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Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter; Clackamas Co S.O., OR; EOW: 02-06-14 MILITARY VETERAN

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Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office

Oregon

End of Watch: Thursday February 6, 2014



 


Biographical Details:

Age: 47

Tour of Duty: 9 years

Badge Number: Not available
Military Veteran


Incident Details:

Cause of Death: Gunfire

Incident Date: 02-06-14

Weapon used: Gun; unknown type

Suspect info: At Large


 


Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter was shot and killed shortly before 11 am when he pulled over a commercial pick-up truck hauking firewood on Highway 224 near Southeast Amisigger Road, near Damascus, Oregon. A young man was on a ride-along with Waxenfelter when the shooting occurred. The suspect fled the scene and was not located.


Weighmaster Waxenfelter started working for Clackamas County in 1987 as a mechanic. He was promoted to Senior Mechanic in 1999, and had served as a weighmaster since 2005.


Weighmaster Waxenfelter is survived by his wife, 2 daughters, 1 son and 2 younger brothers.


Weighmaster Waxenfelter was a Veteran of the United States Army.


 


Please contact the following agency to send condolences:

Sheriff Craig Roberts

2223 Kaen Road

Oregon City, OR  97045

Phone: (503) 785-5000


 


            

 


This information has been provided courtesy of the Police Link Officer Down Group, National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund and Various News Agencies


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Rest in Peace, Brother!! My Condolences to the Family, Friends and Co-Workers!!!


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Thank you for your service, Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter. May you Rest in Peace. Condolences and prayers to your family, Co-workers, Friends, Community, and Oregon.


You may now stand down.

 


                                                                                                          


 


                                                                           


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Words may not take away the pain from someone losing someone so dear. May God continue to give you the strength to overcome the pain! It is with deepest sympathy!

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May Weighmaster Waxenfelter and all who know and love him find peace.  Thank you for your service, sir.


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Rest in Peace Weighmaster Waxenfelter....

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 R.I.P. Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter.


 


 


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Rest In Peace Weighmaster Waxenfelter.

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Rest in Peace Weighmaster Waxenfelter. My thoughts and prayers are with the Waxenfelter Family and the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.

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Rest in peace, Weighmaster Waxenfelter.

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 Rest In Peace, Brother.  May God be of constant comfort and strength to your family and friends. 

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Rest In Peace Brother Officer may God watch over your family and friends and may they find this person that did this to you.


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May your soul find peace my brother.Thank you Weighmaster Waxenfelter for your dedicated,honorable and faithful services.Condolences to those left behind.May God bring comfort to them.

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 RIP Weighmaster Waxenfelter.


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Rest in Peace Brother!  Prayers and condolences to family, friends and the agency for their loss...

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Rest in Peace. May God watch over your family

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Rest in peace weightmaster Waxenfelter.... My thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and co-workers....

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Rest in Peace Weighmaster Waxenfelter. May God be with your family and friends.

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 Rest in peace, Weighmaster Waxenfelter. My deepest cpmdolences to your family and the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. Thnak you for your service.

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 Rest in Peace Brother.  My thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to his family and friends.  Thank you for your service.

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God rest dear Weighmaster Grady Waxenfelter of the Clackamas County Sheriffs Department.  Comfort and keep well his family and friends.


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