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Long-time Miami County sheriff laid to rest - WHIO

Monday, December 05, 2016

Safety Building, where the sheriff’s office is located, as vehicles from the sheriff’s department and other departments escorted the hearse transporting the sheriff through Troy on its way to a Piqua funeral home.Dave Duchak, chief deputy, said the county, and he, suffered a huge loss with the passing of Miami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr.“There are not enough good words to say. He did so much for the community and all of his employees,” Duchak said. “It is a huge loss.”Duchak, endorsed by Cox, was elected the new sheriff in Tuesday’s election.Miami County Commission President Richard Cultice worked with Cox during his five-plus years on the commission.“I had a good working relationship with him and thought he felt the same way. I respected that relationship,” Cultice said.Former Deputy Robert Sweitzer said Cox was good to work with.“He wanted things done by the book,” he said. “He was a cop’s cop.”Former Deputy Billie Ray said he knew Cox since Ray was a police cadet and Cox was with Troy police.“He has always been loyal to the citizens of Miami County and a great servant,” Ray said.UPDATE @ 11:05 a.m.:Cox’s funeral procession went through the city of Troy Thursday morning, pausing briefly at the Miami County Courthouse. About 50 cruisers from area jurisdictions were part of the procession. Some 300 people lined the streets to pay their respects to the sheriff, who is being described as a “cop’s cop.”INITIAL REPORTMiami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr. died this morning.He died about 5:15 a.m. at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton. His health had been failing for several years.A processional left Hospice of Dayton around 10 a.m.Cox did not seek re-election this year and was set to retire at the end of the year.In 2014, Cox — a seven-term sheriff — turned some duties over to Chief Deputy Dave Duchak. At the time, Cox said he had partial hip surgery in November and developed complications that required subsequent surgery.“The men and women of the Miami County Sheriff’s Office continue to serve and protect their fellow residents as Sheriff Cox would expect,” Duchak said in a release. “We ask that the public keep Sheriff Cox, his wife Lynn, their family and the Miami County Sheriff’s Office in their prayers.”Jameison & Yannucci Funeral Home in Piqua is handling arrangements.For updates and more news click here to download our free apps.

Duchak appointed acting Miami County sheriff - WHIO

Monday, November 21, 2016

Safety Building, where the sheriff’s office is located, as vehicles from the sheriff’s department and other departments escorted the hearse transporting the sheriff through Troy on its way to a Piqua funeral home.Dave Duchak, chief deputy, said the county, and he, suffered a huge loss with the passing of Miami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr.“There are not enough good words to say. He did so much for the community and all of his employees,” Duchak said. “It is a huge loss.”Duchak, endorsed by Cox, was elected the new sheriff in Tuesday’s election.Miami County Commission President Richard Cultice worked with Cox during his five-plus years on the commission.“I had a good working relationship with him and thought he felt the same way. I respected that relationship,” Cultice said.Former Deputy Robert Sweitzer said Cox was good to work with.“He wanted things done by the book,” he said. “He was a cop’s cop.”Former Deputy Billie Ray said he knew Cox since Ray was a police cadet and Cox was with Troy police.“He has always been loyal to the citizens of Miami County and a great servant,” Ray said.UPDATE @ 11:05 a.m.:Cox’s funeral procession went through the city of Troy Thursday morning, pausing briefly at the Miami County Courthouse. About 50 cruisers from area jurisdictions were part of the procession. Some 300 people lined the streets to pay their respects to the sheriff, who is being described as a “cop’s cop.”INITIAL REPORTMiami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr. died this morning.He died about 5:15 a.m. at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton. His health had been failing for several years.A processional left Hospice of Dayton around 10 a.m.Cox did not seek re-election this year and was set to retire at the end of the year.In 2014, Cox — a seven-term sheriff — turned some duties over to Chief Deputy Dave Duchak. At the time, Cox said he had partial hip surgery in November and developed complications that required subsequent surgery.“The men and women of the Miami County Sheriff’s Office continue to serve and protect their fellow residents as Sheriff Cox would expect,” Duchak said in a release. “We ask that the public keep Sheriff Cox, his wife Lynn, their family and the Miami County Sheriff’s Office in their prayers.”Jameison & Yannucci Funeral Home in Piqua is handling arrangements.For updates and more news click here to download our free apps.

