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Hudson ISD Officer Dies at Elementary School Campus

The Hudson community is grappling with the loss of a dedicated law enforcement officer, Officer Bryan Holley, who tragically passed away during a medical emergency. The Hudson Volunteer Fire Department responded to a distress call at Bonner Elementary School on Friday afternoon, where they discovered Officer Holley in need of assistance. Despite their efforts, he did not survive the medical incident. The exact cause of his death has not been disclosed.

Officer Holley was an esteemed member of the Hudson Fire Department, renowned for his commitment to going above and beyond the call of duty. He often extended his help to emergencies and accidents beyond his prescribed responsibilities. Colleagues remember him for his warm smile and his dedication to safeguarding the community. Holley's career spanned an impressive 31 years in law enforcement, beginning in 1992 as a deputy constable. He garnered the affection and respect of the Hudson ISD students, staff, and the wider community during his tenure.

The Hudson Fire Department expressed their grief in a heartfelt statement. "Officer Bryan Holley was a valuable and loved partner of the Hudson Fire Department. He passed away in the performance of his duties, protecting our children day in and day out. His commitment to safeguarding the community extended beyond his required responsibilities. He was a true friend and protector, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of everyone he touched."

Angelina County Judge Keith Wright paid tribute to Officer Holley's service by signing a proclamation on August 19. As a mark of respect for Holley's dedication, all flags at county facilities will be flown at half-mast until August 28.

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