Deputy Sheriff George Clifford Griffin, Sr.

Deputy Sheriff George Clifford Griffin, Sr.

White County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas

End of Watch Tuesday, June 21, 2005

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George Clifford Griffin, Sr.

Deputy George Griffin succumbed to injuries sustained five days earlier when his patrol car collided with another automobile as he responded to assist another deputy.

He had his emergency equipment activated when he entered the intersection of Booth Road and South Main Street in Searcy. His patrol car collided with another vehicle in the intersection and then struck a utility pole.

He was flown to the University of Arkansas Medical School, in Little Rock. Deputy Griffin never regained consciousness.

Deputy Griffin had served with the White County Sheriff's Department for 2 years, and had previously served with the Kensett Police Department, and Judsonia Police Department. He is survived by his wife, son, three daughters, and six grandchildren.


  • Age 48
  • Tour Not available
  • Badge 1019

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash
  • Incident Date Friday, June 17, 2005

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Dad it's been forever since I have wrote on here We just post on Facebook mainly! As you know I now have 6 grandbabies the same as you had when she took you away from us!! I tell them daily if your Papa was here no one would be able too stand yall cause he would have yall beyond ROTTEN! The kids just think they are spoiled now lol I would love for you to be here so they could know you! Not a day goes by that your not talked about you was the glue that kept us all together You are missed beyond Measure! Keep watching over us all but especially your boys that put that uniform everyday to continue making you proud by serving and protecting I am Proud of all 4 of my brothers that still chose to follow your Dreams but oh how I would love for them too have chosen a different job it's just not the same for our law enforcement as it was 20 years ago So Please dad keep Patrolling with them and bringing them home to us each and ever shift! I know your proud of Amber as she is your only daughter that stayed wearing a badge she is trying her best too make a huge impact on the young that have got off on the wrong start be with her and keep giving her your patience and advise!!! We Love you always and forever our Hero

Christy Grow

March 27, 2021

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