Barry Doyle, left, is seen here taking care of customers in 2009. He’s surrounded by firefighting memorabilia sent by fire departments all over the country and even abroad as a show of appreciation for his generosity toward firefighters and first responders.
Barry Doyle, left, is seen here taking care of customers in 2009. He’s surrounded by firefighting memorabilia sent by fire departments all over the country and even abroad as a show of appreciation for his generosity toward firefighters and first responders. N&O file photo Susana Vera
Barry Doyle, left, is seen here taking care of customers in 2009. He’s surrounded by firefighting memorabilia sent by fire departments all over the country and even abroad as a show of appreciation for his generosity toward firefighters and first responders. N&O file photo Susana Vera

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