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By Forrest Hershberger
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Sidney Loses Public Servant, Community Volunteer

 

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Randy Haddix receiving congratulations from Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts for work the Cheyenne County CERT Team performed assisting stranded motorists following a late spring snowstorm.

We can call it a 10-76 as it is his end of watch. Even though the call is primarily for road officers, and his sense of duty wasn't limited to the badge. The community can clearly say there are some big shoes to fill for he was involved in more to support the community than many will ever know.

The life Randy ZoeRay "Chopper" Haddix, ended unexpectedly at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, Colo., on July 9. He was born in Broken Bow, Neb., the fourth child of Delmer Abslum and Gertrude Louise Haddix.

He enlisted in the Army National Guard-Nebraska, stationed with the Co C 1195th A...



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