x
Breaking News
More () »

Williamson County mourns sudden death of Pct. 3 Constable Kevin Stofle

Stofle served almost nine years in the position and died at 62 years old.
Credit: Williamson County

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — Williamson County is mourning the sudden loss of Pct. 3 Constable Kevin Stofle, who died at the age of 62. 

Williamson County made the announcement on Monday. Stofle served more than 33 years in law enforcement and was appointed to serve as Williamson County Constable in 2013. 

“Kevin Stofle was one of the most honorable men I know. He was a man of integrity, truth, and character. He dedicated his life to serving others, which he did with courage and commitment. He was a role model for not only the deputies who served under him in the Pct. 3 Constable's Office, but those he taught or mentored along the way," Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said.

"More than a dedicated public servant, Kevin Stofle was a loyal son, brother, husband, and father," Gravell added. "He was completely devoted to his family. The best way that we can honor the life of Kevin Stofle is to give his family time and space to grieve.”  

The constable's office will be closed this week to honor his passing. Officials did not disclose Stofle's cause of death.

PEOPLE ARE ALSO READING:

'No other choice but to cancel' | Michael Bublé calls off Austin performance due to venue disagreement

7.3% of Austin-Travis County deaths between Jan. 1 and Sept. 10 were fully vaccinated people

VERIFY: Yes, USPS workers will be required to get vaccinated, but not under executive order for federal workers