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Posted @withregram • @fdny Today we lay to rest #FDNY Firefighter Timothy Klein, who made the Supreme Sacrifice on Sunday, April 24, 2022. View the full funeral service at 11am TODAY at facebook.com/FDNY ...

Posted @withregram • @fdny “This is an incredibly heartbreaking day for us, for the Department, for the family. Everything you hear about Tim Klein was he was the best Firefighter, the best son, the best brother, the kind of guy everybody relied on. His absence leaves a real hole in our hearts and certainly his family’s,“ said Acting #FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh, at today’s wake for FDNY Firefighter Timothy Klein. FDNY Lieutenant Robert Kittelberger of Ladder Company 170 said, " Tim made an impression on everybody he worked with, junior men who he trained and senior men who he impressed. He was a very big part of our firehouse; he was very dependable at a fire. This has been heartbreaking for us we are going to stick together and get through the next couple of days and take care of each other.” Acting Chief of Department John Hodgens said, " Tim was beloved at the firehouse; he did volunteer work in his community. It is a big loss and we are all feeling it. " Firefighter Klein, 31, was a six year veteran of the Department. Pictured at his graduation ceremony.

On Sunday, April 24th, Firefighter Klein responded to a 3–alarm fire at 108-26 Avenue N in Brooklyn and was critically injured while he was bravely fighting the fire. Firefighter Klein is the 1,157th member of the FDNY to die in the line-of-duty.
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Posted @withregram • @fdny Transportation and parking details for the funeral of #FDNY Firefighter Timothy Klein:

Friday, April 29, 2022 11:00 a.m.
Where: Church of St. Francis DeSales 129-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Belle Harbor, NY 11694

For those attending Firefighter Timothy Klein’s funeral, parking of personal vehicles and charter buses at Saint Francis DeSales Church and in the surrounding area will not be permitted. The NYPD will be preventing entry of all vehicles from Beach 122nd Street to Beach 145th Street and from Beach Channel Drive to Rockaway Beach Boulevard. Parking for personal vehicles and charter buses will be available at Jacob Riis Park. Entry to the park can be made via the Marine Parkway Bridge. Shuttle service will be provided from the parking lot at Jacob Riis Park to Saint Francis DeSales Church from 8:30 am until one hour after the final formation is dismissed. Shuttle drop off and pick up from the funeral will be at Beach 142nd Street and Newport Avenue.

Alternate transportation is available through MTA Subways & Buses and NYC Ferry service. For those utilizing the shuttle service and mass transit, masks will be required.
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Posted @withregram • @fdny “We build access ramps and help to make first responders’ homes handicap accessible. Timmy was on the board of The Fight for Firefighters Foundation. He was at every build; he was always up to help people. Timmy was our go to guy: he helped with fundraising, building, and so much of the behind the scenes work that goes into running a foundation. This not only a tremendous loss for the FDNY, but a big loss for our Foundation,” said #FDNY Lieutenant John Vaeth, on Firefighter Timothy Klein and his contributions to The Fight For Firefighters Foundation.

On Sunday, April 24th, Firefighter Klein responded to a 3–alarm fire at 108-26 Avenue N in Brooklyn and was critically injured while he was bravely fighting the fire. Firefighter Klein is the 1,157th member of the FDNY to die in the line-of-duty.

The @fdnyfoundation has created The Firefighter Timothy Klein Fund. All donations received to the FF Klein Fund will support two organizations that Firefighter Klein volunteered with: The FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation and The Fight for Firefighters Foundation. Both organizations assist active and retired FDNY members. To make an online contribution, please visit www.fdnyfoundation.org/donate or www.fightforfirefightersfoundation.com
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Posted @withregram • @fdny “I was lucky enough to call Timmy a cousin and a friend, I was lucky enough to grow up with him. Timmy had a positive impact on every person that he met. Timmy leaves behind his parents who adored him, three younger sisters who idolized him, a beautiful girlfriend who is devastated, and countless aunts, uncles, cousins and childhood friends. It is quite a loss inside and outside of the firehouse,” said FDNY Firefighter Keith Klein who was the cousin of FDNY Firefighter Timothy Klein. Firefighter Klein seen here at his sisters wedding.

On Sunday, April 24th, Firefighter Klein responded to a 3–alarm fire at 108-26 Avenue N in Brooklyn and was critically injured while he was bravely fighting the fire. Firefighter Klein is the 1,157th member of the #FDNY to die in the line-of-duty.

The @fdnyfoundation has created The Firefighter Timothy Klein Fund. All donations received to the FF Klein Fund will support two organizations that Firefighter Klein volunteered with: The FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation and The Fight for Firefighters Foundation. Both organizations assist active and retired FDNY members. To make an online contribution, please visit www.fdnyfoundation.org/donate.
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Posted @withregram • @fdny Posted @withregram • @fdnyfoundation The FDNY and FDNY Foundation mourn the tragic loss of FDNY Firefighter Timothy Klein of L170, who succumbed to injuries sustained while battling a 3rd alarm fire in Brooklyn on April 24. Firefighter Klein was a six-year veteran of the Department. He is the 1,157th member of the FDNY to die in the line-of-duty. A resident of Queens, Firefighter Klein is survived by his father, retired FDNY Firefighter Patrick Klein, his mother Diane, and his three sisters.

In honor of Firefighter Klein, the FDNY Foundation has set up the “FF Timothy Klein Fund.” All donations received to the FF Klein Fund will support two organizations that Firefighter Klein volunteered with: The FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation and The Fight for Firefighters Foundation. Both of these organizations assist active and retired FDNY members.

To make a donation to the FF Timothy Klein Fund, please visit: https://www.fdnyfoundation.org/donate/. Under Fund, please select “FF Timothy Klein Fund.”
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Posted @withregram • @fdny WAKE & FUNERAL INFORMATION FOR #FDNY Firefighter Timothy Klein

Wake
When: Thursday, April 28 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: McManus Funeral Home 4601 Avenue N, Brooklyn, NY 11234

Funeral
When: Friday, April 29, 2022 11:00 a.m.
Where: Church of St. Francis DeSales 129-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Belle Harbor, NY 11694
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