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The Lewisville Fire Fighter Foundation joins our brothers and sisters in blue in mourning the loss of Assistant Chief Jay Powell of the Lewisville Police Department.

Jay was an exemplary leader who served the Lewisville community for nearly three decades with dedication, integrity, and a heart of service. He showed us all what it means to be a public servant, and his passing deeply saddens us.

Our community has suffered the loss of a beloved father, husband, and friend. We want to honor his memory and support his family during this difficult time. 

We are launching a crowdfunding campaign, and all proceeds will be used to support the Powell family or a cause of their choice. 

We ask that you consider donating to this campaign to honor Assistant Chief Powell's memory. Every donation, no matter the size, can make a difference for his family during this difficult time.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your help in honoring the life of Assistant Chief Jay Powell.

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Chief Powell, 52, joined the Lewisville Police Department in 1994. During his 29-year career in Lewisville, Chief Powell received numerous honors and earned multiple service awards. He was promoted to Assistant Police Chief in 2014. In that role, Chief Powell oversaw the operations side of the police department, supervising officers in Training, Traffic, CID, and Special Operations.

Funeral arrangements are pending. More information will be posted on the City of Lewisville website.

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January 6th, 2023 Lewisville, TX
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The Lewisville Fire Fighter Foundation joins our brothers and sisters in blue in mourning the loss of Assistant Chief Jay...

The Lewisville Fire Fighter Foundation joins our brothers and sisters in blue in mourning the loss of Assistant Chief Jay Powell of the Lewisville Police Department.

Jay was an exemplary leader who served the Lewisville community for nearly three decades with dedication, integrity, and a heart of service. He showed us all what it means to be a public servant, and his passing deeply saddens us.

Our community has suffered the loss of a beloved father, husband, and friend. We want to honor his memory and support his family during this difficult time. 

We are launching a crowdfunding campaign, and all proceeds will be used to support the Powell family or a cause of their choice. 

We ask that you consider donating to this campaign to honor Assistant Chief Powell's memory. Every donation, no matter the size, can make a difference for his family during this difficult time.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your help in honoring the life of Assistant Chief Jay Powell.

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Chief Powell, 52, joined the Lewisville Police Department in 1994. During his 29-year career in Lewisville, Chief Powell received numerous honors and earned multiple service awards. He was promoted to Assistant Police Chief in 2014. In that role, Chief Powell oversaw the operations side of the police department, supervising officers in Training, Traffic, CID, and Special Operations.

Funeral arrangements are pending. More information will be posted on the City of Lewisville website.

https://loom.ly/QPXXY4g

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Anonymous
Pat & Becky, my family is so sorry for your loss. We know this is heartbreaking. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Sandra Norton
May the loss of a hero and neighborhood friend help another hero. Our hearts ache for Rhonda,
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Carol Perry
Jay was a beloved member of our community and spent countless hours in service. We are honored to donate in his memory.
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Donna Barron
Jay Powell was an outstanding public servant. He will be greatly missed by the Lewisville organization and the community.
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Hurst POA
From the members of the Hurst Police Officers Association - thank you for your many years of service to your community.
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Laurie Brage
Jay will forever be missed! He had the biggest, kindest heart! Thinking about Rhonda and sending strength.
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George Furguson
Jay was a friend and I had the utmost respect for him as a brother officer and a man. God bless his family. Rest In Peace sir.
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Carin Shearer
Grateful for Jay’s service to all of us. He made a difference each day.
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Matthew Garrett
Thankful I got to know Jay! One of a kind, a true servant leader and someone that made this world a better place.
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Ronni Cade
In memory of Asst. Chief Jay Powell. God Speed friend!
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Wendy Cloud
In honor of Jay and his family! 🙏🏻
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Mirna McCormack
Hi was a great guy . He will be miss our sympathies and prayers goes out to his family.
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Jen Marvel
Godspeed, Chief Powell, and thank you for your years of faithful service.
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Cynthia Brown
Such a profound loss and praying for his family and friends. He will be so greatly missed.
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Robin Brizendine
Jay was one of a kind. He truly cared and his sense of humor was epic. I am proud to have known him.
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Linda Krause
Thank you for serving our community for so many years.
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Rachel Roberts
Chief Powell could put a smile on anyone's face. He taught me the silliest handshake. He will be missed

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