LODD Funeral Services for Michael J. Chiapperini

 

 

Funeral services for West Webster (NY) Past Fire Chief  Michael J. Chiapperini

Watch live streaming of funeral of fallen hero, Lt. Mike Chiapperini

 
Lieutenant Mike Chiapperini, one of the heroes who died during the tragedy in Webster on Christmas Eve is being laid to rest Sunday. To watch  live stream of the funeral from WHEC.com, click here

Paying Respect to the our Fallen Brothers. Calling Services from Saturday in West Webster, New York. Photo by CJ Naum

Calling Services from Saturday in West Webster, New York. Photo by CJ Naum

 

Calling Services from Saturday in West Webster, New York. Photo by CJ Naum

  

Thousands of fellow firefighters and police officers, along with community members, family and friends have filled Webster Schroeder High School to remember this fallen hero.

Mike Chiapperini was a volunteer firefighter for the West Webster Fire Department for 25 years. He was also a past chief for the department. His service to his community didn’t stop there, also serving Webster as a police officer for nearly 20 years.

Lieutenant Chiapperini rose through the ranks with the department, serving as a dispatcher, then as a patrol officer and was promoted to lieutenant two years ago.

He is survived by his wife, Kimberly, son, Nicholas, and two daughters, Kacie and Kylie.

 

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