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WSP Trooper Christopher Gadd memorial service, procession details

EVERETT—The procession and memorial services for fallen Washington State Patrol (WSP) Trooper Christopher M. Gadd #927 have been finalized, with the events taking place on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, in Everett, Wash. Trooper Gadd will be afforded full formal law enforcement honors, with the public ceremony being viewable by local news stations and on the WSP YouTube Channel.

Gadd memorial
The makeshift memorial for Trooper Chris Gadd at District 7 Marysville Headquarters Office. SOURCE: WSP

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TROOPER GADD
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2024
Ceremony time: 1 p.m. The memorial service is open to the public, with doors opening to the Angel of the Winds Arena at noon. The arena is located at 2000 Hewitt Ave, Everett.

Memorial Video Information: There will be a 9 minute, 55 second memorial video will not be aired on the live stream during the ceremony per the family’s request. The cameras streaming during the event will focus on stationary items on the stage during the duration of the video.

PROCESSION
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2024
Departure time: 11 a.m. (estimated)

Procession route: The ceremonial procession will begin at the Tulalip Resort and Casino and end at the Angel of the Winds Arena ahead of the 1 p.m. memorial service. All times are tentative and subject to change due to logistics and/or traffic. There are expected to be law enforcement marine units in the bay along Marine View Drive as the procession moves past.

  • START at Tulalip Resort Casino gravel parking lot (27th Avenue / George S. Williams Senior
    Avenue Northeast)
  • Merge onto southbound Interstate 5 from 88th Street / Quil Ceda Way
  • Exit Interstate 5 at Exit #194 (Everett Avenue)
  • Stay right at Everett Avenue City Center
  • Turn right onto Everett Avenue
  • Turn right on Broadway
  • Exit onto Marine View Drive
  • Left on East Marine View Drive
  • Left on Hewett
  • ARRIVE at Angel of the Winds Arena

2 Responses

  1. To lay down your life for someone you don’t know, is the greatest example of love today! Thank you trouper Gadd. My prayers are with your family. I wish I could adopt them.

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