Area firefighters are mourning the death of one of their own, Chief Jack McCutchen, Sr., who passed away Saturday.
He was a career firefighter who served as Savannah fire captain for 29 years, then took over as chief of the Montgomery Fire Department, a division of Southside Fire.
Chief McCutchen was remembered yesterday with a candlelight ceremony at the fire station on Shipyard Road.
Visitation is today from 2pm until 8pm with the funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2. Both will be at Fair Haven Funeral Home on Highway 80 west in Chatham County.
Chief McCutchen was just shy of turning 57-years-old.
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