Albert Allen Dale, Local Firefighter and Veteran has Died, He Was 66 (VIDEO)

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Monday March 30, 2015
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Albert Allen Dale, Local Firefighter and Veteran has Died, He Was 66

FullSizeRender (7)Retired local Firefighter, Albert Allen Dale, age 66, of Springfield, passed away Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at Alive Hospice Skyline Madison Campus. Funeral services were held today at the Greenridge Church of Christ in Greenbrier. Albert was laid to rest at the KY Veterans Cemetery West in Hopkinsville but before that there was just one more stop to make.

The procession took a detour on it’s way to KY Veterans Cemetery, the route would take them down Central Ave in Springfield and right by the Springfield Fire Department where a very special salute to Albert was standing by. Smokey was there to capture it for you. 

Mr. Dale was born October 3, 1948 in Alliance, Ohio to the late Frank Albert Allen Dale, Jr. and Mrs. Wilma Maurice Stine Dale. He was a fireman, worked at Austin & Bell Funeral Home as a funeral attendant and was a member of the Greenridge Church of Christ.

Mr. Dale  is survived by his wife, Betty Aston Dale; son, Richard (Jennifer) Dale of Greenbrier; daughter, Amie (Jack) Newsom of Tullahoma; sister, Wilma (Ben) Carpenter of Alliance, Ohio; and grandchildren, Austin Dale, Alyson Newsom and Darren Newsom.

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  1. Sprungfield kid

    I remember being a kid and they took our Boy Scout troop to the fire hall. This guy and maynor schott were playing pool and cooking some food in the oven. It always gave me the impression that firemen got to play a lot and have a good time while working. Thanks for your service and example set for others.

  2. afootupyours

    He was a quiet gentle giant of a man, he was an awesome fire cheif and will be greatly missed. RIP Honorable Albert Allen Dale. May God give you rest.

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