CINCINNATI (FOX19) - The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Jim Neil have finalized the funeral procession route for Cpl. Deputy Adam McMillan.
McMillan, 42, suffered serious head trauma when his cruiser crashed into an oncoming Metro bus in Anderson Township on Oct. 8. He had been in a coma but passed away on Oct. 23 with his family and friends by his side, according to Neil.
Public visitation for Corporal McMillan was held on Friday at Spring Grove Funeral Homes.
A private funeral service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 10 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., also at Spring Grove.
The funeral will contain reflections on McMillan’s life from fellow officers and friends including Deputy Jason Hovekamp and Sheriff Jim Neil. A bagpipe processional will conclude the funeral service.
After the service, law enforcement agencies will participate in a funeral procession.
Here is the route of the procession:
- Will exit Spring Grove Funeral Homes and travel north on Winton Road (Winton Road will be closed from Crawford to Winton for the duration of the funeral service activity)
- Left on westbound North Bend Road
- Right onto northbound Hamilton Avenue proceeding through College Hill and North College Hill
- Left onto Compton Road into Arlington Memorial Gardens Cemetery
Corporal McMillan will be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens at 2145 Compton Road in Cincinnati.
A graveside service will feature the playing of “Taps” and a 21-gun salute. Pipes will conclude by playing “Amazing Grace.”
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