Law Enforcement Community Showers Mars Hill Family In Love
A difficult day
The local and reginal law enforcement and first responder communities turned out to support for the family of a former Limestone Police Chief. A funeral was held on Thursday afternoon at Central Aroostook High School in Mars Hill.
A little about Stacey
Stacey Mahan is most known for his time as police chief in Limestone for several years. In total, Mahan served the citizens of Limestone for 24 years. He was 51 years-old at the time of his death, and has spent the majority of his professional life in Aroostook County law enforcement. Stacey's impact was displayed with the large number of officers, responders, troopers, and sheriff's pouring their love and support to the Mahan family.
It was a very touching service
Officers who worked with Mahan, as well as some who grew up with him, spoke about his family first approach to life. Stacey's oldest son was able to deliver a wonderful summary of his relationship with his father and the many avenues they found to bond over. A proper tribute was given to Mahan and his family by the law enforcement community. The service was streamed with hundreds of viewers throughout the service.
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