Victor Todor Death, Obituary – The esteemed Retired Captain Victor Todor’s passing brought the Dearborn Fire Department into a state of shock, and the department is currently in a state of deep mourning. He had served with the organisation for a considerable amount of time already. Captain Todor started his career in the fire service in 1953, when he joined the Dearborn Fire Department. He remained with the department until 1985, when he retired with the rank of Captain after having worked for the department for a combined total of 31 years and 7 months. The crews that Captain Todor oversaw at Fire Station 3 held a great deal of respect for him, and he had a reputation for keeping a “tight ship.”
Captain Todor was never too far away and was always willing to lend a helping hand whenever it was needed. Whenever assistance was required, he was there to provide it. Many people have a distinct recollection of Captain Todor as the “red-haired, brush-cut firefighter” who worked the crowd at Dearborn’s Homecoming for a number of years in order to assist in the collection of donations for the Burn Drive Corn Booth. During those years, he worked the crowd in order to collect money for the Burn Drive Corn Booth. During that time period, he solicited donations from the attendees in order to raise funds for the Burn Drive Corn Booth. In addition to this, Captain Todor was the Treasurer of the Firefighters’ Union for an unprecedented 18 years.
This position was held by Captain Todor. On a more personal level, I consider it to have been an amazing opportunity to have had the chance to get to know Captain Todor. This is something that I consider to be an incredible privilege. In spite of the nearly two decades that separated his retirement and the beginning of my employment with the Department, he never failed to make time to talk to me at any of the events that we both attended. In fact, he never failed to make time to talk to me at any of the events that we both attended. In point of fact, he never missed an opportunity to engage in conversation with me at any of the events that we both went to.
It was abundantly clear to me how much he treasured the time that he spent with our department and with us during the few conversations that we had together. During this difficult time, we want the family, friends, and coworkers of Captain Todor to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. We will be indebted to him forever for the 31 years of devoted service he provided to the Dearborn Fire Department, and we thank him from the bottom of our hearts.