SAN DIEGO – Nearly $ 37,000 was raised for a family of firefighters ahead of the first responder’s funeral this weekend.
The Lake Fire Department announced the death of 27-year-old Anthony Kano earlier this week, saying the dedicated firefighter’s beloved father had died suddenly on July 8 for unknown reasons.
Lakeside Fire said Kano loved being a firefighter and dreamed of becoming one. He grew up on Lake Elsinore and graduated from Lakeside High School in 2011.
Kano got his dream job with the Lakeside Fire Department in 2017, and his last assignment was at Fire Station 3.
The agency notes that Kano was a seasonal firefighter for the U.S. Forest Service, but his favorite role was outside the department.
“While Anthony loved to be a firefighter, perhaps his favorite role was as a father to his two children, 7-year-old Kennedy and 2-year-old Shane. “He was a father figure to his girlfriend’s one-year-old Avery,” the agency said in a statement. he said.
The news release goes on to say that Kano was known as a charismatic, competitive, straightforward person who never made excuses. He loved to travel, introduced his children to that passion for travel to Europe, Japan, Japan, and Mexico.
On Saturday, the Canon will be awarded with honorary ceremonies of life և fire service. The march will begin at Lakeside Fire Station 2 at 10 a.m. Will end on May 5 at the Sonrise Community Church in Santi.
Cano services can be broadcast live on the church website and A foundation has been set up to help the Kano family“They asked for donations to help their children instead of flowers.
“Not only did his children lose their hero, their father, but they lost their main breadwinner,” said Lakeside Fire. “His brilliant presence in the community of his firefighters and the community he served will be truly missed.”
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