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Steve Irwin Obituary: Steve Irwin, the hugely popular Australian television personality and conservationist known as the “Crocodile Hunter,” passed away on Monday after being stung by a stingray while filming off the coast of the Great Barrier Reef. He was 44. According to Irwin’s friend and colleague John Stainton, he was filming a segment for the series “Ocean’s Deadliest” at Batt Reef, which is located off the coast of remote northeastern Queensland state, when he swam too close to one of the animals, which have a poisonous bard on the end of their tails. Irwin was fatally bitten by the animal. According to Stainton, who was a passenger on Irwin’s boat at the time of the incident, “He came on top of the stingray, and the stingray’s barb went up and into his chest and put a hole into his heart.” Croc One’s crew performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the victim while en route to the nearby island of Low Isle, where they hoped to meet a rescue helicopter. They called emergency services in the closest city, which was Cairns. Stainton reported that when the medical staff arrived a short while later, they quickly determined that Irwin was no longer alive and pronounced him dead. Full Obituary

Irwin, Stephen Obituary, St. Thomas: Irwin, Stephen, a resident of St. Thomas, passed away without incident on Saturday, January 16, 2021 in the 78th year of his life at the L.H.S.C. Victoria Hospital. Beloved husband of Patricia Irwin before she passed away. Cherished father of Barb Irwin, Penny Irwin, Steve Irwin Jr., and Kim McCaw (Brett) Irwin (Sharron). Papadoc to Mikey (Taylor), Brad (Amanda), Quinton (Candice), Ryan (Nicolas), Dwight, Chantelle (Chris), Nicole (Danny), Dylan, Craig Jr., Timothy, and Kaitlyn; great-papa to Andrew (Nathan), Alexis (Parker), Sadie (Jaxson), Brooklyn (Jack), and Jack. Mark Irwin, Cathy Irwin, and Jeff Irwin are his siblings, and Susan Fowler and Jeff Irwin are his brothers (Heather). Full Obituary

Steven “Steve” R. Irwin Obituary, Dauphin PA: On Saturday, February 6, 2021, Steven “Steve” R. Irwin, 69, who resided in Dauphin, Pennsylvania, passed away. Steve Irwin, the son of William J. Irwin and Geraldine M. (Schreadley) Irwin of Stony Creek Valley, was born in Harrisburg on June 18, 1951. His parents are originally from Stony Creek Valley. He made his home in Dauphin, Pennsylvania, and it was there that he, his family, and his friends constructed his permanent residence. Sheila L. (Strohm) Irwin had passed away, leaving him a widower. Steve is remembered fondly by his children, Lisa M. Irwin of Dauphin, Pennsylvania, and Kyle S. Irwin of the same city. His sisters and brothers, Jeanne E. Irwin, William R. Irwin, Michael C. Irwin, and Jennifer E. Irwin Butch, will carry on his legacy after he passes away. In addition to his children and spouse, he is survived by his grandchildren Dillon M. Becker and Megan E. (Becker) Dembi as well as a great-grandchild named Payton R. Becker. Full Obituary Obituaries established by De Affluxes Hardes International in 2019 is a death and obituary news aggregation service that provides a nonstop flow of links to articles that have been compiled from the work of thousands of different publishers and magazines. The news of local and internal obituaries that have been posted on the Internet is the primary topic of Referetech Obituary. If you feel the need to get in touch with us, please do not delay; simply go to the “Contact us” tab on our website and send us an e-mail. We will get back to you within the next 24 hours.