Northport, Alabama Event To Honor State Trooper Who Passed From COVID-19
Recently, Sr. Trooper Jason Vice lost his life as a result of COVID-19. In the coming weeks, his life will be honored at an event organized by his peers.
Friday, October 29th at 8p, the Alabama State Trooper Association Activities have organized a Freaky Friday 8k Run. This year's run will honor Sr. Trooper Jason Vice.
According to the Facebook event's page, Sr. Trooper Jason Vice has always been a major part of the run. He'd dress up and scare all the runners.
"We have decided that this year’s run will be in honor of Sr. Trooper Jason Vice. He was always a big part of the run. He would have the best time dressing up and scaring all the runners. He will be greatly missed by all. Be sure to sign up and let’s see how many runners we can get this year!"
If you'd like to register for this year's Freaky Friday 8k Run, click here.
Senior State Trooper Jason Vice is being remembered as a law enforcement officer who was dedicated to his job and a loving husband and father. Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Secretary Hal Taylor spoke on the loss of Jason Vice.
“I want to personally extend my deepest and sincerest condolences to Trooper Vice’s entire family, as well as all of his loved ones,” Taylor said. “The overwhelming outpour of care and support serves as a testament to Trooper Vice’s commitment and dedication, to not only his local community but to the entire state of Alabama."
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