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Local elected officials react to passing of KCFD captain | News

It breaks our hearts to announce the death of Captain Brian Falk. As a 20-year veteran of the Kern County Fire Department, Captain Falk demonstrates public service ideals through the protection of the lives and property of Kern County residents through his negligence. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with his family, friends and colleagues.

– District 2 Kern County Supervisor Zack Scrivner

I am saddened to learn of the death of Captain Brian Falk, a 20-year veteran of the Kern County Fire Department. He lived a life dedicated to serving others and was known among the first responders for his energy and sense of humor. It is a very sad week for our community due to the second death in the last few days. Aiden Agnor, a KCFD seasonal firefighter, just 18 years old, had just graduated from Quartz Hill (High School) and was loved by everyone he knew. Judy and I send our condolences to Brian’s family and Aiden’s family, their friends, and the department colleagues.

– 23rd District Congress Kevin McCarthy, R-Bakersfield

I am deeply saddened to have lost captain Brian Falk. He served our Kern County community for 20 years with his carelessness, and everyone he met will lose. I am praying for her family, loved ones and the entire department at this difficult time.

21. Congress District Representative David Valadao, R-Hanford

Today, we deplore the loss of Captain Brian Falk. We honor Kern County’s lifelong dedication and service. Our community sends love and prayers to their loved ones and the entire Kern County Fire family.

– 34th District Councilman Vince Fong, R-Bakersfield

Captain Brian Falk dedicated his career and life to his community. On behalf of the state of California and our community, I extend my deepest sympathy to his family, loved ones and the entire Kern County Fire Department.

– 32nd District State Councilor Rudy Salas, of Bakersfield

I am deeply saddened to learn that Captain Brian Falk of the Kern County Fire Department has died in the duties he lost his life. Captain Falk served the citizens of Kern County for 20 years, and devoted much of his life to the service of his community. We are grateful for his years of service and sacrifice. May he do so through a community that has saved his heritage and served selflessly.

– 16th Senate District Senator Shannon Grove, R-Bakersfield

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