A memorial last call for Lt. Harold "Eddie" Moore II, 42, of the Jackson Fire Department, went out on Sunday from the Waldo County Regional Communications Center, thanking him for his 25 years of service and dedication to his community.

A celebration of Moore's life was held the same day at the Jackson Fire Station.

Moore died April 28 of an apparent heart attack at his home after returning from a fire call.

The fire occurred on Page Road in Jackson around 3:30 p.m., and Moore returned to the fire station and then went home around 6:30 p.m.

Jackson and Brooks ambulances responded to Moore's home at around 8 p.m., where they found him unresponsive. After resuscitation attempts, Moore was pronounced dead at the scene.

According to Firehouse.com, Moore’s wife, a certified nursing assistant at Tall Pines in Belfast, was one of the employees who tested positive for COVID-19 during an outbreak at the facility.

She had gone home to quarantine herself, and Moore had joined her. Together, the couple quarantined for more than three weeks. While in quarantine, Moore did not respond to any emergency calls.

On Aug. 17 the Communications Center dispatcher said, "Waldo-com to Jackson 113 — negative contact."

"Lt. Eddie Moore of Jackson Fire Department answered his last call April 28, 2020… You will forever be missed. Rest easy, Lieutenant, we will take it from here. Waldo-com clear 12:01."