Forest Service Hispanic Employee Association Honors Pablo Cerda
Forest Service Hispanic Employee Association (FSHEA) honors the memory of fallen firefighter Pablo Cerda who passed away due to his injuries in the 2006 Esperanza fire in California. Engine 57 was burned over on October 26, and he passed away on October 31, 2006. He was 23 years old. His comrades honored him and his fellow crewmen in the Engine 57 Memorial page.
- KESQ.com News Services - Raymond Lee Oyler Sentenced to Die. En Español, Sentenciaron a la pena de muerte al autor del incendio Esperanza
- The Orange County Register - Local firefighter dies following Esperanza blaze
- CBS News/AP - Possible Break in Deadly SoCal Blaze - Fifth Firefighter Dies As Police Question Man Linked To Earlier Wildfires
- Senator Feinstein Press Release - President Signs into Law Legislation Allowing Donations to be Distributed to Families of Fallen Firefighters
Donations to the family
FSHEA is sending a donation on behalf of Forest Service Hispanic employees to Pablo's family.
- You can send cards and donations to:
- Pablo Cerda Family
11037 Warner Ave. No. 312
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
From the San Bernardino National Forest firefighter crews
In reference to the Sunday November 5, 2006 Memorial Services
Details about the wildfire can be read on the InciWeb Esperanza Wildfire page.