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Kaufman County mourns Constable Chad Jones

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Kaufman County mourns Constable Chad Jones

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KAUFMAN COUNTY–Kaufman County Precinct 4 Constable Chad Jones passed away from a sudden illness Wednesday, June 12. Constable Jones took office in 2017 after defeating Dan Sharp in the 2016 race.
Previous to that, Jones was a Kaufman County Deputy who worked narcotics and was a certified K9 Trainer and Handler, with 20 years in law enforcement. He was a fifth-generation Kaufman County native, active in community service and committed to his county. Jones served in many capacities with 4-H and FFA and with the Kaufman County Junior Livestock Show.
Announcements flooded local Facebook accounts Wednesday night as many posted how greatly Jones would be missed. Kaufman County Sheriff Bryan Beavers said, “I was saddened to hear of Constable Chad Jones’ untimely passing. Chad worked as a Deputy with the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office for over seven years until he was successfully elected as Pct. 4 Constable, taking office in 2017. He quickly became very popular with the citizens of Pct. 4. I would like to extend my condolences to his wife and children. As members of Constable Jones’ extended law enforcement family, we will be another arm of support to the Jones family during this difficult time.”
Ryan Bateman of Kaufman County Storm posted, “As most of you are aware yesterday Kaufman County Lost a Wonderful Constable, Amazing Person and just a downright GREAT Friend. Yesterday Kaufman County Precinct 4 Constable Chad Jones passed away due to a medical issue. Chad was a not only a constable he was also my personal friend and a WONDERFUL friend to Kaufman County Storm. Chad stood side-by-side with me through some stormy times and always gave the best advice. The badge didn’t change who Chad was nor did it make him who he was. Chad wholeheartedly cared for this County and for the people that call Kaufman County Home. He did his job with Honor, Dignity and Respect for All. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Chad and his Wonderful Family, Friends and All Kaufman County Employees. A-1.”
The Monitor staff offers its deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Arrangements had not been announced as of press time Thursday.


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