2010 Brotherhood Ride Dedicated to Fallen Houston (TX) Firefighters

This year’s Brotherood Ride is dedicated to two Houston (TX) firefighters, Captain Harlow and Firefighter Hobbs, who responded to an early morning house fire on April 12, 2009 Easter morning. Upon arrival they were assigned to conduct a primary search for a reported possible victim. Captain Harlow and  Firefighter Hobbs died while performing the search. These firefighters made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the citizens of Houston, Texas. The Brotherhood Ride will honor them by riding bicycles from Tallahassee, Florida to Houston, Texas. The ride will leave Tallahassee on April 1, 2010. Ten days later, they will arrive in Houston after covering more than 850 miles on bicycles.

Ferrara Fire Apparatus, inc. is proud to be a sponsor of this year’s 2010 Brotherhood Ride. The Brotherhood Ride consists of firefighters, law enforcement officers, and emergency medical personnel. This group was formed to honor the nine fallen firefighters of the Charleston (SC) Fire Department that perished in the line of duty on June 18, 2007. Each year since the Brotherhood Ride honors unsung heroes from around the country by riding their bicycles from Florida to their hometown. The mission is to provide emotional and financial support to their families and friends, The ride takes place ap-proximately near the one year anniversary of their death, as a reminder the Brotherhood has not and will not forget them.


If you would like to make a donation, please make checks payable to:

Brotherhood Ride
P.O. Box 110862
Naples, FL 34108


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