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Long-time Miami County sheriff laid to rest - WHIO

Monday, December 05, 2016

Safety Building, where the sheriff’s office is located, as vehicles from the sheriff’s department and other departments escorted the hearse transporting the sheriff through Troy on its way to a Piqua funeral home.Dave Duchak, chief deputy, said the county, and he, suffered a huge loss with the passing of Miami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr.“There are not enough good words to say. He did so much for the community and all of his employees,” Duchak said. “It is a huge loss.”Duchak, endorsed by Cox, was elected the new sheriff in Tuesday’s election.Miami County Commission President Richard Cultice worked with Cox during his five-plus years on the commission.“I had a good working relationship with him and thought he felt the same way. I respected that relationship,” Cultice said.Former Deputy Robert Sweitzer said Cox was good to work with.“He wanted things done by the book,” he said. “He was a cop’s cop.”Former Deputy Billie Ray said he knew Cox since Ray was a police cadet and Cox was with Troy police.“He has always been loyal to the citizens of Miami County and a great servant,” Ray said.UPDATE @ 11:05 a.m.:Cox’s funeral procession went through the city of Troy Thursday morning, pausing briefly at the Miami County Courthouse. About 50 cruisers from area jurisdictions were part of the procession. Some 300 people lined the streets to pay their respects to the sheriff, who is being described as a “cop’s cop.”INITIAL REPORTMiami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr. died this morning.He died about 5:15 a.m. at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton. His health had been failing for several years.A processional left Hospice of Dayton around 10 a.m.Cox did not seek re-election this year and was set to retire at the end of the year.In 2014, Cox — a seven-term sheriff — turned some duties over to Chief Deputy Dave Duchak. At the time, Cox said he had partial hip surgery in November and developed complications that required subsequent surgery.“The men and women of the Miami County Sheriff’s Office continue to serve and protect their fellow residents as Sheriff Cox would expect,” Duchak said in a release. “We ask that the public keep Sheriff Cox, his wife Lynn, their family and the Miami County Sheriff’s Office in their prayers.”Jameison & Yannucci Funeral Home in Piqua is handling arrangements.For updates and more news click here to download our free apps.

Duchak appointed acting Miami County sheriff - WHIO

Monday, November 21, 2016

Safety Building, where the sheriff’s office is located, as vehicles from the sheriff’s department and other departments escorted the hearse transporting the sheriff through Troy on its way to a Piqua funeral home.Dave Duchak, chief deputy, said the county, and he, suffered a huge loss with the passing of Miami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr.“There are not enough good words to say. He did so much for the community and all of his employees,” Duchak said. “It is a huge loss.”Duchak, endorsed by Cox, was elected the new sheriff in Tuesday’s election.Miami County Commission President Richard Cultice worked with Cox during his five-plus years on the commission.“I had a good working relationship with him and thought he felt the same way. I respected that relationship,” Cultice said.Former Deputy Robert Sweitzer said Cox was good to work with.“He wanted things done by the book,” he said. “He was a cop’s cop.”Former Deputy Billie Ray said he knew Cox since Ray was a police cadet and Cox was with Troy police.“He has always been loyal to the citizens of Miami County and a great servant,” Ray said.UPDATE @ 11:05 a.m.:Cox’s funeral procession went through the city of Troy Thursday morning, pausing briefly at the Miami County Courthouse. About 50 cruisers from area jurisdictions were part of the procession. Some 300 people lined the streets to pay their respects to the sheriff, who is being described as a “cop’s cop.”INITIAL REPORTMiami County Sheriff Charles Cox Jr. died this morning.He died about 5:15 a.m. at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton. His health had been failing for several years.A processional left Hospice of Dayton around 10 a.m.Cox did not seek re-election this year and was set to retire at the end of the year.In 2014, Cox — a seven-term sheriff — turned some duties over to Chief Deputy Dave Duchak. At the time, Cox said he had partial hip surgery in November and developed complications that required subsequent surgery.“The men and women of the Miami County Sheriff’s Office continue to serve and protect their fellow residents as Sheriff Cox would expect,” Duchak said in a release. “We ask that the public keep Sheriff Cox, his wife Lynn, their family and the Miami County Sheriff’s Office in their prayers.”Jameison & Yannucci Funeral Home in Piqua is handling arrangements.For updates and more news click here to download our free apps.