Mulcahey, Former I.A.F.C. Secretary-Treasurer, Honored
James Mulcahey, former chief of the Yonkers, N. Y. Fire Department, who served for many years as secretary-treasurer of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, and who died last year at the age of 91, was honored on July 2nd when a bronze memorial placque was unveiled to his memory at Yonkers’ fire headquarters.
In addition to Yonkers civic and fire officials, the ceremonies were attended by leading fire chiefs and other dignitaries of Westchester County, including officials and members of the Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan of Westchester County, of which Chief Mulcahey was one of the founders.