Deputy Clint Seagle: End of watch Aug. 29, 2021

PHOTO COURTESY OF CLAY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Posted 9/8/21

MIDDLEBURG – Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy Clint R. Seagle was buried with full honors on Friday, Sept. 3, after he died from complications of COVID-19. His visitation and memorial service …

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Deputy Clint Seagle: End of watch Aug. 29, 2021

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MIDDLEBURG – Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy Clint R. Seagle was buried with full honors on Friday, Sept. 3, after he died from complications of COVID-19. His visitation and memorial service were conducted at the First Methodist Church of Middleburg before his casket was taken to Jacksonville Memorial Gardens for burial during a private ceremony. Sheriff Michelle Cook presented the family with a flag that was draped over Seagle’s casket during the ceremony. Following a 21-gun salute and the playing of “Taps,” Cook led the procession from the altar to the parking lot at the church ahead of the 12-mile drive to the cemetery as bagpipes played “Amazing Grace.” Seagle is the second CCSO deputy to die of the virus. Sgt. Eric Twisdale died a year ago of COVID-19.

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