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Fire lieutenant Shannon still.
We've been farewell will fall on a thousand people more have to First United Methodist Church in -- -- -- -- How deeply he was loved by every want and it was it was a packed house.
Sharon Stone died from a twenty foot fall of the Rangers ballpark in Arlington Thursday night.
He fell over the -- it was you reached out through baseball cost up to him like Josh Hamilton.
The ball was for his six year old son Cooper who was up the game with his dad.
They talked about baseball -- they wanted to make sure that's at people people -- That this wasn't in the baseball -- -- his sign is that natural.
-- -- -- -- -- Not an actual baseball player and they just said that they were gonna continue to support -- His love for baseball that has his father -- one at that.
Firefighters came from almost every corner of the state the pay their respects and to honor one of their -- Most -- in the procession of close to a hundred fire trucks as -- led the way to lieutenant stones final resting place.
Firefighters were joined by the patriot guard riders who came to give their support.
Many in law enforcement also -- retirement community police community -- it.
Her brother you know and hundreds more from the community came here to pay their last respects to look -- though.
Those who attended the service spoke of how there was more laughter than tears because it was about Shannon stone's life.
And it was one that was live to the fullest and filled with happiness.
One of the things that was said in several times was that he really live live and this is just an unfortunate accident that.
Will in no -- taint their love for for the game hands and -- at the base at lovingly.
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