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Deputy Sheriff John Nicholas Wiberg, II | Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Nevada Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Nevada

Deputy Sheriff

John Nicholas Wiberg, II

Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Nevada

End of Watch: Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 38

Tour: 14 years

Badge # 825

Cause: Automobile accident

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Deputy Wiberg was killed in an automobile accident while responding to an armed robbery call at a casino in Lemon Valley at 0200 hours.

He was responding on U.S. 395 when his patrol car went out of control on the wet pavement. The patrol car crossed into oncoming lanes and collided with another vehicle. Deputy Wiberg was extricated from the wreckage and transported to the Washoe Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

Deputy Wiberg had served with the Washoe County Sheriff's Office for 14 years. During his tour with the agency, he had received the agency's Lifesaving Award and Bronze Star. He is survived by his wife and four daughters.

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A cowboys life is hard and sometimes short it seems
Our Champions are taken to soon, along with our heart and dreams.

After endless hours, when the practicen' complete
the Lord takes our cowboy by the hand
to another rodeo to compete

You can bet your bottom dollar, that some of the best will show
with their riggins and ropes saddled up to go

Because there is a rodeo, beyond all rodeo's
Richer than our wildest dreams
bigger than Reno and Calgary
open to all ages it seems

It's a Rodeo big in size, with fairgrounds fair and wide.With the meanest of all broncs and bulls
Sure to make the wildest of rides

In this rodeo the sky's the limit
And the Lord is always by your side
you see, the rodeo is in Heaven
and the Lord is your only guide

When our cowboy's are taken from us
and we dont quite understand why
we must always remember this
there is a rodeo in the sky!

~miss my cowboy's~

May 12, 2014


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