Lt. Charles Gallant North Hampton NH, Rye Fire Rescue Firefighter died at age 56

Lt. Charles Gallant North Hampton NH, Rye Fire Rescue Firefighter died at age 56

Charles Gallant Death – Rye Fire Rescue Firefighter Charles Gallant of North Hampton, New Hampshire has sadly passed away. He died on Friday 15th December 2023 leaving family, friends and colleagues at the ae of 56. He was confirmed dead through a post that says “It is with deep sorrow and profound respect that we announce the passing of Union Firefighter Lieutenant Charles Gallant, a devoted public servant who dedicated two decades of active duty to our community”. The actual cause of Charles Gallant’s death has not been revealed.

Charles Gallant  Career

Having served with Rye Fire Rescue for twenty years, Chuck was a devoted veteran. Over the course of his work, Chuck made it a priority to provide assistance to the community that was located along the New Hampshire Seacoast. Not only did he attend to emergencies in Rye, but he also volunteered a significant amount of time for organizations like the Rye Toy Bank and the MDA. He also held positions of prominence, including the position of President of the Local 4411 Union. His services went beyond only responding to local catastrophes.

Chuck received the Paul W. Sypek Medal of Valor in 2014 as a token of appreciation for the extraordinary bravery he displayed in the face of a dangerous circumstance. The recipients of this distinguished medal are first responders who have demonstrated extraordinary bravery in the face of grave peril.

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What you need to know about Charles Gallant

The heroic actions of Chuck were brought to light when he was able to save the life of a fellow firefighter at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Throughout the fifteen years that he served as Union President, Lieutenant Gallant, as he was commonly referred to, exhibited an unflinching commitment to building a spirit of brotherhood and sisterhood among his fellow employees. His leadership was characterized by an unwavering dedication to service, and he left an indelible effect not only on the community of Rye Fire Rescue but also extended beyond its borders.

He proved to be a compassionate friend, ever ready to lend an ear or offer assistance, always accompanied by his distinctive sense of humor. Chuck embodied exceptional character and integrity. His patience and teachings left a lasting impact on many.

Charles Gallant’s obituary will be released by the family

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