Wife Leota; sons Patrick and Steven; daughter Cynthia and six grandchildren.
Shortly after they arrived on the scene at a highway construction site, six Kansas City firefighters died when two burning trailers loaded with several thousand pounds of a highly volatile ammonium nitrate/fuel oil mixture exploded. Along with Captain Gerald Halloran, Captain James Kilventon Jr. and Firefighters Thomas Fry, Luther Hurd, Robert McKarnin and Michael Oldham also died in the blast. In July of 1997, a jury convicted five individuals of setting the fire that caused the explosion. All five were sentenced to life in prison.
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