Fallen Duenweg Fire Chief to be honored Saturday

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DUENWEG, Mo. — The State of Missouri is honoring fallen firefighter in a virtual ceremony Saturday, including Chief J Allyn Reding from the Duenweg Volunteer Fire Department. Chief Reding  died of a heart attack in July, 2019 after responding to a structure fire. He was 63.





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