Fire Fighters Association of Missouri


Firefighter Memorial in Kingdom City

The Fire Fighters Memorial Foundation of Missouri is located in Kingdom City, Missouri.

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2018 Memorial Services – Kingdom City

Candlelight Service – May 19, 2018  9:00 pm

Sunday Morning Service – May 20, 2018   10:30 am

Both events will be held rain or shine

If rain prevents activity at the memorial it will move to the Auxvasse Elementary School, five miles North of Kingdom City off Highway 54. It is the first overpass going North from the memorial and you can see the school off to the West when taking the exit ramp.


Fire Fighters Memorial Foundation of Missouri

The Fire Fighters Memorial is located in Kingdom City, Missouri and is dedicated to and honors those who have fallen in the line of duty. There are many who are recognized on the Wall of Honor and this beautiful site shows our gratitude to those who have given the ultimate sacrifice. For more information about Line of Duty and Distinguished Service additions to the wall, click here.

Our Efforts to Complete the Memorial Continues

Although the Memorial is in use, funds are still being collected to pay for  and maintain the site.  The Fire Fighters Memorial Foundation of Missouri is also calling on the Missouri fire service to help in the effort to construct the Educational and Historical Preservation Center alongside the Memorial.  Please see below for donation and sponsorship opportunities.

Memorial Foundation Board

Vice ChairKenneth
TreasurerDr. Ron Baker 573-220-8344
MembersGreg Carrell
Greg Wright 660-415-7990
Ben Bonner 417-231-3039


Your tax deductible contribution will help pay for and maintain the Memorial to the Fire Fighters of Missouri that truly captures the spirit of the fire service – past, present and future.

Many opportunities for donations are available.  Donation forms are located on the right of your screen.


Thank You for Your Donation and Continued Support

Missouri Fire Service Funeral Assistance Team

mofirefuneralWhen a line of duty death occurs, and on request of the agency sustaining the loss, the team would be deployed immediately. The team serves in a behind the scene capacity and offers suggestions based on what the department needs are, as well as, the needs of the firefighter family. Team members have a timeline of things that need to be done within hours of the tragedy to insure the ability to maximize benefits and assist the agency with some of the necessary legalities that occur with a line of duty death. The team stays in place at the agency, sometimes for several days, usually until the funeral services are completed. The duties of the team do not end there, they provide information to the department on an as needed basis to assist the family and department beyond the funeral services.