Welcome to the Wolf Pack Memorial

Our Memorial Wall honors ALL EMS, Fire, Police, Dispatch, Corrections and Healthcare professionals that have lost their lives, in the line of duty, suicide, accident or natural death. These individuals dedicated their lives to serving others, and we have dedicated this page in their memory.


Please feel free to email us a name, picture, and brief description of the person you would like to honor. They can be sent to Blake@wolfpacksupportservices.com

Memorial Wall

Shane Deines

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Shane Michael Deines was a FireMedic and SWAT Medic for the City of Longmont, Colorado. He served his country prior to his fire service on a submarine in the U.S. Navy. He meant the world to his family and his firefighter brothers and sisters. He was an incredibly intelligent man, having easily passed Paramedic School. He worked his way through the ranks from EMT and Firefighter to Paramedic, then to FireMedic, eventually he joined the SWAT team as their Medic. He is survived by his wife Nikki, son Duke, parents, siblings, and hundreds of friends and coworkers. He was the kind of man that would have given you the shirt off his back, had you needed it. Shane left a deep wound in the local EMS, Fire and Police communities with his passing, but his memory will live on forever through stories and friendships. Rest In Peace Shane, we have the watch from here on out.

James "Moose" Sewald

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Those of you who’ve had the pleasure of knowing Jimmy are reminded of his big stature and even bigger heart. He could fill a room with his warm personality and his friends would all agree he gave the best hugs you ever received.   Jimmy comes from a Denver Police family and had a remarkable 28-year career. He served in District Four patrol, more than a decade in Metro/SWAT and most recently assigned to Denver International Airport.

Cody "Cody Man" Mooney

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Cody Mooney, aka “Cody Man,” died March 2, 2019 at the young age of 31. He passed away due to complications from brain cancer surgery. Cody had the childhood dream of being a firefighter. His firefighter and EMS career spanned 15 years, beginning as a first responder, working his way through Emergency Medical Technician training and then Paramedic school as well as firefighting academy. Most recently, he worked as a FireMedic with Littleton Fire Rescue, where he saved many lives and created lifelong friendships. Cody is survived by his wife Emma, five children, Willow Barrett, Weston, Georgia and a baby girl due March 2019, and countless other family members and friends. He loved the outdoors, whether it was fishing, hunting, or exploring nature with his family. Cody donated his organs, helping save over 58 people even after his passing. Cody will be greatly missed. Rest Easy Brother, we have the watch from here on out.

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Let us honor your lost loved ones, friends and family.

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Let us honor your lost loved ones, friends and family.