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Emma Hanglin

Also known as: Pat.

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Emma served 41 years in the Fire service, starting at the age of 18 as a telephone operator. She ended her career as Principle Fire Control Officer of the West Midlands. She was awarded the BEM and the MBE. She met the Queen twice, once when she received the MBE, and when the Queen visited the Fire service control after the 'Pub Bombings' in Birmingham. She was also awarded the Queen's Silver Jubilee medal. She was christened at Mount Pleasant church in Quarry Bank, and served that Church almost till the day she died. She had been Church treasurer, church Secretary, Church Steward and Sunday School teacher. She was a well loved person, and over 250 people attended her funeral service.

Added by: Ronald Hanglin on 11 April 2008.

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