In Memory of Corporal Kevin Aigner

Many of you will recognize Corporal Kevin Aigner’s familiar face.  He worked off duty for the MUD patrolling our parks on weekends and during special events.  An outstanding officer, he was an even greater human being.  Kevin was a kind, caring man who showed concern for everyone he met.  He served with the Travis County Constable’s Office and helped get the Explorer Post off the ground almost two years ago.  Allison Scott, 17, Lieutenant for Explorer Post 711, had this to say about “Aigner”, “In the 18 months or so that I have worked with the Constables Office as an Explorer, I have met some amazing people.  Corporal Kevin Aigner exemplified that, whether it was the way he cared about everyone he met, or the way he worked until the job was done.  My favorite thing about him was his smile.  I’m not known for my jokes, but he’d always laugh or at least smile.  The world is a better place for having him, and I’m a better person for having known him.”  This pretty much sums it up for all of us who knew Kevin.  We will miss your smile.  Peace be with you.

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  1. Thank you all, Kevin was a co-worker and best friend and I appreciate all the respect and support we have received from not only Wells Branch Staff but members of the community too. Kevin and I always enjoyed sharing the funny stories of all the things we found or things we’d catch people doing on our hike and bike trails in Wells Branch. He will be greatly missed and this is not only a loss of a friend to me, but to his Wife, four kids and to our Wells Branch community as well. Thank you Kevin for serving our Wells Branch community so well..
    Friend and Co-worker
    Kevin Ward, Sr Deputy/FTO
    Travis County Constables

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