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National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

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Grant Q. McKee

Grant Quinn McKee was a true brave heart. To say he had the heart of a lion falls short of who he was. Grant was born May 18, 1992, in Newport Beach, California, to Marcia and G. Scott McKee.

Everything he did was threaded with respect and care for other people’s feelings. Grant honored those around him. He loved his mother, father and grandmother. Grant moved to Prescott and met the love of his life, Leah Fine. Leah is like an angel. She made Grant complete, and together they exemplified what love is. Grant wanted to travel the world with Leah.

He enjoyed wrestling in high school and running marathons. His competitive nature, coupled with his desire to help others, was from where others drew strength. He was always loving, kind, and respectful. Fear was never part of the equation. Grant brought light in a sometimes dark world. He saw the crew as what they will always be—brothers.

While attending Prescott High School, Grant spoke at other high schools in Yavapai County, spreading the anti-drug message with the D.A.R.E program. He received his EMT from Yavapai College and joined his cousin, Robert Caldwell, on the Granite Mountain Hot Shots in 2013.

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  1. Your a hero. You made a difference in the whole world and you will never be forgotten. Thank you for your time here.

    – brandi coulthard
  2. I miss you Grant <3 Rip Homie Thinking about you always <3

    – Shaun
  3. I remember coaching Grant at the Boys club in Costa Mesa he and my son who is a paramedic in Oregon were the smallest players in the league and played with passion

    My prayers are with his loved ones this Memorial Day

    Love coach ingalls

    – Chris Ingalls
  4. Grant was one of my senior wrestling captains at Newport Harbor Highschool when I was a freshman. Watching him wrestle was one of the things that inspired me to become a wrestler. I didn’t know what it meant when I heard about his passing but I could sense the respect whenever it was talked about. Now that I am on a fire crew myself I think about Grant often and try to find ways to live up to him.

    – Nicholas Ramirez