MAP: Funeral procession through San Marcos for officer Kenneth Copeland planned Wednesday morning

Funeral services have been announced for fallen San Marcos police officer Kenneth Copeland.

Funeral services have been announced for fallen San Marcos police officer Kenneth Copeland.

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The funeral procession for Officer Kenneth Copeland, who was shot and killed last week in San Marcos while serving a warrant, will leave Thomason Funeral Home at 8 a.m. Wednesday and head to the funeral services in San Antonio. The public may pay their respects along the route.

The procession will travel to the funeral services via old RR 12 to Wonder World Drive, then on to South I-35.

The procession is limited to city of San Marcos emergency response vehicles and pre-determined assist units. All other agencies are asked to pay their respects along the route and/or meet at the church. Overpasses along the route are recommended for these purposes.

Funeral services will be held at Community Bible Church, 2477 TX Loop 1604, San Antonio, on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Internment ceremonies will follow immediately on the church grounds.



Original post: Funeral services announced for fallen San Marcos police officer Kenneth Copeland
Funeral arrangements and donation information have been announced for San Marcos police officer Kenneth Copeland, who was shot and killed Monday while serving a warrant in the El Camino Real neighborhood.

Copeland's body was escorted from the Travis County Medical Examiner's Office to Thomason Funeral Home yesterday.

He served as a San Marcos police officer for nearly 20 years.

Visitation will be Tuesday at Thomason Funeral Home, 2001 Old RR 12, San Marcos. The public is welcome from 2-10 p.m.

Funeral services will be held at Community Bible Church, 2477 TX Loop 1604, San Antonio, at 11 a.m. Wednesday. Interment will follow immediately on the church grounds.

For direct donations to the family:

  • Checks can be made out payable to the San Marcos Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association, with “Ken Copeland” in the memo line.

  • Checks and cash can be dropped off or mailed to the San Marcos Police Department, Attn. Brenda Pisana, 2300 S. IH-35, San Marcos.


For donations in honor of Ken Copeland:

  • Blue Santa: Make checks payable to the San Marcos Police Department, writing “Copeland Blue Santa” in the memo line of the check. Checks and cash can be dropped off or mailed to the San Marcos Police Department, Attn. Brenda Pisana, 2300 S. IH-35, San Marcos.



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