Dallas Fire-Rescue remembers firefighter who died after long COVID-19 battle
ByFunAsia 10 Sep 2021 10:35 AM 46
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Loved ones assembled Thursday to respect a Dallas fireman who passed on after a long fight with COVID-19.

Dallas Fire-Rescue gave full distinctions to David Leos.

He served 40 years with the division and was one of the city's longest-serving Latino firemen.

Likewise, his sibling presents with the office, said Leos frequently dealt with his more youthful kin and motivated him to take a similar profession.

"It wasn't simply dealing with us. During this time, Dave became dependable, turned into a pioneer, instructor, coach," said Lt. Marty Leos.

The 62-year-old drove the firing motor for DFR Station 41 in North Dallas. He's the division's first fireman to pass on from the Covid.

He leaves behind a spouse and eight youngsters.

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The Leos family said he had not been immunized.

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