A memorial service for former Fire Chief Jeffrey Cammack, who passed away last week at the age of 62, will be held this Friday beginning at 11, at the Anah Shriners, 1404 Broadway, in Bangor.

Maine Governor Janet Mills has ordered both United States and State of Maine flags to be flown at half-staff in Bangor during the day, Friday, January 3rd, to honor the Chief who served the City well for many years.

"Chief Cammack protected the health and safety of Maine people for more than thirty years with the Bangor Fire Department. Following his retirement, he continued to serve our State through the Maine Fire Chiefs' Association where he advocated for our first responders before the Legislature. His service represents the best of Maine and is a testament to the unmatched dedication of our first responders," said Governor Janet Mills. On behalf of the people of Maine, I express my deepest condolences to Chief Cammacks loved ones, his fellow firefighters, and the people of Bangor as they grieve this loss.

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