Remembering Joe Manuse: A Great Fire & Life Safety Educator and Friend Passes Away Unexpectedly

By | September 1, 2023



Death – Obituary News : Fire & Life Safety Educator Joe Manuse passed away unexpectedly on September 1, 2019. His fire prevention programs and memories continue to live on. Rest in peace, friend.

In Loving Memory: Joe Manuse, a Great Fire & Life Safety Educator


It is with deep sadness that we report the unexpected passing of Joe Manuse, a highly respected Fire & Life Safety Educator, on September 1, 2019. Joe’s untimely departure has left a void in the hearts of all who knew him, but his legacy as a dedicated professional and a cherished friend will forever be remembered.

Joe was a true hero in the field of fire prevention, tirelessly working to educate and raise awareness about fire safety. He dedicated his life to safeguarding the community, ensuring that everyone had the knowledge and tools to prevent fire-related incidents. Joe’s passion for his work was evident in his engaging programs and his ability to connect with people of all ages. Countless lives have been saved through his dedication and commitment to fire safety.

Beyond his professional achievements, Joe will be remembered for his warm-hearted nature and his unwavering support for his colleagues and friends. He was always there with a smile and a helping hand, willing to go the extra mile to assist those in need. Joe’s kindness and selflessness touched the lives of many, making him a beloved figure in the firefighting community.

As we mourn the loss of Joe, we find comfort in the knowledge that his fire prevention programs and the memories he created will live on. His impact on the community will continue to be felt for years to come, as his teachings and guidance have undoubtedly saved numerous lives.

The Gates Fire Department and the firefighting community as a whole have lost an extraordinary individual. We extend our deepest condolences to Joe’s family, friends, and colleagues during this difficult time. May Joe Manuse rest in peace, knowing that his legacy of fire safety education will forever be cherished..