Tripp Wooten Obituary, Death – I’m sorry to have to break the news to you, but Firefighter Paramedic for the MCFR Tripp Wooten has passed away. This news comes to you with a heavy heart, and I apologize for the inconvenience. Tripp departed this world on this day, the ninth of January in the year 2023. He is going to abandon his family, which consists of his wife and their two children.
After working as a fireman for a cumulative total of 14 years, Tripp was hired on by the Marion County Fire Rescue squad on December 15, 2006, bringing his years of experience in the field with him. Tripp received his diploma from the MCFR Career Academy Class of 2006 and then went on to serve in the armed forces before he was hired. Tripp was most recently assigned to our Lynne Station #4, but before that, he served for a significant amount of time as a member of the “Hames Road Hooligans” at our MCFR Belleview Station #18.
Most recently, Tripp was assigned to our Lynne Station #4. Tripp was a phenomenally talented free safety and player manager. He was the kind of guy who never met a stranger, and his sense of humor brought a smile to the face of everyone he came in contact with. He was the kind of person who never met a stranger.
According to the calendar, badge covers may be worn throughout the next thirty days that are in the allotted time period. It is mandatory for any and all members of the sworn personnel to wear uniforms of the Class “A” variety whenever they are present at any relevant services. (Black ties are recommended but not needed.)
The Departmental Funeral Contingency Plan has been implemented, and in order to continue with any planning, it will be necessary to follow the relevant protocols. It is the responsibility of the public information officer to ensure that the department is kept abreast of any newly discovered information as soon as it is discovered.