* Capt. Phillippe Bazinet, 42. Born in Tabaskaville, Canada, he joined the department in 1900 and had been a captain on the Hose Company No. 4. He died on Dec. 24, 1909, when a wall collapsed at the Callahan Block fire at 274 Lisbon St.
* Thomas King, 28. He had been a substitute firefighter for a few weeks when, on Dec. 24, 1909, he was killed when a wall collapsed at the Callahan Block fire at 274 Lisbon St.
* Pvt. John B. Byrne, born in 1872 in County Kerry, Ireland. He joined the department in 1904 and became a clerk of Hose Company No. 1. He was thrown off a ladder and into the street on Feb. 8, 1910, during a building collapse at Main and Middle Streets. He died on Feb. 15 from his injuries.
* Pvt. Marcien Vallee, 27. Born in Lewiston in 1922, he was a veteran of WWII and joined the Lewiston Fire Department in 1948 . He died on July 7, 1949, when Lewiston and Auburn firetrucks collided at Court and Main streets in Auburn as both fire departments responded to a fire alarm. Another firefighter and an Auburn policeman directing traffic were also killed and several others were injured.
* Capt. Russell Tarr, 48. Born in Lewiston in 1901, he became a permanent member of the department in 1938 and was a captain at the time of his death. He died on July 7, 1949, when Lewiston and Auburn firetrucks collided at Court and Main Streets in Auburn.
* Capt. Willie Mailhot, 60. Born in Lewiston in 1904, became a permanent firefighter in 1938 and was a captain at the time of his death. He was run over by a Fire Department vehicle at a fire on Lowell Street on May 2, 1965.
* Private Paul Nadeau, born in 1913. He died of a heart attack on April 30, 1966, in the fire station, after battling fire at the Exchange Hotel on Chapel Street.
* Lt. Emilien Couture, born in 1926. He died of a heart attack while fighting a fire on Byron Avenue in 1967.
* Pvt. Gerard Desjardins, 35. He died on Sept. 8, 1982, when he was run over by a fire department vehicle while answering a false alarm.