Emery County grieves unanticipated death of long time constable’s deputy

SALT LAKE CITY — An Emery County deputy passed away all of a sudden Monday early morning after an almost three-decade profession with the constable’s workplace.

The death of Jeff Weber, 51, was because of a mix of continuous medical conditions and a brief health problem, the constable’s workplace composed in a Facebook post.

The post explains Weber as a “really bigger than life” associate who might normally be discovered in the weight space at work on his day of rests.

“He had an eager understanding of the law, was constantly ready to step up and assist his colleagues, and was committed to serving and safeguarding the people of Emery County for over 28 years,” the constable’s workplace composed.

Weber started his profession with Emery County as a corrections officer at the prison in 1991. Given That 1996, he had actually worked as a patrol deputy.

Prior to signing up with the Emery County Constable’s Workplace, Weber operated at the Central Utah Reformatory.