Memorial held for Corey


Jackson Center Police Officer Nicholas Honeycutt, left, carries the ashes of his deceased K-9 partner Corey as he walks in a procession with girlfriend Brittney Koble, honoring Corey’s service on Wednesday, Dec. 1. K-9 officers and their canine partners lined the parking lot of the Jackson Center American Legion Post 493 parking lot as Honeycutt followed a bagpipe player and color guard into the legion where a service was held for Corey. Speakers included Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, and Jackson Center Mayor Scott Klopfenstein.

Jackson Center Police Officer Nicholas Honeycutt, left, carries the ashes of his deceased K-9 partner Corey as he walks in a procession with girlfriend Brittney Koble, honoring Corey’s service on Wednesday, Dec. 1. K-9 officers and their canine partners lined the parking lot of the Jackson Center American Legion Post 493 parking lot as Honeycutt followed a bagpipe player and color guard into the legion where a service was held for Corey. Speakers included Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, and Jackson Center Mayor Scott Klopfenstein.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jackson Center Police Officer Nicholas Honeycutt, left, carries the ashes of his deceased K-9 partner Corey as he walks in a procession with girlfriend Brittney Koble, honoring Corey’s service on Wednesday, Dec. 1. K-9 officers and their canine partners lined the parking lot of the Jackson Center American Legion Post 493 parking lot as Honeycutt followed a bagpipe player and color guard into the legion where a service was held for Corey. Speakers included Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, and Jackson Center Mayor Scott Klopfenstein.

Jackson Center Police Officer Nicholas Honeycutt, left, carries the ashes of his deceased K-9 partner Corey as he walks in a procession with girlfriend Brittney Koble, honoring Corey’s service on Wednesday, Dec. 1. K-9 officers and their canine partners lined the parking lot of the Jackson Center American Legion Post 493 parking lot as Honeycutt followed a bagpipe player and color guard into the legion where a service was held for Corey. Speakers included Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, and Jackson Center Mayor Scott Klopfenstein.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/12/web1_SDN120321K9Memorial.jpgJackson Center Police Officer Nicholas Honeycutt, left, carries the ashes of his deceased K-9 partner Corey as he walks in a procession with girlfriend Brittney Koble, honoring Corey’s service on Wednesday, Dec. 1. K-9 officers and their canine partners lined the parking lot of the Jackson Center American Legion Post 493 parking lot as Honeycutt followed a bagpipe player and color guard into the legion where a service was held for Corey. Speakers included Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick, and Jackson Center Mayor Scott Klopfenstein. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News