Roll of Honor

Timothy P. Jackson

  • Firefighter
  • Worcester Fire Department
  • Massachusetts
  • Age: 51
  • Year of Death: 1999

Timothy P. Jackson‚ 51‚ a 27-year veteran of the Worcester Fire Department‚ died in the December 3‚ 1999‚ warehouse fire‚ while searching for two trapped firefighters. Five other firefighters also died in this incident. A U. S. Army Vietnam veteran‚ Jackson had received many commendations including a Bronze Star‚ an Army Commendation Medal‚ and a Purple Heart. A member of the Harley-Davidson Owners Group and the Red Knights Motorcycle Club‚ he frequently rode to Washington‚ D. C. for Vietnam veterans’ rallies.

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Memorial Wall

  1. I remember the day you and your brave brothers fought the fire. Heroes forever and never forgotten. RIP

    – Sue
  2. Rest in Peace Brother- you’re not forgotten

    – Robert A. Willis
  3. I believe that firefighters make the most valiant and worthy of angels. I’m sure you are watching over those you cared for here on earth along with many others. Though it may be end of shift, your work is not yet done.

    – Michele Bojalad-Sikorski
  4. Rest in peace brother.

    – Stacy Waterworth
  5. RIP Brother. We’ll take take it from here.

    – Ff Dan Proper
  6. God bless my firefighting brother…

    – Danny
  7. I remember. RIP brother.

    – Chris Sinnott
  8. We remember.

    – Mary
  9. rest easy brother

    – Zach
  10. R.I.P HERO

    – stacy
  11. You will never be forgotten

    – bart temple
  12. You are not forgotten; nor are your family. Praying you arm resting in the presence of God.

    – Barbara
  13. Rest in peace brother. We got it from here knowing that all of our brothers and sisters have our backs from above.

    – Cindy
  14. I knew Tim through my dad t-bear from the brotherhood of southern md. Vets Tim would stay with us and party and always had fun while doin drilling thunder. I myself am a fellow firefighter
    Rest easy brother

    – Eric Freund
  15. I do beleive that the fallen firefighters in 1999 in worcester mass are the bravest most selfless men i have ever known …and timothy jackson….well theres nothing i can say except it was a privledge and a blessing to know you

    – Dory