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UPDATED: Arrangements for Passing of Firefighter/EMT Marcus Paxton - April 10, 2020

UPDATED:

To All,

Please see the below viewing and memorial service information for FF/EMT Marcus Paxton:

Viewing:

Virtual Viewing Date:

Friday May 1, 2020

Virtual Viewing Time:

1800-2000 Hours

Location:

White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company (Baltimore County)

10331 Philadelphia Rd

White Marsh, MD 21162

Those attending will remain in their vehicles and have an opportunity to pay your respects.

Procession:

Procession Date:

Saturday, May 2, 2020

Start Time:

10:00 AM (Units and members should arrive by 9:15 AM)

Location:

Lombard Street and Eutaw Street – Procession will travel with escort from Baltimore City Fire Department Steadman Station to Bay District Volunteer Fire Department.  Members are welcome to join the procession after the Fire/EMS Apparatus have departed. (Carpooling is encouraged to limit the length of the procession).

Memorial Service:

There will be a brief Memorial Service held after all units of the procession arrive at Bay District Volunteer Fire Department (Attendees will have to remain in their vehicles).

A more formal service will be held at a later date when social distancing policies allow for such.

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The Maryland Fire Chiefs Association is saddened by the loss of Associate Member FF/EMT Marcus Paxton. FF/EMT Paxton tragically passed away this morning after being involved in an automobile accident on his way to work.

FF/EMT Paxton has been a member of the MFCA since 2016. He worked fulltime for the Baltimore City Fire Department as an EMT and part-time for the Charles County Department of Emergency Services as a FF/EMT. He was also an active volunteer FF/EMT with the Middle River Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company and Lansdowne Volunteer Fire Department, both located in Baltimore County. In addition, he was an active member of the Bay District Volunteer Fire Department in St. Mary's County and the Calvert County Advanced Life Support Program.

FF/EMT Paxton is survived by his three children ages 6, 4 and 11 months. Please keep the Paxton family in your thoughts and prayers and respect their privacy as they take the time that’s necessary to grieve this devastating loss. We hope you join us as we extend our deepest condolences to his entire family during this difficult time.

Memorial arrangements will be posted once they are finalized.

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