He died last Wednesday at a Kansas City area hospital, from a duty related injury.
Chief Darr served the community for 34 years and was truly dedicated to his services.
"He's loved by the community, by many people. He's mentored numerous firefighters and emergency medical technicians and paramedics through his career, and he means a lot to a lot of folks. We're wanting to make sure we give the respect and honor to man that deserves it," said Corey Sloan.
The funeral is Monday, Sept. 9, at 10 a.m., at Calvary Baptist Church.