PENN WYNNE, Pa. (CBS) – Just days after a Penn Wynne firefighter died battling a house fire on his final shift, Lower Merion Township and its residents continue to honor his memory. Sean DeMuynck died Sunday while fighting a fire on Rosedale Road. 

The Canadian native was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital hours after the fire. According to the township, it was his final shift before he and his wife planned to move back to Canada the following day.

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On Wednesday, an escort took DeMuynck’s body from the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office to a funeral home in Delaware County.

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The Penn Wynne – Overbrook Hills Fire Company created a fundraiser for DeMuynck’s wife, Melissa. As of 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, they have raised more than $15,000.

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