Procession held for HFD firefighter Kenneth Stavinoha, who died after medical emergency
HOUSTON – A procession was held Monday for firefighter Kenneth Stavinoha, who died Saturday after an apparent heart attack at Station 27, according to the Houston Fire Department.
The procession began at 2 p.m. when Stavinoha's body was moved from the Harris County Medical Examiner's Office to Klein Memorial Park.
A Wall of Honor was formed at the Medical Examiner's Office with the HFD Honor Guard.
Houston police escorted his body in the following route:
• Old Spanish Trail to 288
• 288 to I-45 North
• I-45 North to Sam Houston Tollway (Beltway 8)
• Beltway 8 to FM 249 North
• FM 249 North to FM2920 (W. Main)
• 1400 W. Main
HFD and neighboring departments' apparatus were parked along the route.
Stavinoha had been a member of the Houston Fire Department since January 2018.
The medical examiner said he died of "acute coronary thrombus due to atherosclerotic and hypertensive cardiovascular disease."
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