Kyle Dawe Obituary – Death, Kyle Dawe Cause Of Death

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Kyle Dawe Obituary
Kyle Dawe Death – Obituary : The Guelph Eramosa Fire Department mourns the passing of a member, Kyle Dawe who had been an important part of the service for 30 years. The cause of his death has not been released at the time of his passing.
There are no other information as regards Dawe’s passing asides the reactions from friends and family on social media.
Societyalert learned about Dawe’s death on Facebook on 7th of July 2021.

Reactions OnΒ  Kyle Dawe’s Death :

The Guelph Eramosa Fire Department tweeted, ” Today we lost one of our brothers. This morning marked the end of watch for Kyle Dawe, who has been an important part of our fire department for 30 years.
Kyle was the most enthusiastic member and supporter of our fire department and to say that he will be missed is an extreme understatement. Kyle came to all of our training sessions, and would ride his bike to the hall every time the pager went off. He was the first to volunteer to help at our community events and worked tirelessly at them.
Responding to one of our own is the most difficult thing we can do, but we take comfort that Kyle was surrounded by his family as well as his fire family. Our most sincere condolences go out to the Dawe family.
Rest easy Kyle, we’ll take it from here. We will remember you always, Your family at the Guelph Eramosa Fire Department…”

Shannon-Lee LegateΒ  tweeted, ” If you lived in Rockwood, you probably knew this guy….. An absolute devastating loss. πŸ˜“Β  Loved Kyle, he always had a huge smile on his face every time you seen him and I was so happy to help anyone 😍 My deepest condolences to the Dawe family. Sorry for your loss πŸ˜₯ My heart goes out to the entire family in this time of sorrow. Please accept my warm and deepest condolences 😘 R.I.P. Kyle πŸ’” Fly high, your spirit will always be with us β€οΈπŸ˜‡…”

Matt Bouwmeester tweeted, ”With sad hearts we say goodbye to a great man and Freind. Kyle Dawe you were a staple of Rockwood since we were kids. You were the best story teller ever. The day we welded this light bar on your trailer and the smile you had will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace BUD!!!..”