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Public Safety "In Memory Of"

Corporal William "Bill" Illingsworth

In Memory OfOn September 8, 1983 Corporal William "Bill" Illingsworth was working the night shift in the City of Cayce.

Sometime into the shift another Cayce officer called for back-up for a possible Armed Robbery in progress at a Service Station located at Interstate-26 and Highway 302. As Corporal Illingsworth was responding to the call, a bread truck pulled out in front of him causing a very serious accident.

Corporal Illingsworth sustained massive head injuries as a result of this accident and was in a coma until he passed away on Feb. 28, 1991. Corporal Illingsworth left behind, at that time, a young son and daughter.

Bill has been missed by his fellow officers and the citizens of Cayce. May he rest in Peace now.

 

Lt. Thomas Reginald "Reggie" Kenley
In Memory OfOctober 9, 1958 - July 6, 2000

Lt. Kenley was a dedicated Public Safety Officer and Family man. During a 4th of July outing, Lt. Kenley accidentally drowned while swimming with his family.

He leaves behind a wife and three children. His fellow officers and the citizens of Cayce will miss Lt. Kenley.

 

 

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