Funeral arrangements for WCSO Deputy Dove

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Maddox Funeral Home Front Royal reports that they will be handling the services for Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO)Deputy Jesse Walker Dove.

The 31 one-year old’s family will receive friends on Wed. Dec. 7 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

The funeral service will be held Thurs. Dec. 8 at noon at the Riverton United Methodist Church in Front Royal.

Burial will take place at the Saint Stephens Cemetery in Strasburg with a fellowship meal hosted by the Front Royal Fire Department on Commerce Avenue following interment.

In lieu of flowers donations should be sent to Edward Jones Winchester with Wrenly Mae’s Education Fund written in the memo.

On Dec. 2 Nemaha County Kansas Authorities report responding to a capsized watercraft with one person on broad at lake Centralia.

After an extensive search it was determined that response was no longer a rescue but a recovery effort.

The body of WCSO Deputy Jesse W. Dove of Strasburg Virginia was recovered on Saturday Dec. 3.

Officer Dove arrived by funeral procession at Maddox Funeral Home yesterday shortly after 8 a.m.

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WCSO announce the sudden death of a Deputy

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office announced the sudden passing of Deputy Jesse Walker Dove.

Where details are pending further investigation into the Officer’s death he was lost while duck hunting in Kansas.

Warren County Sheriff’s Office, Fire and Rescue and Front Royal Police Department all announced that a procession to honor the Officer arrived in Front Royal around 8 a.m. Dec. 5.

The procession traveled from the Route 66 exit 6 location down Shenandoah Ave. to W. 14 Street to N. Royal Ave. then Main St. and finally to Maddox Funeral Home.

The community was invited to honor this second-generation deputy and lifelong county resident by lining the route for his arrival.

American flags were requested from those lining the route to honor this deputy who loved and served his country and county in a variety of ways.

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