Assistant Fire Chief Dean Crosswhite. Crosswhite, age 52, died April 6th after being diagnosed with cancer.

The procession was enroute from the WCFD7 Station #46 on Church Road to the Cornwall Church on Northwest Drive where a celebration of his life was scheduled.

Personnel and apparatus from fire districts across Whatcom County participated.

Procession through Ferndale in honor of Whatcom County Fire District 7 Assistant Fire Chief Dean Crosswhite (April 20, 2022). Video: Whatcom News

The video above was recorded across Washington Street from WCFD7 Fire Station #41, which houses the district’s administrative offices including Crosswhite’s.

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One Comment

  1. Jeff April 21, 2022

    Cancer sucks! Dean was a great man. Rest In Peace my friend!

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