In Sympathy.

Those who we have lost as Line of Duty Deaths here in the WNCAFF.

Each set of turn out gear, each badge, each name has a story. A story of a husband, wife, brother, daughter, who lost their life doing a job they love.

If a name needs to be added, pease contact Joey Webb or Rick Wood


W.B. Glenn 7/1/1914 Charlotte Mecklenburg
George W. Spittle 3/10/1917 Charlotte Mecklenburg
W. Graham Cathey 2/28/1928 Charlotte Mecklenburg
R.E. Mendenhall 5/17/1928 Charlotte Mecklenburg
Joe S. Westnedge 3/16/1934 Charlotte Mecklenburg
Pruitt Black 4/1/1934 Charlotte Mecklenburg
William L. Neely 11/15/1936 Statesville Iredell
Lawrence L. Kerley 8/21/1942 Waynesville Haywood
Harry L. Williams 10/20/1944 Asheville Buncombe
Floyd Jackson 5/5/1950 Hendersonville Henderson
James M. Munday 3/6/1955 Charlotte Mecklenburg
Gus Werhan 12/9/1963 Asheville Buncombe
Arthur W. Duckett 3/7/1966 Asheville Buncombe
Marshall Pettus 3/19/1968 Charlotte Mecklenburg
Joseph P. Jenkins 7/8/1971 Salisbury Rowan
Rhett S. Gulledge 6/18/1963 Harrisburg Cabarrus
Herbert D. Garmon 11/30/1973 Mooresville Iredell
Robert E. Kilpatrick 9/9/1974 Bervard Transylvania
Jimmie R. Trent 11/3/1975 Asheville Buncombe
Danny R. Owens 12/9/1976 Newland Avery
Marvin L. Honeycutt 1/29/1977 Shepards Iredell
Billie R. Fullbright 7/12/1977 Ranlo Gaston