Chase was an exceptional young man, truly “one of a kind”. If you were privileged to meet him, you will never forget him. He loved his family and his job. He always had a smile on his face, and never met a stranger. Prior to the Police Academy, Chase served his country at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri for basic training. He continued his service for six years in the Army Reserve. Once Chase entered the Police Academy, he knew he had found his calling. He was the first officer Locust Grove Police Department had ever hired straight from the Academy. A true testament to his character, Chase proudly served his community as an officer for five years. He had a passion and drive for his job and was honored to serve his community. Chase was a young family man with a bright future ahead. He adored his wife Alex, young son Bradin, and was anxiously awaiting the arrival of a new baby boy. While we are shattered and heartbroken, we know he was doing what he loved. For that we are forever grateful.
Survivors are his wife Alex, sons Bradin and Bodie, parents Ken and Kelly, sister Makenzie, grandparents Bob and Janet Maddox and Perry and Ellen Wilkes (Kelly).
All Proceeds will go towards the benefit of Officer Maddox' family. Nine Line Apparel is proud to honor these extraordinary men and women who put their lives at risk everyday. Whether in the military, law enforcement, or in everyday life, we believe you protect the innocent, your family, and those in need.
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