Dennis Smith, Firefighter Who Wrote Best Sellers, Dies at 81

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Dennis Smith was a teenage hellion and high school dropout. He enlisted in the Air Force, returned to New York three years later and joined the Fire Department. While earning bachelor's and master's degrees at night, he turned his experiences into books and a magazine. He was the founding chairman of the New York City Fire Museum.
4 months ago·New York, United States

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Dennis Smith, Firefighter Who Wrote Best Sellers, Dies at 81

“Report from Engine Co. 82” was the first of his 16 books. He also started Firehouse magazine and was the founding chairman of the New York City Fire Museum.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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