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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Captain Albert Torres dies of heart attack after working Saddle Ridge fire. He helped us rescue wildlife from the park

Captain Albert Torres, los angeles, park range, griffith park, california, cheryle torres, tip, death, died, saddle ridge, fire, october 12 2019, heart attack, coyote, owl, wildlife, wild animal, rescue, wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife rehabilitator, mary cummins, animal advocates, albert eddie torres, albert edward torres

UPDATE: Services on Monday at Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills.

https://www.dailynews.com/2019/10/26/services-for-beloved-la-park-ranger-set-for-monday/

ORIGINAL: 68 year old Captain Albert Edward Torres of Duarte, California died of a heart attack after working the Saddle Ridge fire in Los Angeles, California. He used to help us rescue ill, injured and orphaned wildlife from Griffith Park. He helped us rescue bald mangy coyotes and other wildlife. Such a loss for the parks and our wildlife. RIP November 8, 1951 - October 12, 2019. He is survived by his wife Cheryl and children, Liz Marie and Brian. Albert was a Senior Park Ranger II and an avid bird watcher.

Captain Albert Torres, los angeles, park range, griffith park, california, cheryle torres, tip, death, died, saddle ridge, fire, october 12 2019, heart attack, coyote, owl, wildlife, wild animal, rescue, wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife rehabilitator, mary cummins, animal advocates, albert eddie torres, albert edward torres


"A Los Angeles City park ranger who was working during the Saddle Ridge fire has died.

Capt. Albert Torres was patrolling the San Fernando city parks affected by the fire on Friday. Later, Torres said he wasn’t feeling well and collapsed.

He was taken to the hospital and died of a heart attack early Saturday morning.

LA Park Ranger Chief Joe Losorelli says it is unclear if Torres’ death is connected to the fires.

Torres had been with the LA City Park Rangers for about 40 years."

He is survived by his wife Cheryl Torres and children, Brian and Liz Marie. They'd been married since 1991.

Captain Albert Torres, los angeles, park range, griffith park, california, cheryle torres, tip, death, died, saddle ridge, fire, october 12 2019, heart attack, coyote, owl, wildlife, wild animal, rescue, wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife rehabilitator, mary cummins, animal advocates
Captain Albert Torres, los angeles, park range, griffith park, california, cheryle torres, tip, death, died, saddle ridge, fire, october 12 2019, heart attack, coyote, owl, wildlife, wild animal, rescue, wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife rehabilitator, mary cummins, animal advocates

Captain Albert Torres, los angeles, park range, griffith park, california, cheryle torres, tip, death, died, saddle ridge, fire, october 12 2019, heart attack, coyote, owl, wildlife, wild animal, rescue, wildlife rehabilitation, wildlife rehabilitator, mary cummins, animal advocates, albert edward torres, albert eddie torres


https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2019/10/13/40-year-employee-of-la-city-park-rangers-dies-of-heart-attack-after-working-saddle-ridge-fire


Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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