Ky. assistant fire chief, constable dies from COVID-19 complications
Calloway County Assistant Fire Chief and Constable Timmy Manning died from the virus last week and was laid to rest on Saturday
By Laura French
CALLOWAY COUNTY, Ky. — A Kentucky assistant fire chief and county constable who died due to COVID-19 complications last week was laid to rest on Saturday.
Calloway County Fire-Rescue Assistant Chief Timmy Manning, 53, who also served as a constable for Calloway County District 4, died on the morning of Jan. 18, the fire department announced.
Manning had been a member of Calloway County Fire-Rescue for about 33 years, according to his obituary, and had previously served as a Callow County Sheriff's deputy from 1988 to 2003. He had been a constable for Calloway County District 4 since 2003.
Manning's funeral was held on Saturday, Jan. 23, with first responders from several local fire, EMS and law enforcement departments participating in the procession.
Manning is survived by his wife Heather, one son, four stepdaughters, a brother and nephew, and both of his parents.