Dwight E. Smith

While jogging in a physical Fitness exercise at the training academy, he collapsed in full arrest and died as a result of the massive heart attack.

Corey Berggren

On August 24, 1995, Rescue Diver Corey Berggren of the Knoxville Volunteer Rescue Squad died while conducting dive operations in a quarry to recover the body of a drowning victim.

Henry Frizzell

On January 24, 1995, Forestry Technician Henry Frizzell of the Tennessee Division of Forestry suffered a fatal heart attack while returning from a fire.

Edward L. Freeman

On November 12, 1994, Firefighter Edward Freeman of the Memphis Fire Department suffered a fatal heart attack after returning to his station after an auto fire.

Michael L. Mathis

On April 11, 1994, Lt. Michael Mathis and Private William Bridges of the Memphis Fire Department were killed when they became trapped and overcome by smoke during a fire on the ninth floor of a high rise building.

William E. Bridges

Private Bridges was assigned to Engine 7, was one of two firefighters who died while fighting an arson fire at the Regis Towers Apartments at 750 Adams Avenue at 2:10 a.m. on April 11, 1994. Bridges, while searching for a fellow firefighter, became entangled in fallen wiring in a ninth floor hallway and was trapped. He was later found unconscious and transported to the Regional Medical Center, where he died. Billy Bridges, 27, had been with the department for four years. He was married and the father of two children.

Mark R. Hinson Sr.

Firefighter Mark Hinson suffered a heart attack on 12/15/1993.

James D. Hill

Private Hill was assigned to Engine 31, was one of two firefighters critically injured when the roof collapsed during a fire at the Pilgrims Hope Baptist Church at 3084 Woodrow Street at 1:58 p.m. on December 26, 1992. He was trapped beneath debris and severely burned. He was transported to the Burn unit at the Regional Medical Center, where he died on January 4, 1993. J. D. Hill, 45, had been with the department for 22 years. He was the father of two children.

Joseph A. Boswell

Private Boswell was assigned to Engine 26, was one of two firefighters critically injured when the roof collapsed during a fire at the Pilgrims Hope Baptist Church at 3084 Woodrow Street at 1:58 p.m. on December 26, 1992. He was trapped beneath debris and severely burned. He was transported to the Burn unit at the Regional Medical Center, where he died on January 11, 1993. Anthony Boswell, 32, had been with the department for eight years. He was the father of five children.

James T. Swindle

Firefighter Swindle was killed when his tanker overturned when water shifted en route to a brush fire.