Cleveland Fire Department Station 4/Battalion 3
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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ended Oct. 31; however, multiple organizations in Cleveland and Bradley County continue to support the cause. During the month, members of the Cleveland Fire Department Station 4/Battalion 3 and family members showed their support by decking out in bright pink T-shirts. From left are Kim Van Dusen, Pete Van Dusen, Christian Van Dusen, Cody Hicks, Chris Pennell, Henley Ledford, Larry Hafley, T.J. Smith and DeeAun Leamon. Kim Van Dusen, far left, who is holding her husband Pete’s hat, is recovering from breast cancer and DeeAun Leamon, far right, who is holding her son TJ’s hat, is a two-time survivor of breast cancer. The photo was contributed by Brittany Mowery.
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ended Oct. 31; however, multiple organizations in Cleveland and Bradley County continue to support the cause. During the month, members of the Cleveland Fire Department Station 4/Battalion 3 and family members showed their support by decking out in bright pink T-shirts. From left are Kim Van Dusen, Pete Van Dusen, Christian Van Dusen, Cody Hicks, Chris Pennell, Henley Ledford, Larry Hafley, T.J. Smith and DeeAun Leamon. Kim Van Dusen, far left, who is holding her husband Pete’s hat, is recovering from breast cancer and DeeAun Leamon, far right, who is holding her son TJ’s hat, is a two-time survivor of breast cancer. The photo was contributed by Brittany Mowery.
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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ended Oct. 31; however, multiple organizations in Cleveland and Bradley County continue to support the cause. During the month, members of the Cleveland Fire Department Station 4/Battalion 3 and family members showed their support by decking out in bright pink T-shirts. From left are Kim Van Dusen, Pete Van Dusen, Christian Van Dusen, Cody Hicks, Chris Pennell, Henley Ledford, Larry Hafley, T.J. Smith and DeeAun Leamon. Kim Van Dusen, far left, who is holding her husband Pete’s hat, is recovering from breast cancer and DeeAun Leamon, far right, who is holding her son TJ’s hat, is a two-time survivor of breast cancer. The photo was contributed by Brittany Mowery.