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Laguna Officer Eulogized With Mirth and Respect

A high school friend recalled the time Jon Coutchie dutifully followed him on an errand despite that the hood of his truck had flown open.

A high school friend recalled the time Jon Coutchie dutifully followed him on an errand despite that the hood of his truck had flown open.

Scores of uniformed officers saluted their colleagues as Jon Coutchie's casket was walked into Mariners Church in Irvine.
Scores of uniformed officers saluted their colleagues as Jon Coutchie’s casket was walked into Mariners Church in Irvine._MG_5491

 

 

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  1. To an Officer and a Gentleman:

    Thank you Sir for your sacrifices of courage and compassion.

    As a child living on Camp Pendleton, I learned of the danger your commitment brings.

    My heart carries a special garden and great respect for those like you that chose this high calling.

    You are strong for those of us that do not have your gift of strength.

    At our weakest human moments you regularly chose to encourage and guide us instead of cite and punish us.

    I can think of no greater example to any public servant than to ask: What would Officer Coutchie do?

    As I look at the stars tonight, I wonder which one is your porch light?

    Our Creator loves motorcycles too-His Triumph was heard throughout the whole land!

    May you enjoy His Triumph together.

    Godspeed on your new journey with our Creator.

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