On Wednesday, November 20th, Nacogdoches County in conjunction with the Texas Department of Transportation will have the unveiling of three highway memorial signs in dedication to Constable Darrell Edward Lunsford Sr.(pictured at right), Sergeant Tom Anderson Sitton (pictured in center), and Deputy Sheriff Raymond Bradley Jimmerson.


For Constable Lunsford, the unveiling will take place at 10:00 am at the Garrison city limit signs at the southern edge of the town on Highway 59. Dedication signs have been posted at the south and north ends of the Garrison city limits. A short ceremony will take place for the dedication of the signs. The inside lane of north bound highway 59 will be closed. TxDOT will provide lane closure for parking and law enforcement will provide traffic control for safety as well.

For Sergeant Sitton, the ceremony will take place at 1:00 pm at the 5300 block of Highway 21 West. Dedication signs have been placed in the 5300 block of Highway 21 West and near County Road 779 coming from Douglass. Everyone attending the event should meet at the Goyens Hill Baptist Church located at 4740 Highway 21 West. You will be shuttled by the Sheriff’s Office to the ceremony, which is just past the church. To ensure safety, we encourage all citizens to please park at the church. TxDOT and Law Enforcement will provide traffic control during the event.

For Deputy Jimmerson, the unveiling will take place at 3:00 pm on Highway 259, south of the Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 office (9300 block), on the North bound side. Dedication signs have been placed just before the JP 1 office, and near the Nacogdoches and Rusk County Line. TxDOT will provide lane closure for parking on the shoulder of Highway 259, and law enforcement will provide traffic control for safety as well.

 

The Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Department would like to thank the many people who came together to help make this possible, and to honor these fine men who served our County and our citizens of this great state with distinction and honor.  Thanks also goes out to the Texas Department of Transportation for making sure that the signs have been put up in a timely manner and for all their help in making this a reality.