The Yonkers Fire Department just lost a brother due to 911 related illnesses.
The Yonkers Fire Department lost another brother due to 911 related illnesses last year.
It seems that The Yonkers Fire Department is loosing 1 disabled fire fighter per year.
Someone, somehow, please tell me how these men are faking???????
Try walking in the shoes of the other disabled Fire Fighters before the “Keyboard Commando” gets the better of you!
If I could go back in time.
I will give you EVERYTHING I have if you can take the pain from my body.
I will give you EVERYTHING I have if you can take the cancer from my body.
If you could see the faces of my loved ones that I am lashing out to during “The Pain Times”, you would consider serving me a Kevorkian Cocktail.
Don’t you DARE lump all of the disabled Fire Fighters in with the very small percent of the questionably disabled Fire Fighters throughout this nation.
I do not need recognition, insults, nor praise. I just need to be pain free, cancer free, psychologically free of demons, surgery free, and drug free (another potentially fatal outcome of opioid pain mitigation… drug addiction.)
I will not even mention weight gains for some and losses for others.
Everybody has a clock. Some tick faster then others.
Tell me where it says that I should give a flying F**k what anybody thinks or tries to investigate.
Just what I need though…. More stress for me and my family caused by bureaucratic imbeciles who haven’t a clue as to what they are doing and are egged on by the likes of you, the “Keyboard Commando”.
Neill S. Tyndal, Jr. a recently retired member of the Yonkers Fire Department died after battling a 9/11-related illness.
Neill S. Tyndal, Jr. was 48 years old. He was born in The Bronx on February 5, 1969. He was the son of Neill, Sr. and Mary Jane, husband of Rosemarie (nee McNeill), father of Matthew and Neill, brother of Anthony and John (and his wife, Catalina) and uncle of Angela, Jacqueline, Anthony, Jr., John Michael, Jayden and Sophia.
In his free time, he enjoyed boating with his children, as well as riding his motorcycle.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in his memory may be made to the Ronald McDonald House – www.rmhc.org.
A funeral mass was held on Monday, September 25 at 10:45 a.m. at St. Barnabas Church, 409 East 241st Street, in The Bronx; Interment followed at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 10 West Stevens in Hawthorne, NY.
The family was present on Saturday, September 23 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and will be present on Sunday, September 24 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m at F. Ruggiero & Sons, Inc., 732 Yonkers Avenue in Yonkers, NY.
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