Firefighter Bryan C. Barfield Passes Away, Cause of death & Obituary

Bryan C. Barfield
Charlotte Firefighter Bryan C. Barfield, passed away


Bryan C. Barfield, firefighter with Charlotte Fire Department passed away on May 11, 2023. Let’s see how did the firefighter die and his cause of death in detail.

How did Bryan C. Barfield die?

Charlotte Firefighter Bryan C. Barfield, passed away on May 11, 2023. This sad news was announced by the Charlotte Firefighter department (CFD) on its social media post. The statement reads,

“With deep sadness, the officers and members of the Charlotte Fire Department announce the death of Charlotte Firefighter Bryan C. Barfield, who passed away this afternoon, May 11, 2023. Please keep the family, friends, and department members in your thoughts and prayers.”

Who was Bryan C. Barfield?

Firefighter Bryan Carlton Barfield was a loyal public servant and a full time firefighter with the Charlotte Fire Department. He was graduated from Recruit Class 87.

He joined Charlotte Fire on October 31, 2011. On April 28, 2012, he was initially assigned to Firehouse 38. From 2012 to 2021, Barfield rode Engine 1 for Charlotte Fire for the majority of his career.

He joined Firehouse 37’s crew in 2021, which was his most recent crew.

Bryan Carlton Barfield cause of death:

Bryan Carlton Barfield was recently affected with the stroke, however, he returned to the job afterwards. Unfortunately, he suffered a medial condition at home and passed away on May 11, 2023.

His friends and family members have paid their heartfelt condolences on social media. His family will later announce the funeral arrangements for Bryan.

Our thoughts are with Bryan’s family during this difficult time. Tributes flooded social media after the demise news of Bryan broke out.

Tributes to Bryan Carlton Barfield:

Gordon Leonard posted,

My condolences to his family , friends and his fire fighter family.

Mooresville Fire-Rescue posted,

We are praying for Firefighter Barfield’s family, friends, and fellow firefighters.

Antioch Volunteer Fire Department posted,

Praying for the family,friends and fellow firefighters.

Rock Hill Professional Firefighters Association posted,

Very sorry for your loss…Let us know if you need anything at all.

Jon RaccoI posted,

I met Bryan while visiting station 37 last year, with family. We had some laughs. He was welcoming, friendly and a true brother of the fire service. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and his fellow firefighters.
God bless.


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