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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Altoona, Pennsylvania Of Ireci a superhero blood drive1 Magazine 3 ticket 5> 3 Bellwood Antis girls basketball team loses in state quarterfinals a tickets 5 9 and under Alto nun i adults Facebook Altoona Mirror a copyright 2015 twitter subscribe 946-7480 saturday web All Access now included with i your paid subscription. March 14, 2015 senator upset about Psuy a planned speaker the associated press said Friday. A tilt decision to allow or. Dent activity fees and would not state College a Penn president pro tempore Joe Ayers to address your students use state funds. States president should cancel Stamati a Jefferson county and faculty in Light of his violent a they Are free to sponsor pro plans to have a co founder of the Republican told University pres past is difficult for me to recon Grams and speakers however violent anti War group the Dent Erie Barron in a letter he rile Quot Stamati wrote. Controversial w without censor weather underground speak on wants to know How much it is a University spokeswoman ship by the University Quot said Perm Campus next week the state costing the University to Host Bill said the appearances were Organ state spokeswoman Usa Power Senate a presiding officer Ayers next week. Sized by student Leaden with Stu see rus Page a6 More than 1,000 Honor firefighter Buck a had a Bright future teenager died after fighting Blaze by Russ of Reilly to Reilly Altoona Mirror. Com Clearfield towering fire truck ladders crossed Over Washington Avenue signifying the death of a firefighter in the line of duty. Cars slowly passed under an american Flag hanging where the tops of the ladders converged As they travelled the Road to a memorial service for Jeff Buck. At 18 years old. Buck was barely old enough to enter a burning building by Pennsylvania Law. A sometimes we forget there Are Young pimple with commitment Young people with passion a pastor Daniel osterhout of first Baptist Church in Curwensville said during the funeral service. Over 1,000 people filled the Clearfield area Junior senior High school gymnasium Buck s helmet and two roses were placed on his casket a photo of him was set up on one Side of the casket and a plaque presented to the family by the states fire commissioner was set up on the other Side. About 300 firefighters from departments in Clearfield and from As far As the Baltimore county fire department filled half of the gym. Neatly dressed somber faced teenagers and adults of the Clearfield area Community squeezed into bleachers at the other half. Their faces reddened and eyes welled with tears Many times throughout the prayerful memorial led by osterhout. A sea of about 300 people were seated in chairs in front of the casket. With Bucko a family up front. A the had a Bright future ahead of him a child on the Way a Lawrence township v Volunteer fire company fire chief Elliott Neeper said. Buck was a senior at Clearfield area High school and a member of the fire company. He died monday at a pm Altoona from critical injuries he Mirror photos by Gay m Barnet Brianna Munchak 4, salutes next to her Mother Stephanie Bradford As the funeral procession for firefighter Jeffrey Buck moves along Washington Avenue in Clearfield on Friday. Brianna dad Michael Munchak is a firefighter with station 8 in Clearfield and w As one of the firefighters who pulled Buck out of the House fire that later claimed Bucko a life. Suffered from timing trapped beneath a porch roof that collapsed during a March 3 House fire in the East end of Clearfield Borough. Buck was one of three firefighters on the porch roof when it collapsed. The other two suffered minor injuries. In his speech. Neeper thanked Bucko a family members for their sacrifice As loved ones of a Volunteer firefighter thanked them for a giving a part of at the end of the service the hundreds of people in the gymnasium stood until Bucko a family and All firefighters exited a private burial ceremony was held at Bradford cemetery. Mirror staff writer Russ o Reilly is at 94&j435. Carl Destefano left and Asa mosey of Greenwood Volunteer fire company attend the funeral of firefighter Jeffrey Buck at Clearfield area High school on Friday ret a water problem led to Power outage by William Kibler the Keith Hilltop Terrace Apa ments reopened to residents i afternoon Friday after Gettis clearance from inspectors Folio ing an evacuation Vernig wednesday because of me Twat that entered the basement Ai tripped the buildings main c Cuit breaker building owner Calib residential arranged Tor Anuran bus to pick up the Alme 30 residents the company h lodged in local hotels and w calling the rest of the 62 Eva Cuc whorl stayed with relatives friends to say they could cot Back said con pan All manager Man Kashmir about pm. See return Page a6 Phoenix Volunteer fire department former Volunteer threatens lawsuit by Sean Sauro s a a a a fill holidays a former area firefighter who threatened a Potenti ii Law it. Outside la Natl Charny Leydig a w to said he served As a Phoenix Volunteer fire department member for decades a said his membership was do charged in september before proper disciplinary heat mrs were held Leydig claimed hts discharge was a result of a personal vendetta Between him my Volunteer Fin chief ton v do or i though not getting into specifics. Dibona said a number of issues coupled w us lax Particia lion. Led to a member vote. Which resulted in Lead Ign a discharge lawsuit rage a3 c5-8 d5 at c2 d4 816 is i my i join now for 0 Down on a to alack card membership. Rem k 4, m t \ no a a planet a a fitness expires March 31, 2015 m 3240 pleasant Valley Boulevard a Altoona pay 814-283-8899

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