By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Funeral services were held Monday for a 56-year-old Philadelphia firefighter who died suddenly after his shift. A tribute was held Sunday for Lt. Charles Grover.

He was a beloved member of the Philadelphia Fire Department who died last weekend. He was honored with a processional motorcade for his final ride through the city he served.

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The lieutenant died last Sunday, less than 24 hours after serving his shift for Ladder 31 in Northeast Philadelphia.

Grover was named firefighter of the year in 2007.

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He was a 32 year veteran of the department.