WATCH: Former ACP Donald Pusey laid to rest
A photograph of late retired Assistant Commissioner of Police Donald Pusey sits beside the casket with his remains at a thanksgiving service celebrating his life at the Boulevard Baptist Church in St Andrew on Saturday. (Photo: Llewellyn Wynter)

Late retired Assistant Commissioner of Police Donald Pusey was on Saturday remembered as the consummate professional who delivered service of the highest standards at his funeral held at the Boulevard Baptist Church in St Andrew.

Pusey died in hospital on May 1 after battling illness for sometime. He was 72.

The late crimefighter served the Jamaica Constabulary Force for 40 years before retiring on October 3, 2011.

Videographer Llewellyn Wynter shares highlights from the thanksgiving service in the video below.

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