Emery County deputy passes away suddenly from health problems

Emery County deputy dies unexpectedly from health issues

EMERY COUNTY, Utah — A deputy with the Emery County Constable’s Workplace has actually died suddenly.

Deputy Jeff Weber, 51, passed away early Monday early morning from several continuous medical conditions and a brief health problem, the constable’s workplace revealed on Facebook.

A 28-year veteran with the department, Weber worked as a corrections officer for 5 years prior to ending up being a patrol deputy. He operated at the Central Utah Reformatory prior to beginning with the county.

“Jeff was genuinely bigger than life,” the statement from the constable’s workplace checked out. “On his day of rests, he might be discovered in the weight space at the Constable’s Workplace, constantly concentrating on weight lifting and physical fitness. He had an eager understanding of the law, was constantly going to step up and assist his colleagues, and was committed to serving and securing the people of Emery County for over 28 years.”

Acknowledgements to the Weber household are welcome on the Emery County Constable’s Workplace Facebook page, however the household has actually asked for personal privacy. The constable’s workplace will publish funeral information once they are readily available.