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Chris Fields

Outside Sales Representative

Casco Industries , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (318) 865-5107

Direct Phone: (405) ***-****direct phone

Email: c***@***.com

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Casco Industries , Inc.

607 West 62Nd Street

Shreveport, Louisiana,71106

United States

Company Description

Casco Industries, Inc. has been in business for over 50 years. Casco is a family-owned business and is in its second generation of ownership. The company originally started with Warren E. Schaumburg selling American La France fire trucks in 1950 through C & S ...more

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Employment History

Major and Station Officer 35 C

Oklahoma City Fire Department


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Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields holds Baylee Almon, an infant who was thrown from a day care center inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building when it was attacked on April 19, 1995. A truck loaded with explosives parked outside the building ignited, killing 168 people, including Baylee. The day before the bombing, she had celebrated her 1st birthday. Charles Porter IV heard the blast from a nearby bank where he worked, rushed to his car and took his Canon camera out of the trunk, said Buell. Porter made the picture just moments later. He shot it with Kodak color negative film. His camera was equipped with a 70mm to 200mm zoom lens. Exposure details are unknown. Porter won the Pulitzer Prize in 1996.
Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields holds Baylee Almon, an infant who was thrown from a day care center inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building when it was attacked on April 19, 1995. A truck loaded with explosives parked outside the building ignited, killing 168 people, including Baylee. The day before the bombing, she had celebrated her 1st birthday. Charles Porter IV heard the blast from a nearby bank where he worked, rushed to his car and took his Canon camera out of the trunk, said Buell. Porter made the picture just moments later. He shot it with Kodak color negative film. His camera was equipped with a 70mm to 200mm zoom lens. Exposure details are unknown. Porter won the Pulitzer Prize in 1996. 1996: Oklahoma City bomb victim - Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields holds Baylee Almon, an infant who was thrown from a day care center inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building when it was attacked on April 19, 1995.


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Oklahoma City Fire Department Capt. Chris Fields carries 1-year-old Baylee Almon, one of 168 people killed in the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, on April 19, 1995.
Oklahoma City Fire Department Capt. Chris Fields carries 1-year-old Baylee Almon, one of 168 people killed in the bombing of the Alfred Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, on April 19, 1995. (Charles H. Porter, Associated Press)


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Many suggested statues of angels, or one based on Charles Porter's photograph of firefighter Chris Fields cradling the body of Baylee Almon, killed the day after her first birthday.


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