A memorial to celebrate the life of West Grey Police officer Constable Cory Trainor will be held in Durham this week.
Trainor, who was 28 years old, died from a self-inflicted injury on February 18th.
He was found in his cruiser on Sideroad 6 in Southgate Township.
There has been widespread mourning in the community in the wake of Trainor's death. In West Grey, flags have been flying at half-mast.
The West Grey Police Service has said the tragic loss is being felt throughout its close-knit community.
The celebration of life will be held at the Durham Community Centre at 1p.m. on Wednesday (Feb 26) and also at the Collins Clarke Funeral Home in Pointe-Claire, Quebec on Saturday, (Feb 29) with visitation from 10:00 to 12:00, chapel service from 12:00 to 1:00, followed by a reception.
In lieu of flowers, his family says donations to the Special Olympics Ontario or the SPCA in his memory are welcome.
A memorial service for Constable Cory Trainor will be held at the Durham Community Centre 451 Saddler St. W, Durham, ON N0G 1R0. The West Grey Police Service would like to extend an invitation to the public to attend this service.https://t.co/JanHPpDmJO— West Grey Police (@WestGreyPolice) February 24, 2020