Montgomery County Fire Department’s Battalion Chief Died

Tony Clayton (WTVQ News ABC 36)
Tony Clayton (WTVQ News ABC 36)
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Updated: 8/10/2013 11:57 pm

The Montgomery County Fire Department lost one of their own today.

Battalion Chief Tony Clayton passed away Saturday afternoon after a fight with leukemia.

His department posted this on their Facebook page:

“Tony touched the lives of not only the people of Montgomery County and the Fire Department where he worked, but across the state and country as well in his efforts as an eductor.”

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