Paul served with the patrol division before becoming a DARE Officer and…
Smokey Barn News Sunday November 10, 2014 Springfield, Robertson County, Tenn.
Sgt. Paul McKissack Of Springfield Dies, He Was 71
Paul McKissack, a long time Robertson County resident and well known figure will be missed by many in the community.. McKissack passed away on Saturday from a heart attack, he was 71.
Sgt. Paul McKissack retired from the Robertson Co. Sheriff’s office after 36 yrs of service. He was an avid photographer and was often seen catching the highlights with his camera at middle school sports. He was also on the Robertson County Child Advocacy Board of Directors. in addition, McKissack helped start a support group to help convicts after their release through Covenant Confirmers (motorcycle) Church.
“Our beloved brother & friend and a great servant of the MOST HIGH GOD! Moved to Heaven Saturday night. He will be greatly missed, however we will see him again. Please pray for their family.” Covenant Confirmers
“We were saddened to learn of the passing of Paul McKissack. Paul was a longtime member of our sheriff’s office family. He served with the patrol division before becoming a DARE Officer and retiring as a Sergeant. He touched the lives of so many children and had a tremendous impact in our community. Our sincere condolences are extended to Paul’s family. He will certainly be missed.” Robertson County Sheriff, Bill Holt
Visitation will be Tuesday (November 11) from 12:00pm-6:00pm. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday (November 12) at 1:00pm at Covenant Confirmers Church located at 300 Tenth Avenue East in Springfield.
The burial will follow at Restlawn Cemetery in Cedar Hill.
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