Robbie Davis

On December 10th, 1990, Firefighter Davis was returning home from the fire station in his personal vehicle after fighting a vehicle fire. While enroute home, he lost control of his vehicle, struck a tree and was fatally injured.

David A. McCollum

There is no profile listed for this fallen firefighter.

David Ellis Pratt

Submitted by his son, J. Kevin Pratt

My father, David Ellis Pratt was a founding member of the Flat Creek-Bethesda Fire Department(now the Williamson Fire & Rescue). He helped to establish the Fire Department and organize our First Responder Program. My dad was A Lieutenant in the Department and established the Jr. Firefighter Program. He died in the line of duty after responding to a medical call, which he had a heart attack in the driveway after the patient was transported, on March 13, 1989, at the age of 50.

Eddie D. Diviney

Eddie Daryl Diviney, born January 16, 1953, was hired at the Nashville Fire Department on May 1, 1978 and was assigned as a Firefighter II to Truck 9. He experienced a heart attack at the fire hall April 28, 1989 after returning from a call previously in the day.

Alex J. Sparks

He was fatally shot on 2/19/1988 and buried with full honors from the Bellevue Fire Department.

George H. Carathers Sr.

There is no profile listed for this fallen firefighter.

Charles J. Berry

Charles J. Berry joined the Kingsport Fire Department in 1966. He was promoted to Engineer in 1970 and Captain in 1983. On January 5th, 1988, while responding to a structure fire, he and his crew were involved in a crash on an icy road. Captain Berry was critically injured and lost to us all.

James Clayton George

James George served on the Shelbyville Fire Department from 1968-1970 and 1971 to 1987. He had attained the rank of First Driver/Engineer. On August 27, 1987, James suffered a massive heart attack, as he prepared to make entry into a structure fire.

Bobby Gene Blackley

Lieutenant Blackley was assigned to Engine 2, was one of three firefighters seriously injured when a wall collapsed during a fire at the Design-Spec Seating Company at 338 Hernando Street at 5:27 a.m. on February 25, 1987. He was transported to the Regional Medical Center where he died. The deliberately set fire began in a nearby vacant house and spread to the seating company. Lt. Bobby Blackley, 47, had been with the department for twenty-five years. He was married and the father of five children.

Carl A. Bettis

There is no profile listed for this fallen firefighter.