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Seamon-Wilsey Funeral Home, Inc

45 John Street
Saugerties, NY 12477
(845) 246-5111
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1000-plus pay last respects to Ulster County Sheriff's Sgt. Kerry Winters - The Daily Freeman

Monday, October 17, 2016

PHOTOS: Kerry Winters Funeral ProcessionA funeral procession led by police on motorcycles brought Winters’ casket to St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in the Saugerties hamlet of Glasco for a funeral Mass. The casket was carried from the hearse to the church by Winters’ fellow members of the Sheriff’s Office dive team.AdvertisementAbout 150 people attended the Mass, while about 100 more stood outside the church.VIDEO: Funeral procession of Ulster County Sheriff Sgt. Kerry WintersAfter the Mass, Winters’ casket was driven along Route 9W to St. Mary of the Snow Cemetery in nearby Barclay Heights, where he was laid to rest. Members of more than 30 agencies, some from well outside the Mid-Hudson Valley, stood along the route to pay tribute.“The reality of this job is what it is,” Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy J.R. DelVecchio said. “The reality of last week’s accident drives it home. You never know when the time is up. You never know when you cannot make it home.”DelVecchio is a member of Greene County’s dive team, which often trains with Ulster’s.Greene County Deputy Raymond Feml, also a dive team member, said the risks involved in responding to in-water calls cannot be underestimated.“We go places people don’t want to go,” he said. “... The Hudson River ... is black water. You can’t see anything, you don’t know what you’re working with, you don’t know what you’re going to find.”Ulster County Executive Michael Hein said before entering the church that Winters had “given everything” in service to the community.“Our county is heartbroken,” Hein said. “All of our thoughts are with his famil...

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1000-plus pay last respects to Ulster County Sheriff's Sgt. Kerry Winters - The Daily Freeman

Monday, October 17, 2016

PHOTOS: Kerry Winters Funeral ProcessionA funeral procession led by police on motorcycles brought Winters’ casket to St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in the Saugerties hamlet of Glasco for a funeral Mass. The casket was carried from the hearse to the church by Winters’ fellow members of the Sheriff’s Office dive team.AdvertisementAbout 150 people attended the Mass, while about 100 more stood outside the church.VIDEO: Funeral procession of Ulster County Sheriff Sgt. Kerry WintersAfter the Mass, Winters’ casket was driven along Route 9W to St. Mary of the Snow Cemetery in nearby Barclay Heights, where he was laid to rest. Members of more than 30 agencies, some from well outside the Mid-Hudson Valley, stood along the route to pay tribute.“The reality of this job is what it is,” Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy J.R. DelVecchio said. “The reality of last week’s accident drives it home. You never know when the time is up. You never know when you cannot make it home.”DelVecchio is a member of Greene County’s dive team, which often trains with Ulster’s.Greene County Deputy Raymond Feml, also a dive team member, said the risks involved in responding to in-water calls cannot be underestimated.“We go places people don’t want to go,” he said. “... The Hudson River ... is black water. You can’t see anything, you don’t know what you’re working with, you don’t know what you’re going to find.”Ulster County Executive Michael Hein said before entering the church that Winters had “given everything” in service to the community.“Our county is heartbroken,” Hein said. “All of our thoughts are with his famil...