The Daisy Mountain Fire Department is mourning the loss of Engineer Paramedic Michael David Dorsey, 33, who passed away in his home the morning of January 16th 2012. He leaves behind his wife Felisha, who is five months pregnant with their first child together.
Mike, formerly Michael Parks, was a 15 year veteran of the fire service. He has served as a member of the Daisy Mountain Fire Department for the last five years.
Mike’s death has come as a shock to the whole department. “It is difficult to put into words the sadness and emptiness that our organization is going through with the loss of our friend and colleague Michael Dorsey” said Daisy Mountain Fire Chief Mark Nichols. “He was a valued member and will be greatly missed. I know our organization is a better place for having had him here.”
An account has been established to help the Dorsey family.
Donations can be made at Chase Bank, account 2997857764, in the name of
“Daisy Mountain Firefighters Charities Association.”
To learn more or get more contribution details, please contact Dan Jarrett: 602-320-0616 / email@example.com
The Daisy Mountain Fire District was formed in 1988. It covers roughly 100 square miles, and serves roughly 50,000 citizens from the communities of Anthem, Desert Hills and New River, Arizona.
[post reworked courtesy of the Daisy Mountain Fire District and its press release.]