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  • popo22

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    Malcom "Kenny" Wilson was an Officer with the Austin Police Dept. for 29 years, ending his career as a Sergeant. He served over 10 years with our SWAT team as a "Counter Sniper" Team leader and trainer. I had the pleasure of training with him and learning from him there for 6 years.

    He lost his battle with cancer on 3/6/09. He was a true leader and personal friend. Anyone who knew Kenny will feel his loss deeply. Kenny was one of those rare individuals who always had a smile and something positive to say and share. He ended his career supervising the "bomb squad". He had an outstanding career of serving his fellow man and influencing everyones life in a positive manner. He will be mised.

    http://video.aol.com/video-detail/ho...id=VIDLRVNWS04

    http://www.legacy.com/Statesman/Obit...onId=124989445
    If this post is inappropriate feel free to delete. Good luck and safety to all.

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    juwaba98

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    My condolences as well. I lost 2 family members to cancer in June of last year, which makes me hate cancer and feel for the families of those that suffer from it. RIP Officer Wilson and thank you for your service.
     

    SIG_Fiend

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    Malcom "Kenny" Wilson was an Officer with the Austin Police Dept. for 29 years, ending his career as a Sergeant. He served over 10 years with our SWAT team as a "Counter Sniper" Team leader and trainer. I had the pleasure of training with him and learning from him there for 6 years.

    He lost his battle with cancer on 3/6/09. He was a true leader and personal friend. Anyone who knew Kenny will feel his loss deeply. Kenny was one of those rare individuals who always had a smile and something positive to say and share. He ended his career supervising the "bomb squad". He had an outstanding career of serving his fellow man and influencing everyones life in a positive manner. He will be mised.

    http://video.aol.com/video-detail/ho...id=VIDLRVNWS04

    http://www.legacy.com/Statesman/Obit...onId=124989445
    If this post is inappropriate feel free to delete. Good luck and safety to all.

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    Sorry to hear about your friend. Posts like these are never inappropriate and are always welcomed, it's just always unfortunate due to the loss to the community. All we can do is our best to remember those that have passed.
     

    Major Woody

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    Sorry for your loss. These days a good LEO is a welcome addition to any community, I'm sure he will be missed.
     

    popo22

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    Regards

    Thank you all for the warm regards, I know his family and many friends appreciate it. Godspeed Kenny.
     

    awmp

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    A True Hero, always sad to see someone lost to cancer.
     
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