Saying goodbye to a brother

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Tanner Redick is carried unter the Canadian Flag to the Alvinston Cemetery on the restored Alvinston antique fire truck Friday.
Firefighters from across Ontario, family and friends gathered to say goodbye to Brooke Fire Rescue volunteer Tanner Redick Friday.
He died a week ago in an accident on Petrolia Line.
Redick had just began a job with the Six Nation Fire and Emergency Service; the people he worked with there were also part of the ceremony at the Brooke-Alvinston-Inwood Community Centre.
Redick, 20, continued to serve as a volunteer at the Alvinston station.

Firefighters salute as the body of Tanner Redick is carried to the Alvinston cemetery Friday.

Photos by Chrystal Bressette

4 Responses to “Saying goodbye to a brother”

  1. melissa huxted

    he will forever be missed by all….He was a good guy and he helped us all..u will be missed forever man R.I.P

  2. Jan Drogemuller

    I am so so sorry for this terrible tragedy. Too young. May your hearts heal with time. Sincerest condolences. 💔

  3. Rien van Lieshout

    We are thinking about the family, frend’s and fellow firefighters.
    It looks like a verry impressive goodbye from this young man Tanner.

    Rien van Lieshout

  4. Pete

    My heart’s and prayers are with the family. I knew your uncle Doug redick when I lived in alvinston at one time