Justin Bower Kinnelon NJ, Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company Lieutenant Has Died

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Justin Bower Death – Justin Bower, a resident of Butler, New Jersey, and a Lieutenant with the Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company has sadly passed away. He was confirmed dead by Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company in a social media publication that read “It is with heavy hearts and deepest regrets that we announce the passing of Lieutenant Justin Bower. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace brother. We’ll take it from here.”

Who was Justin Bower?

Justin Bower was a resident of Butler, New Jersey, and a Lieutenant with the Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company. He was a deeply committed Volunteer willing to risk everything for the residents of the borough of Kinnelon. He was a good friend, a good soul, and someone who conquered obstacles in his own life to finally climb the ladder of success. He was a loving husband to his wife Jen Avato Bower and a devoted firefighter and friend to so many.

He was an amazing person who was known for being very smart and quick on his feet. He was not scared of anything, so he went after everything without fear. Justin always made people laugh because he had a great sense of humor that made any place better. He stood out because he was honest and cared about other people. He always went the extra mile to make people feel special.

Tribute to Justin Bower

West Milford Fire Dept. Public Information extends its condolences in a social media publication that read “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company as well as the family and friends of Lt. Justin Bower during this difficult time. Rest In Peace Lieutenant, it was a pleasure working with you and you will be missed.”

“Rest in peace Lt. Justin Bower, it’s crazy it has been a year since we were in the academy taking FF2 together but during those few months everyone grew a bond, you were always a jokester while gearing up for practicals and can’t forget the sandwiches you always brought in before class.” JohnMichael DeSimone wrote. “No matter what that patch says on the back of your turnout jacket we are all brothers and sisters. May you rest in peace brother, prayers to the family and friends of the Kinnelon Volunteer Fire Company.”

Justin Bower’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.

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