His mother, Judy Allgood-Hodge; father, Harold J Allgood; brother, Christopher Allgood; and stepfather, Wayne Hodge
Firefighter Allgood was riding on the tailboard of a fire apparatus responding to a call. While en route, another firefighter responding to the same call in his personal vehicle struck the apparatus in the rear. Firefighter Allgood's mother was driving the apparatus and his stepfather was in the Captain's seat. He died in his parents' arms at the scene.
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There are 2 tributes for Firefighter/EMT Harold Bradley Allgood.
November 15th comes all too quickly every year. It will be fourteen years this Thursday since my heart was broken. The lose of you took part of my soul that I just cannot seem to get back and don't ever expect to. I miss your sense of humor, your smile, seeing you grow into a wonderful young man I was so proud to call my son, but most of all I miss hearing your voice. We know how you loved us and the fire service. I will never forget the fun we had during Crusade for Children each year.
Your work as a firefighter, EMT, Civil Air Patrol, Emergency Management, and of course, working with the disabled shows your dedication to mankind. Your heart was always in the right place and that speaks volumes for the wonderful person you really were. Twenty-one short years, but you always made a difference in a positive way.
You helped make my life complete and I miss you so very much.
I will love you forever my son.