Brother when you weep for me
Remember that it was meant to be
Lay me down and when you leave
Remember that I'll be at your sleeve
In every dark and chocking hall
I'll be there as you slowly crawl
On every roof in driving snow
I'll hold your coat and you will know
In cellars hot with searing heat
At windows where gates you meet
In closets where young children hide
You know I'll be there by your side
The house from which I now respond
Is overstaffed with heroes gone
Men who answered one last bell
Did the job and did it well
As firemen we understand
That death's a card dealt in our hand
A card we hope we never play
But one we hold there anyway
That card is something we ignore
As we crawl across a weakened floor
For we know that we're the only prayer
For someone that might be there
So remember as you wipe your tears
The joy I knew throughout the years
As I did the job I loved to do
I pray that thought will see you through
EAST PROVIDENCE FIREFIGHTERS MEMORIAL - STATION 4
IN MEMORY OF OUR DEPARTED  BROTHERS AND SISTERS
IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE IN THE LINE OF DUTY
FIREFIGHTER LEONARD A. ANDERSON
ENGINE COMPANY 1
JULY 11, 1927
FIREFIGHTER ARTHUR H. RING
ENGINE COMPANY 1
OCTOBER 21, 1938

FIREFIGHTER JOSEPH M. HANDFIELD
LADDER COMPANY 3
JANUARY 15, 1947
LIEUTENANT ROBERT A. McPHERSON
ENGINE COMPANY 2
JULY 10, 1957
Department Chaplains
Reverend John Unsworth   Reverend Campbell Lovett