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    Unhappy In memory of Steve

    Steve Burns, an early firefighter and recent board member of W.R. Castle Fire & Rescue, passed away yesterday morning at the age of 74.

    Steve was a man of God, a fine neighbor, an inspiring friend, and a brother firefighter. Steve & his late wife Sybil never had children, but his caring and love were extended to everyone. He will be missed.

    Here's to Steve Burns, always near the heart of W.R. Castle Fire & Rescue. We love you, brother.

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    Brian-

    My best to you and your friends and you more the loss of your brother...
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    Sorry about your loss. I'm always at a loss for words at a time like this.

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    Kia Kaha Brother.
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    My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
    May we never forget our fallen, worldwide.

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    EastKyFF,
    My`condolence to you and your community for the loss of your dear friend/bro.
    To be remembered in this way,what an honor. He has left behind a legacy.

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    My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
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