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Burt Reynolds death: Sally Field, Mark Wahlberg, Dolly Parton and more celebrities react

azcentral.com Friday, 7 September 2018
Burt Reynolds death: Sally Field, Mark Wahlberg, Dolly Parton and more celebrities reactCelebrities took to social media to mourn the death and celebrate the career of Burt Reynolds, who has died at age 82, according to reports.
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News video: What Does Burt Reynolds’ Death Certificate Reveal?

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ExtraTV has revealed details from Burt Reynolds death certificate. The document revealed that Reynolds was cremated at the Gold Coast Crematory in Florida. His niece Nancy Lee Hess is in charge of his remains. Last week, Reynolds suffered cardiac arrest. A 911 call said Reynolds was having difficulty...

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