McDONOUGH — The Henry County Police Department honored the memory and service of Sgt. David Crumpler with a memorial service Friday morning.

Crumpler, 60, died from COVID-19 on Jan. 7. He served the Henry County community for 26 years, holding many titles and participating in criminal investigations, bomb squad and SWAT Team.

HCPD officials called him a gentleman, teacher and sprinkle-loving, joy-filled servant.

Henry County Police Chief Mark Amerman memorialized Crumpler’s dedicated service and lasting legacy in the department.

He is survived by his children, Caleb, Myles, Justyne Lobello, Lara Hercules; grandchild, Kevin Lobello; mother, Marilyn Crumpler; and brother, Michael Crumpler.

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