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Published: Sunday, July 1 2012 5:14 p.m. MDT

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Hometown Boy
Anywhere, UT

My condolences to Aaron and his family. I wish his wife and children the best and hope that the pain will subside and they can receive comfort. The Beesley family is a great family. I enjoyed my time getting to know all of them as a child. May God bless and comfort.
Jared Barlow

IndeMak
South Jordan, UT

So sorry to hear. My father was a trooper and died in the line of duty 18 years ago while searching for a lost girl. It's tragic and I really feel horrible for the wife and family.

delasalle
Sandy, UT

RIP. My condolences to the family.

TripleCrown
Santa Ana, CA

Thank you for your service, Officer Beesley. May God bless and console your grieving family.

Shimlau
SAINT GEORGE, UT

Thank you officer Beesley, your devotion to others and duty will not be forgotten.

USMCer
POST FALLS, ID

Thank you for your service Trooper Beesley. You will be missed. God be with you till we meet again...

MMarchiano
Martinez, CA

I am a retired law enforcement officer in California and I had the honer and privileged of meeting Arron when he was a young missionary. He left a lasting impression on me. Even then his goal was to go into law enforcement in order to help people. I remember his enthusiasm, his contagious smile, his commitment, dedication and his integrity. Although my time with him was short he had a very solid and positive impact on my life and he truly validated what I believe law enforcement is all about. Reading about his career now just proves he lived up to all the expectations I had of him. My condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to his wife and children as well as his other family members, colleagues and friends. A man is often judged by the lives he has touched and Aaron touched so many in such a positive way......even as a youngster talking to an old veteran Cop in California.

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

Well done Officer Beesley. I am sorry to hear about this tragedy but it is obvious Officer Beesley was a fine citizen and trooper.

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