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    Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene calls dispatch on his radio for the last time Thursday during a retirement ceremony for Keene at Central Station in Auburn. Keene's final 24-hour shift ended at 7 a.m. Thursday following a 25-year career with the department. Keene graduated from Lewiston High School in 1987 and joined the AFD on July 10, 1995. Keene was presented with the American flag that flew over the station on Keene's last day before he was driven to his home in Poland in Engine 3 with his crew Mike Schadtle and Ryan Demers, right.

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    Lisa Keene wipes away a tear during the retirement ceremony for her husband, Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene, third from right, at Central Station in Auburn on Thursday. Keene's final 24-hour shift ended at 7 a.m. Thursday following a 25-year career with the department. Keene was driven to his home in Poland in Engine 3 with his crew Mike Schadtle and Ryan Demers. Pictured, from left, are Keene's sons Codie and Dakota, wife Lisa Keene, Keene, Demers and Schadtle.

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    Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene was born in Lewiston and grew up in Lisbon and Auburn before graduating from Lewiston High School in 1987. Keene joined the AFD on July 10, 1995, and retired as a captain on Thursday following 25 years with the department.

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    A shadow box displaying photos and mementos from Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene's 25-year career with the department was presented Thursday by Lieutenant Chris Andreasen.

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    Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene talks with his 4-year-old grandson, Cooper, following a retirement ceremony Thursday for Keene at Central Station in Auburn. Cooper's father is Codie, Keene's oldest son.

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    Auburn firefighters salute Captain Chip Keene as he heads home in a fire truck following his final shift with the department after retiring from a 25-year career. Keene said that the Auburn firefighters are his "second family" during a ceremony at Central Station on Thursday.

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    Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene, left, welcomes his son, Dakota, wife Lisa and brother Chad Keene to Central Station in Auburn on Thursday.

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    Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene climbs into Engine 3 for his last time at Central Station in Auburn on Thursday. Keene's final 24-hour shift ended at 7 a.m. Thursday following a 25-year career with the department.

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    Auburn firefighters attend the retirement ceremony for Captain Chip Keene at Central Station in Auburn on Thursday.

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    Auburn Engine 3 heads out Minot Avenue to take Auburn Fire Department Captain Chip Keene to his Poland home following Keene's final 24-hour shift on Thursday morning.

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    Auburn firefighters salute Captain Chip Keene as he heads home in a fire truck following his final shift with the department after retiring from a 25-year career. Keene said that the Auburn firefighters are his "second family" during a ceremony at Central Station on Thursday.

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