Allan Layton Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you that Allan Layton, a life member of the East Whitehouse Fire Department, passed away recently. It is with a heavy heart that we share this news with you. This is an announcement that we are making with a heavy heart and a profound sense of regret. Since the East Whitehouse Fire Department was established in 1989, its volunteer members have been providing the residents of Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, with the necessary emergency response services ever since the department was established. The East Whitehouse Fire Department is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers.
There are approximately eight people working for the East Whitehouse Fire Department at this particular station at the moment. All of these people receive a salary for their work. This company makes its living from the following sector of the economy, which includes putting out fires and offering assistance to those who are in need of it. You can find it here. Because of the terrible news about Allan’s passing, I am unable to find any solace in the fact that I have lost someone. The majority of my adult life has been spent in the company of this one-of-a-kind gentleman, who I have had the honor of getting to know over the course of our time together. In this trying time, we want Allan’s family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers.
Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Please be assured that we are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. I wish and pray that he will be at peace for the entirety of eternity after he has passed away. Brother, I really do wish you the best of luck in everything that you do. Our Deepest condolences, Jim & Joann Reasoner. Alan was an extremely helpful member of the community who also made a number of important contributions. Since he was a young boy, he had always called this area of town his home, and he eventually worked his way up to become a dedicated member of the fire department in his community.