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Buckeye Valley Fire District Engineer passes away after battle with COVID-19

Buckeye Valley Fire District announced Monday evening that they lost an engineer after a battle...
Buckeye Valley Fire District announced Monday evening that they lost an engineer after a battle with COVID-19.(Buckeye Valley Fire District/Facebook)
Published: Feb. 8, 2022 at 7:07 AM MST
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BUCKEYE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Buckeye Valley Fire District announced Monday evening that they lost an engineer after a battle with COVID-19.

BVFD Engineer Brian Miiller lost his battle with COVID-19 after a month-long battle. In a Facebook post, BVFD says Miiller contracted the virus from a work-related exposure.

“Hired in 2007, Brian served many years for the Buckeye Valley Fire District and its citizens. He brought wisdom and a bright light to BVFD. He encouraged fitness and teamwork through impromptu games of frisbee, football, or dodgeball at the fire station. After a day of dominating at sports, he would continue his winning streak at the dinner table, crushing any eating competitions,” says BVFD.

Miiller is survived by his wife, Debra, and his two kids, Lauren and Jared.