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Duane Lawrence Sirna

Updated Feb 11, 2024
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Duane Lawrence Sirna
1979 yearbook football photo of Duane at Arroyo High School in El Monte, California.
Date & Place: in California United States
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Duane Lawrence Sirna
Born to Victor Guidano Sirna (1924-1984) and Deloris Irwin (1932-2015), Duane Lawrence Sirna had siblings Valiant Victor (1951 - 2012), Christopher Anthony (1956 - 2013), and Scott Stewart (1965 -2002). His father was born in St. Louis Missouri and his mother was born in Los Angeles, California. Duane Sirna married Cherice Marie Kuzniarek on January 4 1997 in Clark County NV and they had 2 children. Duane and Cherice were married by a religious celebrant. Duane passed away on 16 Mar 2009 in Arcadia, Los Angeles, California, USA. Duane worked in production (as a driver) on the movies "Murder By Numbers" and "The Story of Us" and on the television show "Cold Case". An episode of the show Cold Case was dedicated to him shortly after his death. Duane was a standout football player - playing center position - at Arroyo High School in El Monte, California where he graduated in 1980. He was mentioned in a Los Angeles Times newspaper article on Thursday December 7th 1978 as being part of the all-league offensive first team. In his 1980 Arroyo High School yearbook, Duane was also voted "Most Loveable". Numerous photos of Duane are in his Memories section of this page at Duane Lawrence Sirna: Memory.
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