Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Traffic Detours Today in Sterling for Funeral Procession

The Loudoun Sheriff’s Office is assisting Loudoun County Fire and Rescue with a funeral procession for Sterling resident and retired Battalion Fire Chief in the District of Columbia Fire Department Alan W. Dutton today, Tuesday, December 14.

The funeral procession will travel from Sterling United Methodist Church (304 East Church Road) to Sterling Cemetery. The section of Church Road in front of the Sterling Methodist Church will be closed from 12:30 p.m. Tuesday until after the service. Residents living in the affected area will be allowed to pass through this area.

Limited parking at the cemetery makes it necessary to close Church Road to all vehicle traffic from Magnolia Road to Cascades Parkway. Traffic will be detoured from these intersections to alternate routes via Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office signboards.

All traffic coming onto Church Road heading toward Cascades Parkway will be instructed to turn right on Cascades Parkway and follow detour instructions delivered via a signboard.

Traffic approaching from Church Road at Magnolia Road will travel on Magnolia Road to Blossom Road or Atlantic Boulevard.

Alan became a junior firefighter at the Sterling Park Volunteer Fire Department in 1969. He was appointed to the District of Columbia Fire Department on February 27, 1977. He moved from Sterling Park to Aldie, Va. in 1979, where he became a member of the Aldie Volunteer Fire Department until 1994 when he moved back to Sterling, Va. Alan, a life-member of the Sterling Volunteer Fire Department, retired as a Battalion Fire Chief in the District of Columbia Fire Department on November 21, 2009.

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