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Long-Time L2819 Member Paul Stewart Remembered
Posted On: Mar 06, 2013

It’s with great sadness that Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue announces the passing of longtime member and former Training Division Chief Paul Stewart. Chief Stewart began his career as a Paramedic / Firefighter with Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue in February of 1980. He was eventually promoted to Paramedic / Lieutenant and then in July of 2000 he became a Captain. Three years later Stewart was promoted as a Battalion Chief and soon thereafter was named Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue’s Division Chief of Training.

 

At the time of his passing he was the Volunteer Program Manager and Grant Manager for the District.

 

Chief Stewart was a 1972 graduate of Central Kitsap High School. He’s survived by his wife and three children. He loved spending his time kayaking and with his family.

At this time plans for a memorial service are pending. Please check back (www.ckfr.org) for further information as it becomes available.


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