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Images: Photos from Saturday’s Mayfield procession to honor Earl Hare, 91, who died in fire

A Mayfield fire truck passes in front of Earl Hare's home Saturday
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A Mayfield fire truck passes in front of Earl Hare's home Saturday

MAYFIELD – A procession totaling 155 vehicles proceeded past what was the home of Earl Hare Saturday to honor his memory, days after Hare died in a fire there.

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The sheriff’s department, fire department and others, including friends and community members joined in for the person recalled by one participant as a “wonderful, wonderful man.”

Our story: Procession honors Mayfield man, 91, who died in fire; Remembered for volunteerism, love of singing

Photos by our Peter R. Barber

Mayfield fire apparatus, part of a parade of 155 vehicles, head for Earl Hare’s home where he died PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Mayfield fire apparatus, part of a parade of 155 vehicles, head for Earl Hare’s home where he died after it caught fire PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A portrait of Earl Hare, who died after his home caught fire on State Route 30 in Mayfield earlier this week, is surrounded by family members PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A state police vehicle passes in front of the home of Earl Hare PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A portrait of Earl Hare, who died after his home caught fire on State Route 30 in Mayfield earlier this week, is surrounded by family members PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Motorcycles pass in front of Earl Hare’s home who died after his home caught fire PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A Mayfield fire truck passes in front of Earl Hare’s home PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Earl Hare’s niece Carole Madden hugs a supporter in front of the home he died in PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Earl Hare’s niece Kathy Madden holds flowers in front of the home he died PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Nadine Medina takes flowers from a passing motorist on State Route 30 PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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The remains of Earl Hare’s home where he died after it caught fire on State Route 30 in Mayfield earlier this week. PETER R. BARBER/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Our story: Procession honors Mayfield man, 91, who died in fire; Remembered for volunteerism, love of singing

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